April 24-25, 2018 * Raleigh, NC
Youth Arts Grant Panel Chairperson
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County
Youth Arts grants are intended to support arts activities with educational value that are designed for youth and produced by non-profit arts/cultural organizations. Activities must be for Pre-K through 12th-grade students and take place outside of the formal school environment, school day, or school year. Examples include: summer arts camps, after-school and track-out arts programs, classes, workshops, master classes, community residencies, and performing arts series for youth.
See the 2018-2019 Programming Grant Guidelines
To learn more about programming grants, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-839-1498, ext 209. Let them know Raushawna sent you.
From the www.unitedarts.org website:
The arts are a powerful force in our community — forming connections, opening doors and enriching life experiences.
As a private nonprofit, United Arts has worked for more than 25 years to build a better Raleigh and Wake County through support of and advocacy for the arts.
To do this, we provide various programs and services in addition to partnering with businesses, individuals, foundations and the government to raise funds and distribute grants to schools, arts organizations and local artists.
These funds bring life-changing arts education to our schools and municipalities. They provide artists with resources and opportunities to share their work, and teachers with innovative training. These programs and services help inspire our children and community to succeed.
We are committed to developing the organizations, artists and initiatives that make an impact on our community.
Because, together, we create change.