Foundation / Corporation
North Carolina Humanities Council
09/16/21 11:59 PM
Grants of up to $3,500 to North Carolina nonprofit organizations for public humanities programs. Funding is intended to support a broad range of projects and activities such as workshops, presentations, exhibitions, and lecture series that involve a team of community leaders and humanities scholars. The Council encourages programs which serve educators, veterans, and underserved communities in the State. Projects are expected to connect the public to quality humanities scholarship through programs that respond to community interest, encourage dialogue, and stimulate audiences to think critically about a broad range of humanities topics.
Projects must be deeply grounded in the humanities disciplines, which include:
Activities funded by North Carolina Humanities Council grants should be open to the public and free or low cost.
All proposals must:
Projects that focus on art history/criticism/theory (e.g. a lecture/discussion program in which a qualified humanities scholar explores artistic themes and helps put work in a larger social/historical context) are eligible.
Typical expenses include: Scholar stipends, scholar travel/meals/lodging, publicity, exhibit fabrication, and certain other expenses connected with a project of limited scope. For a detailed list of eligible expenses and projects, see http://www.nchumanities.org/sites/default/files/documents/Grant%20Guidelines%202021.pdf#page=7 and http://www.nchumanities.org/sites/default/files/documents/Grant%20Guidelines%202021.pdf#page=14.
GrantWatch ID#: 184852
The Community Engagement grant funding opportunity provides up to $3,500 to cultural organizations.
To be eligible for consideration, projects must begin at least eight weeks after the submission deadline.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online application portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=nchumanities
For questions, contact:
Caitlin Patton Stanley
Director of Programs and Operations
North Carolina Humanities Council
320 East 9th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
USA: North Carolina
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