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Art Works: Arts Education

  

Sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts

Website:http://arts.gov/grants-organizations/art-works/arts-education
Contact:National Endowment for the Arts
400 7th St. SW
Washington, DC 20506

Phone: 202.682.5400


For dance, music, and opera applicants:
Denise Brandenburg, Arts Education Specialist
Phone: 202.682.5044
Email: brandenburg@arts.gov


For literature and theater applicants:
Nancy Daugherty, Arts Education Specialist
Phone: 202.682.5521
Email: daughern@arts.gov


For folk and traditional arts, local arts agencies, presenting and multidisciplinary works, design, media arts, and visual arts applicants:
Latika Edwards, Arts Education Specialist
Phone: 202.682.5704
Email: edwardsl@arts.gov
Description:The National Endowment for the Artsí (NEA) vision for Arts Education is that every student is engaged and empowered through an excellent arts education. Arts Education funding is focused on students. Projects are for prekindergarten through grade 12 students, the educators and artists who support them, and the schools and communities that serve them. Applicants should consider what role their proposed project plays within this system, and how their project impacts students. Funded projects utilize and test innovative strategies, or scale up proven methodologies, for increasing access to arts education for more students.

Three types of projects are supported: direct learning grants to increase student knowledge and skills in the arts; professional development grants to deepen knowledge and strengthen the practice of educators or artists who engage students in arts learning; and collective impact grants to ensure that all students across entire schools, school districts, or states and in communities of all sizes, participate in the arts over time.

Projects in all artistic disciplines are accepted at both deadlines. Apply under the deadline with the project example that most closely corresponds to the primary focus of the proposed project. Grants require a nonfederal match of 1-to-1.
Eligibility:Public, Other (including homeschool, 501 (c)(3) organizations), Charter
Award(s):Awards range from $10,000 to $100,000.
Deadline(s):Applications are due February 16 and July 13, 2017.
Focus:Community Involvement, Technology Ed
Grade Level(s):6-8, 9-12, Adult, 3-5, K-2, PreK
Content Area(s): Arts
State(s):National
 
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