Guide to Getting Arts Grants by Ellen Liberatori

Guide to Getting Arts Grants by Ellen Liberatori

Author:Ellen Liberatori
Format: epub
Publisher: Allworth Press / Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. (Perseus)

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1. The Twin Cities portion of the program requires that applicants reside in the eleven-county metropolitan area at the time of application and have lived in Minnesota at least one year prior to the application deadline. Counties include Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Washington, Wright, Sherburne, Isanti, and Chisago. The New York City and Greater Minnesota portions of the program require that applicants currently reside in the five boroughs of New York City or Greater Minnesota and have lived in those areas for at least one year prior to the application deadline.

2. Applicants must be emerging creative artists.

3. Applicants must complete the cover sheet and comply with all application requirements. Fax and e-mail submissions are not permitted. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

4. Applicants may apply to only one discipline area and may submit no more than one proposal. Multidisciplinary artists should submit to the discipline area most closely aligned with their work. All panels will be prepared to review proposals that cross disciplines. If a proposal is declined, the applicant may submit the same request only one additional time in a subsequent year.

5. In order to be eligible for another grant, previous grant recipients must have completed and filed a final report on their trip. Individuals may not receive grants in consecutive years.

6. This program supports individuals, not organizations. Multiple-person partnerships may apply on one application form if the monies requested do not exceed $5,000.

7. Students in K-12 educational programs are not eligible for Jerome Foundation support. In general, individuals enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs are not eligible, with one exception. If an artist enrolls in an undergraduate or graduate degree program or takes classes while maintaining a current and active professional practice of creating and presenting work to the public, she/he is eligible.



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