The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana’s 2022-2023 Sponsorship of the Arts grant application is live now. The grants are for the development or advancement of arts opportunities and experiences for K-12 students in Vanderburgh County.
Grant specifics are available in the application form here. You can see what organizations and projects received grant funding in 2021 in the table below. The Arts Council awarded nearly $44,000 to projects in 2021.
Here’s a quick overview of the Sponsorship of the Arts Grant.
- Funds are for projects and programs between Aug. 1, 2022 and July 31, 2023.
- Only schools and 501(c)3 nonprofits are eligible. Private organizations can partner with a school or nonprofit for their project.
- 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 June 17, 2022.
If you have any questions, please email Anne McKim at [email protected] or call 812-303-3178.
CLICK HERE FOR THE SPONSORSHIP OF THE ARTS GRANT APPLICATION
Sponsorship of the Arts Grant Recipients and Programs in 2021
|AIS Diamond Middle School||The Dream Art Atmosphere|
|Children’s Center for Dance Education||Joshua Academy Dance Floor|
|Culver Family Learning Center||Culver Family Learning Art Show|
|Evansville Lutheran School||Student Gallery|
|Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra||Before There Was Mozart|
|F.J. Reitz High School Department of Theatre||Reitz Theatre’s Bright Future|
|Highland Elementary School||Full STEAM Ahead- Collaborative Courtyard STEAM Project|
|Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville (cMoe)||cMoe’s Artist-in-Residence Program|
|McGary Middle School Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation||Glimpses of the Galaxy|
|Memorial Community Development Corp||“Fit for Play” Phase 2: Music & Motion|
|North High School||All Things Glowforge!|
|University of Evansville||UE Music Conservatory Music Fundamentals Class for EVSC Students|
|Washington Middle School/Twymon Art Gallery||Path to Education Mural|
|William Henry Harrison High School||Acrylic Painting Unit|