In addition to MRAC’s grant making, additional resources are available to help make arts projects and arts organizations strong and successful.
While MRAC funding is a great option for many arts projects and organizations, we also know that more funding is often needed to do your work. Partnering with Access Philanthropy to give you access to a funder database means you can explore more options for dollars for arts projects and organizations. Visit the database and a three month overview of deadlines here.
ADA Plans and Arts Accessibility
A commitment to making arts activities available to all who are interested has led to a partnership with VSA Minnesota. They have developed helpful documents to develop ADA plans and to discover ways to assure access for all to your arts activities. Arts Access documents are available for download here.
Arts Management Trainings
Each month MRAC presents a number of arts management trainings to help infuse new thinking and to provide tools for running an arts organization. All events are free to attend for those who are eligible for MRAC funding. Topics vary by month; check our calendar for the scheduled training and sign up today.
MRAC maintains a database of consultants who are working with small arts organizations. MRAC eligible groups seeking to work with a consultant or consultants who want to be included in this list can contact MRAC. More information can be found here.
MRAC Logos for Grant Recipients
All groups receiving funding from MRAC will need to recognize this grant award with a logo (or logos) and specific language. MRAC makes it easy to access these grant requirements at this link.
Manage My Grant
Manage My Grant is your portal to the online MRAC online grant interface.
Support Organizations provides website links to local organizations that provide support and resources for arts organizations, artists, and those interested in the arts.