New funding opportunity: United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund

by SMAC

New funding opportunity: The United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund will award grants of $30,000 – $75,000 to small and mid-sized arts organizations in the Midwest, prioritizing organizations that are led by and serving people of color and Indigenous people, and/or led by and serving people from rural communities.

Anyone may nominate an arts organization to receive an award by filling out a simple online form before July 8th, 2020. For more information visit: https://www.artsmidwest.org/programs/resiliencefund

Photo Credits (L to R): 1) A NEA Big Read participant reads In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez, photo by Lighthouse Writers Workshop; 2) Musician Keith Bear at the Earth Lodge Village on the Fort Berthold Reservation, photo by Shigeyo Henriquez; Participants at the New Haven International Festival of Arts, photo by Shannon Mykins; 4) A woman reads from a book on stage as part of an NEA Big Read program through Vigo County Public Library, photo by Kim McMurray.

Photo Credits (L to R): 1) A NEA Big Read participant reads In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez, photo by Lighthouse Writers Workshop; 2) Musician Keith Bear at the Earth Lodge Village on the Fort Berthold Reservation, photo by Shigeyo Henriquez; Participants at the New Haven International Festival of Arts, photo by Shannon Mykins; 4) A woman reads from a book on stage as part of an NEA Big Read program through Vigo County Public Library, photo by Kim McMurray.

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