GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR BRONX INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, ARTS ORGANIZATIONS, & ARTIST COLLECTIVES
The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) offers funding to support community-centered arts and culture projects and to recognize outstanding local artists. Applications are accepted from individual artists, artist collectives, and nonprofit arts and community organizations for projects in a wide variety of disciplines, including dance, film/video/media, folk arts, interdisciplinary arts, literary arts, multi-disciplinary projects, music, opera, theater, visual arts/crafts, and others. Emerging and pre-professional artists, women, the disabled, artists of color, members of the LGBTQ community and other under-represented individuals or organizations are encouraged to apply.
Below are BCA’s grant current grant opportunities. For more information, visit www.bronxarts.org/grants or contact email@example.com | 718-931-9500 ex. 22
Are you a performer, visual artist, arts critic, arts historian, musician, curator, other artist or arts professional, or arts engaged community leader?
The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) seeks artists, arts professionals, and nonprofit and community based organization leaders to serve as panelists for our 2020 grant cycle.
BCA hosts 4 grant programs totaling in more than $250,000 a year in funding to Bronx artists, collectives, and nonprofit organizations. Panelist from the community play a key in the awards process; their knowledge and expertise is a crucial part of helping to shape the way public arts funds are distributed.
Panelists to review applications, provide comments, and score applications in order to recommend recipients.
Interested? The basic eligibility requirement to be a BCA panelist is that you are an artist, arts professional or nonprofit and community based organization leader.
If this is you and you would like to help make a difference in the Bronx, please apply to serve on one of our grants panels.
Potential panelists from all boroughs are welcome to apply. Note that panelists for Community Engagement Grants must be Bronx residents. Those serving on the BRIO panels MUST reside outside of the Bronx and have expertise in specific artistic disciplines. BCA supports panel diversity in all forms: age, race, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation, artistic discipline, location, etc.
Selected panelists will be contacted in the Fall
For more info on BCA's grants, visit HERE
All Panelists receive an honorarium.