Upcoming Funding Opportunities

Photo by Wildwood Theatre.

The final proposal deadline of MRAC’s grant year (July 1 – June 30) passed a few weeks ago, and we received a record-setting number of requests for funding. The need for financial support for arts organizations and groups leading arts projects is clear, so we wanted to share upcoming funding opportunities from other grantmakers with you.

Please visit the websites of the granting organizations for information about the grant program and applicant services.

Arts Legacy grants

Northwest Minnesota Arts Council

Arts Organizations in Kittson, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Polk, Red Lake and Roseau counties.
Arts Legacy Grants is a main category for funding artistic activity within the seven-county service region. Funding can be used for Arts Projects, Arts Equipment, General Support, Public Art Projects and Arts Events in northwest Minnesota.
Proposals due May 1, 2022

Seeding Cultural Treasures

Propel Nonprofits

Arts Organizations in Minnesota
Seeding Cultural Treasures is an initiative to nourish and cultivate the landscape of emerging arts and culture organizations run by and for Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC).
Proposals due May 20, 2022

Creative Support for Organizations

Minnesota State Arts Board
Arts Organizations in Minnesota
This grant program provides support to help organizations deliver arts programming and meaningfully engage their communities in a time of transition.
Proposals due May 27, 2022

NEA-ARP Operating Support grant

Arrowhead Regional Arts Council

Arts Organizations in Aitkin, Cook, Carlton, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, or St. Louis counties.
This program offers operating support for regional nonprofit arts organizations. The NEA-ARP Operating Support grant is funded through the National Endowment for the Arts with American Rescue Plan funding.
Proposals due May 27, 2022

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