SALT LAKE CITY— Utah Arts & Museums announces Sustainability grants, available to nonprofit arts organizations across the state of Utah. Last year, UA&M granted over $900,000 in Sustainability grants. These grants were established to help nonprofit arts organizations provide high quality arts programming. Funding is for general operating expenses. These funds may go towards staff salaries, professional development, board training, and general program development, among other things. The application deadline is Feb. 12, 2016.
“Utah arts organizations provide a tremendous asset to our communities, and to our quality of life,” said Gay Cookson, Director of Utah Arts & Museums. “. Our sustainability grant gives arts organizations the financial support to cultivate and grow their artistic programming and services in order to achieve their mission. We are proud to offer this funding opportunity to ensure continued success for arts organizations throughout the state.”
For questions or assistance with the application process, please contact the Grants Manager, Laurel Cannon Alder at 801.236.7550, or the Community Arts Specialist, Hilary Amnah at 801.236.7544. Guidelines and applications are online and may be accessed through http://www.uamgrants.utah.gov. For guidelines and more information on these grants, please visit arts.utah.gov