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MN State Arts Board seeks Grant Application Reviewers

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Minnesota State Arts Board Recruiting Grant Application Reviewers

Would you like to improve your grant writing skills?  Serving as an Arts Board grant application reviewer, you’ll not only gain insight into what makes an effective application, but also forge new connections with fellow reviewers who share your passion, while supporting the arts community in Minnesota. 

The Arts Board seeks individuals from a variety of backgrounds to review grant applications remotely, serving a four-week term sometime between September 2022 and February 2023.  Public funds belong to all Minnesotans, so a broad spectrum of perspectives and experiences is vital to our grant making process.

You’ll receive a modest financial stipend for your time providing feedback on applications and helping determine which will be recommended to receive funding. To learn more about this opportunity visit: http://www.arts.state.mn.us/reviewer.htm

Selected reviewers must:—be a Minnesota resident;—have access to a computer with Internet connection and intermediate computer skills;—have a background in at least one art form, artistic tradition, or arts administration; or have knowledge of or experience with an organization working for public benefit, whether that is a nonprofit organization or a government entity;—participate in a full-day panel meeting remotely to discuss all assigned applications; and—be committed to completing all aspects of the grant application review.

It was a wonderful experience, great to see the reviewer sideof grants funding, certainly helpful for future grant requests.”~Arts Board grant application reviewerContribute your perspectives

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The Arts Board offers accessibility services and materials in alternate formats upon request.  Please contact the Arts Board’s accessibility coordinator if you require an accommodation (i.e., ASL interpretation, open captioning, audio description, large print or Braille materials, etc.) to participate.

For more information, contact Jenea Rewertz-Targui, advisory review panel coordinator and accessibility coordinatorPhone: (651) 539-2657, toll-free (800) 866-2787Minnesota Relay 711E-mail: Jenea.Rewertz-Targui@arts.state.mn.us

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