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ArtsWave: Young Professionals Grant Program 2021 – United States

ArtsWave: Young Professionals Grant Program 2021 – United States

Deadline: 2-Nov-20

ArtsWave YP grants provide both seed funding to support the development of new programming, as well as existing programming with demonstrated impact in engaging young professionals.

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Grants are made possible by the donations of young professionals to the 2020 ArtsWave Community Campaign.

The purpose of the ArtsWave Pride Grant Program is to promote, celebrate, and create inclusive arts experiences that may appeal to or have relevance to the broader LGBTQIA community. ArtWave Pride grants will provide funding for arts or cultural heritage projects that advance Cincinnati’s reputation as a welcoming and inclusive community through the arts.

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ArtsWave’s research on arts engagement in community revealed the power of the arts to attract, engage, and retain residents. Community members who reported a high level of arts engagement also showed high levels of civic engagement, reported a growing circle of friends, and had a higher opinion of the quality of life in Greater Cincinnati.

Funding Information

Grant awards will be given up to $15,000.
Eligible Requests

ArtsWave recognizes there is a lack of resources dedicated to programming specifically for young professionals. This grant program is designed to provide both seed funding to support the development of new programming, as well as short-term operating support for existing programming with a demonstrated impact. To be eligible for the FY2021 YP Grant Program, the proposed programming should:

Be participatory, social, and recurring;
Encourage personal investment in the organization and/or community;
Seek to increase engagement among young professionals who are already engaged;
Strive to reach young professionals that are not already engaged;
Have a plan for long-term sustainability;
Proposed programming must begin before February 1, 2021.
Who May Apply?

ArtsWave believes that strong arts create strong communities and actively seeks to promote access, equity, and inclusiveness in its grantmaking. To be eligible for the FY2021 Young Professionals Grant Program, an organization must meet all the following requirements:

Have a 501(c)3 tax status or be non-profit in nature with an established fiscal agent.
Be based in the Cincinnati-Middletown, OH-KY-IN MSA, which includes the following counties: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties in Ohio; Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, and Pendleton Counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn, Ohio, and Union Counties in Indiana.
Have a primary mission to provide programs or activities in areas directly concerned with arts or cultural heritage for the general public.
Does not currently have an active Young Professionals Grant with ArtsWave and has successfully completed all previous Young Professionals grant requirements.
Embody ArtsWave’s commitment to access, equity, and inclusiveness.
For more information, visit https://www.artswave.org/apply-for-funding

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