Utah Arts & Museums offers several grant opportunities for communities, local arts agencies and municipalities. The chart below provides information on grant offerings:
|GRANT OPPORTUNITIES||BASIC INFORMATION||APPLICATION GUIDELINES||FUNDING REQUEST||DEADLINE|
|Arts Education Artist-in-Residence Grants||Provide schools and nonprofit organizations
with an artist for a
|Click here||$700 to
|March 10, 2014 for FY15*|
|Arts Education Project Grants||Provide for a comprehensive arts education project utilizing the services of artists or artistic companies||Click here||$1,000 to $10,000||March 10, 2014 for FY15*|
|Arts Project Grants||Funding for one-time arts-related projects||Click here||$500 to $2,000||May 30, 2014 and October 31, 2014 for FY15*|
|Folk Arts Project Grants||Designed to assist individual artists and cultural communities in developing, perpetuating or presenting their traditional art forms||Apply under Arts Project Grant||$500 to $2,000||May 30, 2014 and October 31, 2014 for FY15*|
|Local Arts Agency Grants||Annual panel-reviewed competitive operations grants for local arts agencies and municipalities||Click here||Maximum of $15,000||June 14, 2014 for FY15*|
*Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) runs from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. Deadlines are subject to change.
Applying for Grants?
Visit uamgrants.org to access your online application. Please make sure to view the grant guidelines prior to starting your online application to ensure eligibility.
We require all applicants to have a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, a unique nine-digit identification number provided by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and required for all applicants for federal grants and cooperative agreements. DUNS numbers are required for our regional and federal reports and help us track Utah’s creative vitality. Obtaining a DUNS number is absolutely free for all entities securing the number to apply for grants. In any correspondence with D&B, be sure to identify yourself as a grant applicant. For a tutorial on applying for a DUNS number, click HERE.
Grant Budget Forms
Please download the appropriate budget form when applying for Utah Arts & Museums grants.
Successful applicants must submit a final report to Utah Arts & Museums no later than August 1. To access the final report, log in to the online grants portal at uamgrants.org, select “update,” and click on the document icon to the far right of the grant name. Please use the online final report form if at all possible, though downloadable forms are available here as a back-up:
The submitted final report will be considered by the panel as part of your next application.
Other Funding Opportunities
National Endowment for the Arts
To research opportunities available from the NEA, please click HERE.
National Parks Service
To research opportunities available from the Parks Service, please click HERE.
Institute of Museum and Library Services
To research opportunities available from IMLS, please click HERE.
National Endowment for the Humanities
To research opportunities available from NEH, please click HERE.
Creative Communities is not currently funded by the Utah Legislature.
The Creative Communities Initiative supports innovative connections between culture, art, community building, civic engagement, community planning and use of public space for enhancement of economic opportunities and quality of life in Utah’s communities.
These grants serve as catalysts for innovative community partnerships and civic dialogue on creative economic development and provide matching funds to implement projects to that end. A unique aspect of the program is the leadership-driven component. Project leaders are trained with facilitation skills to create civic dialogue and leverage critical support from the community. After the project is completed, these leaders continue to be a valuable professional resource for the community. Contact Wendi Hassan for more information about the Creative Communities Initiative.
Contact Laurel Cannon Alder, Grants Manager, at 801.236.7550