There’s no doubt that organizations and individuals will need more assistance in the coming year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Arts in Society partners have decided to respond to the health crisis by pivoting and expediting the regularly scheduled 2021 Arts in Society grant cycle. The program supports individuals and organizations who seek to implement projects that utilize the arts as an integral element in promoting social justice and community welfare, including, but not limited to projects responding to coronavirus-related needs.
Bonfils-Stanton Foundation is happy to be a partner in the program along with RedLine Denver, Colorado Creative Industries, Hemera Foundation, Colorado Health Foundation and SCFD. “Since it launched in 2017, Arts in Society has played a critical role in funding important, compelling and powerful projects from across Colorado,” says Gary Steuer, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation President and CEO. “As the Arts in Society application process opens up for the 2021 grant cycle, we understand the importance the funding will have on organizations and individuals as they emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.”
Arts in Society has distributed over $2 million since inception to fund 91 projects across Colorado that incorporate arts and creativity in addressing our communities’ most important problems.
Interested in learning about past funded projects? Here’s a look at previous Arts in Society grantees and their projects.
The application deadline is June 1, 2020 and decisions will be made in July with awards distributed in August. For more information on eligibility, FAQs, and more, visit RedLine’s website here.
Also, mark this on your calendars – Arts in Society will hold a Zoom information session to help answer application questions on May 5 at 1 p.m. MST.
Topic: Arts in Society Information Session 2020
Time: May 5, 2020 01:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 812 5204 9823