Maine Arts Commission Grant News
We've been through the first year with our new grant programs and deadlines. Thank you for participating! Now it's time to look at how the spring deadlines worked and finally introduce our new electronic grants system.
Please check back at the first of the year (2015) for confirmed dates. For questions about our grants program please contact Kathy Ann Shaw at 207/287-2750 or email@example.com.
This grant, jointly administered by the Maine Arts Commission and the Maine Humanities Council, funds projects that include elements of both the arts and humanities.Program GuidelinesThis grant supports schools, arts organizations/institutions and community based teaching artists as they collaborate on the design and delivery of high quality arts learning experiences for K-12 students. Program Guidelines
This grant supports partnerships between cultural, economic and governmental sectors effect community revitalization. Applications will be considered from communities/regions with a strong commitment to inter-sector collaboration that seeks to strengthen the cultural assets of their community.Program Guidelines
This grant rewards artistic excellence, advances the careers of Maine artists and promotes public awareness regarding the eminence of the creative sector in Maine.
This grant, offered through a partnership with the Maine Community Foundation and the Jane Morrison Film Fund, supports educational opportunities for filmmakers in the early stages of their career development. The Fund is designed to help filmmakers attain instructional guidance and skills.
Program GuidelinesThis grant provides funding for arts and cultural organization to enter into partnership with the Maine Arts Commission. Funds are unrestricted and will go to building the state’s cultural infrastructure.
This grant assists in the growth of Maine’s art’s community and artists by supporting the creation of high quality arts activities, new work or professional development. All proposed projects must include a public engagement component.
This grant fosters the growth of the arts in Maine. The program supports the creation of high quality arts programming that engages Maine’s communities, enhances the quality of life and attracts visitors to strengthen Maine’s creative economy.
Program GuidelinesThis grant supports Maine’s communities as they preserve valuable artistic traditions by providing an opportunity for master traditional artists to pass on their skills to qualified apprentices. If you have general questions about grant applications or the review process, please contact Kathy Ann Shaw, Senior Director for Grants and Arts Accessibility,207/287-2750, firstname.lastname@example.org