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United States: 2021 Arts and Artifacts International Indemnity Program

United States: 2021 Arts and Artifacts International Indemnity Program

Deadline: 15-Mar-21

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has launched the 2021 Arts and Artifacts International Indemnity Program.

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The Indemnity Program was created by Congress in 1975 for the purpose of minimizing the costs of insuring international exhibitions. In 2007 Congress expanded eligibility under the Program to include coverage for works of art owned by U.S. entities while on exhibition in the United States.

Funding Information

The Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act allows coverage for a single exhibition up to $1,800,000,000. The total dollar amount of indemnity agreements which can be in effect at any one time is $15 billion. The Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act provides for a deductible per exhibition of the first:

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$15,000 for up to $2 million in indemnified value;
$25,000 for more than $2 million but less than $10 million in indemnified value;
$50,000 for not less than $10 million but less than $125 million in indemnified value;
$100,000 for not less than $125 million but less than $200 million in indemnified value;
$200,000 for not less than $200 million but less than $300 million in indemnified value;
$300,000 for not less than $300 million but less than $400 million in indemnified value;
$400,000 for not less than $400 million but less than $500 million in indemnified value;
$500,000 for $500 million or more in indemnified value.
Eligible Object

Eligible objects include works of art, artifacts or objects, rare documents, books and other printed materials, photographs, films, and electronic materials. Such objects must have educational, cultural, historical, or scientific value, and the exhibition must be certified by the Secretary of State’s designee as being in the national interest.
Eligibility Criteria

The Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act (P.L. 94-l58) authorizes the Federal Council to make indemnity agreements with U.S. nonprofit tax-exempt organizations and governmental units for:

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Eligible objects from outside the United States while on exhibition in the United States.
Eligible objects from the United States while on exhibition outside the United States, preferably when part of an exchange of exhibitions.
Eligible objects from the United States while on exhibition in the United States if the exhibition includes other eligible items from outside the United States which are integral to the exhibition as a whole.
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=329692

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