Applications are reviewed for eligibility by staff and evaluated and ranked by review panelists using the criteria listed below.
The applicant explains the level of significance the project has to community. Community can be interpreted a variety of ways – audience members, general public, seniors, youth, artist(s), etc.
- Who is the audience that your project intends to serve/benefit directly? (Select all that apply): Children, Teens, Adults, Older Adults, General public, Families
- Why is the project meaningful? (100 words)
- List and describe the artists and their role and participation in the project. (300 words)
The applicant has identified ways to be thoughtful in providing arts and cultural programs and services, particularly during COVID-19.
- Project Activity—Tell us what type of activities you will be doing in this project (Select all that apply): Festival, Exhibitions/Presentations (visual arts, media arts, design), Performances/readings, Art instruction (classes, demonstrations, lectures, and other instruction used to teach knowledge of and/or skills in the arts), Other (please specify)
- Highlight and explain in detail the primary project activities. (You may attach a current/past program or outline if you have one) (300 words)
- Upload project support materials (2-4 attachments and descriptions). Include samples of past and current work, past flyers, brochures, etc.
- Attach a detailed project budget
Logistics and Accessibility
The applicant explains how they will make the project available and successful for a diverse group of participants.
- What is your outreach and promotion plan? (300 words)
- How will you determine whether the project is successful? (300 words)
Other application questions/attachments
Project title, project summary, start and end dates, proposed location, amount requested