FREE Baltimore County Arts & Sciences Grant Workshop - Jan 30
Learn more about Baltimore County project and operating grants for organizations. Guest speaker Sara McCann from Baltimore Clayworks will present ideas on how to extend your community outreach and partnerships. You also will find out more about grant criteria and eligibility, whether an operating or project grant is best for your organization, where's the grant money if you're an artist, and ideas on how you can partner with Baltimore County arts and sciences non-profits and other organizations, including senior centers, schools, rec centers and libraries.
January 30, 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
CCBC Owings Mills
Metro Centre at Owings Mills, 10300 Grand Central Avenue
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Free parking in adjacent garage
Please RSVP for the grant workshop by January 23 to [email protected]
REMINDER $100,000 in Baltimore County arts, sciences and humanities project grants available
Non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply for project grants of up to $5,000 for performing and visual arts, science education, history and humanities programs, exhibits and performances.
The Baltimore County Commission on Arts & Sciences invites you to extend your programming and outreach in Baltimore County. Non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply for project grants of up to $5,000 for performing and visual arts, science education, history and humanities programs, exhibits and performances. Eligible projects must take place between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 and must be held in Baltimore County. Project grant applications for fiscal year 2016 are due March 26, 2014.
The application and grant criteria for FY2016 Baltimore County Arts & Sciences project grants are available on line at www.baltimorecountymd.gov/arts<http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/arts>. If you have never applied for a Baltimore County project grant, please note that the specific date and location of each program must be finalized and included as part of the grant application. If you have been awarded a Baltimore County operating grant, your project must be above and beyond your ongoing community engagement and outreach efforts to be competitive for an additional project grant award.
Special consideration is given to projects that partner with Baltimore County organizations and communities. To help you connect with program partners and find new venues in Baltimore County, click here for a Baltimore County Arts & Sciences Outreach Resource Guide.
We look forward to seeing you January 30 at the grant workshop.