The Arts Center of the Capital Region offers grant opportunities
individual artists and arts organizations.
The 2015 DEC Grants process for individual artists, artists in schools and arts organizations IS OPEN!
Please note that the process has changed. All applications will now be submitted online and will be subject to completion of an Intent to Apply registration. Any new and returning applicant will only be sent the online submission link if they complete a successful Intent to Apply registration.
You must register your Intent to Apply by October 31st, 2014 deadline, and ALL new applicants MUST have attended a Grant Seminar.
DEADLINE FOR INTENT TO APPLY IS OCTOBER 31st!
NEW applicants must also register for an informative Grant Seminar to explain the process to you, and to assist you in submitting a successful application. NEW applicants MUST register for a seminar and note the date registered on their Intent to Apply registration. Returning applicants may sign up for Grant Seminar if they desire, but please make sure to read and review all information carefully if you do not register for a seminar.
DEADLINE FOR FINAL APPLICATIONS IS 12/1/2014 for the 2015 grant cycle
To repeat: Grant Seminars are now only required for NEW applicants.
You can register online for all seminars now. Click here to register for a Grant Seminar.
Application Intensive Workshops are available if you do not have access to a computer. Click here to register for an Application Intensive Workshop
.For information on grants for individual artists, please click here.
For information on grants for artists in schools, please click here.
For information on grants for organizations, please click here.
For more information and technical assistance with grants, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the Grant Coordinators listed on your application.
2014 Grant Recipients
The Arts Center of the Capital Region is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 Community Arts, Arts in Education, and Individual Artist DEC Grants. Each year The Arts Center delivers grants to over thirty individual artists and non-profit organizations to create high quality arts and culture programs that engage the communities within Albany, Rensselaer and Schenectady Counties.
This year’s awards total nearly $80,000. The Arts Center is proud to be able to provide this valuable resource through a partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) re-grant program. The winners will utilize funding to grow professionally and to enhance the cultural climate in communities and neighborhoods in our region.
|440 State Street (ElectriCity Arts District)|
|Albany Area Senior Orchestra|
|Albany Barn, Inc|
|Altamont Free Library|
|Center for Disability Services|
|East Greenbush Community Library|
|Electronic Body Arts, Inc.|
|Grafton Community Library|
|Hamilton Hill Arts Center|
|Hindu Temple Society of Capital District|
|Holding Our Own|
|Independent Living Center|
|Nassau Free Library|
|Ne’imah Jewish Community Chorus|
|Our Own Productions|
|Pallavi of the Capital District|
|Rising Action Interactive Theater Group|
|Robert & Dorothy Ludwig Jewish Community Center of Schenectady|
|Schenectady County Community College Foundation, Inc.|
|Sunnyview Hospital and Rehabilitation Center Foundation|
|Troy Children’s Chorus at First United Presbyterian Church|
|Troy Public Library|
|Upstate Artist Guild, Inc.|
|Arts in Education|
|Tech Valley High School Foundation|
|Civil Chest, Inc.|
|Castleton Elementary School P.T.O.|
|Mary Kate McCarty|
|Sa’eed Sharif Torres|