Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs Regional Regranting Program - Oakland County Region 2
Oakland County Arts, Culture & Film is the local administrator of the Minigrant program, which awards grants of up to $4,000 to Michigan nonprofit organizations for high quality, locally developed projects that increase public access to art and professional development.
Grant Program Dates
- Grant Period: January 1 - September 30, 2014
- Application Deadline: Submitted on-line by 11:59 p.m. October 15, 2013
This is the only funding round for Fiscal Year 2014
- Award Notification: Late-December, 2013
Arts Project: grant provides up to $4,000 for locally developed, high quality arts and cultural projects. There are special opportunities to address local arts and cultural needs as well as increasing public access to arts and culture. Minigrants support a broad range of artistic expression from all cultures through projects which preserve, produce or present traditional or contemporary arts and culture and/or arts education.
- Organizations applying through Oakland County Arts, Culture & Film must be from Oakland County
- Applicants may be arts or non-arts nonprofit organizations, public or private schools, cities, townships or villages.
- Arts Projects applicants may request a maximum of $4,000. Grants awarded must not exceed 50% of the total project costs. A 1:1 cash/in-kind match is required
- Minigrant Project Guidelines (file size 605k)
New Grant Opportunity - Professional and Organizational Development (POD): grants that provide up to $1,500 to assist arts organizations, arts professionals and artists with unique experiences that are directly related to career or organizational development.
- Proposals cannot be geared toward the creation of a specific art project, but must clearly demonstrate how the proposal will benefit the organization or individual long-term
- Grants awarded must not exceed 75% of total project cost up to $1,500. A 25% cash or in-kind match is required
- Minigrant POD Guidelines (file size 548k)
Grantee Forms and Logos
The Regional Regranting Program is funded by the state through the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and administered by 19 regional regranting agencies across the state.
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