Grant Opportunities

The California Arts Council is holding a Guideline Workshop

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for the Creating Places of Vitality grant Program (formerly Creating Public Value)

Deadline is March 1, 2013

 

The Creating Places of Vitality (CPV) Program is rooted in the California Arts Council’s (CAC) vision to create a state where arts and culture are viewed by residents and policymakers alike as not just important, but indispensable to the individual’s quality of life, to healthy communities, and to state and local economies. The arts offer opportunities to encourage creative innovation and to engage in meaningful cultural activities that can transform neighborhoods and communities to create a distinct sense of place.

 

CPV supports small arts organizations in rural and underserved communities. Utilizing one of CPV’s partnership goals, the applicant is expected to propose a project that can best be accomplished with a primary partner (and additional partners if needed) to bring vitality and a sense of place to an identified target community. The CPV goals are:

 

  • Foster Attractive and Livable Neighborhoods and Communities.
  • Encourage Economic and Community Development.
  • Provide Greater Access to the Arts for Individuals, Families and Communities.
  • Support Safe, Creative Opportunities for Youth.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Small arts organizations must be based in and serving rural or underserved communities.
  • Arts organizations must have had continuous arts programming for the last two years.
  • Non-arts organizations must have an arts component comprising at least 50% of their budget.

 

Access CPV guidelines and application here.

 

Find out more! 

 

The California Arts Council thanks the Latino Arts Network for hosting this informative session.

 

WHERE:                   La Raza Galería Posada

                                   2700 Front St.

                                   Sacramento, CA 95818

                                   Ample free parking

 

WHEN:                    Saturday, January 26, 2013

 

TIME:                        9:30 am – 12 noon

 

Space is limited. Please RSVP to larazagaleria@gmail.com