Sponsorship of the Arts Grant
Due Nov. 1, 2019
Quick overview of the Sponsorship of the Arts Grant:
• Only schools and 501(c)3 nonprofits are eligible.
• Funds are intended to benefit K-12 students in Vanderburgh County.
• Grants available up to $5,000.
• Available for development or advancement of arts opportunities and experiences for students.
• Applications are due by Nov. 1, 2019.
If you have any questions, please email Anne McKim at [email protected]
or call 812-303-3178.
Sponsorship of the Arts Grant Recipients and Programs in 2019
||Creating a Creative and Engaging Classroom
||Funding requested to purchase art supplies for the AIS Diamond Avenue middle school art program.
|Children’s Center for Dance Education
||Tap, Tumble, and Twirl
||Funding requested for supplies and materials needed for the creation of a dance studio at Carver Community Organization. CCDE will give lessons to 31 preschool aged children, but the space will be available for art/dance/and movement programs for all youth served by Carver.
|Children’s Center for Dance Education
||Alvin Ailey and Art
||Funding requested to send 20 Joshua Academy students to an Alvin Ailey performance in Bloomington, Indiana.
||Fine Arts Technology Integration in Middle School
||Funding requested to purchase 5 iPads and additional apps to be used in fine arts classes in the school.
|Evansville Ballet Theater
||Dance Program at the Boys and Girls Club
||Funding requested to support collaborative projects with the Boys and Girls Club and Mattingly Charities to bring dance education to underserved and special-needs children.
|Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library
||Southside Stars Music Group
||Funding requested to purchase instruments for use in the Southside Stars Music Program.
|Navigators USA, Chapter 111
||Navigating the Arts
||Funding requested to implement an arts program for the scouts of Evansville-based Navigators scouting groups.
|North High School
||Enriching Opportunities at North High School
||Funding requested to purchase supplementary supplies and materials in order to introduce new media and techniques to art students, including raku firing, varying printmaking processes, silkscreen process on clay, rice paper transfers on clay, digital photography and graphic design.
||Spring Semester 2019 Arts and Smarts Program
||Funding requested to support arts activities during Patchwork’s 4 day a week afterschool arts and education program, targeted at neighborhood and underserved children.
|St. Vincent Early Learning Center
||Engaging Children Through Music with Natural Outdoor Classrooms
||Funding requested for development of a music program in new outdoor music and movement classrooms.
|The DaVinci Institute
||DaVinci Partnership: Young People’s Concert Enrichment Experience
||Funding requested to purchase supplies for the “Concert Enrichment Experience,” to provide substitute teachers for the day, and to rent the Children’s Museum of Evansville facilities for the project.
|The Jacob Ball Wish Fund
||The Jacob Ball Wish Fund
||Funding requested to support a theater production raising money for the Jacob Ball wish fund. Money raised is used to purchase materials and equipment requested by teachers or caregivers for their work with special needs children.
|University of Evansville Theater
||ARTSWIN/UE Twelfth Night Matinee
||Funding requested to provide 500 discounted tickets to area students for the matinee production of “Twelfth Night.”
|Vogel Elementary School
||After School Art
||Funding requested to create an after-school art club for K-6th grade students at Vogel Elementary School. Funds will be used for art supplies and will increase arts exposure for participating students from 20 to 30 minutes/week to over 2 hours/week.
||Funding requested for art supplies to be used by LiveYers in a positive self-esteem and self-image program.
||Hands Are Not for Hitting
||Funding requested for art supplies to be used by LiveYers in a violence prevention program.
||Down on the Farm
||Funding requested for art supplies to be used by LiveYers for creative reflection following a farm visit.
| Total award from the Arts Council to 17 progams