DECEMBER NEWS FROM COMMUNITY ARTS DEVELOPMENT
Project Grant for Organizations Now Open
Is your organization seeking funding for a project? Our Project Grant for Organizations (PGO) is currently accepting applications until March 1, 2024 for projects that take place between July 1, 2024 and June 30, 2025! This grant provides up to $7,000 to support non-profit organizations and public institutions, just like the Stewart Father’s Day Powwow presented by the Nevada Indian Commission, a FY22 Project Grant for Organizations recipient. Review the PGO Guidelines to discover if your organization can apply! Follow up with a review of our PGO Application Questions and General Grant Policies.
Project Grant for Organizations Grantee Spotlight
Our PGO grantees are spreading the joy of the holidays with exciting events around the state! Celebrate the season with these upcoming events:
High Desert Harmony Holiday Performance Dec. 16 in Sparks
Nevada Gay Men’s Chorus 14th Annual Holiday Performance Dec. 8 & 9 in Sparks
Nevada Artists Co-Op Gallery Holiday Treasures Show Nov. 12 – Dec. 28 in Reno
Photo: FY23 PGO Grantee: High Desert Harmony Holiday Performance on December 11, 2022 at The Theatre in Reno.
Watch Our Fall 2023 Webinars
Want to answer to public art bids? Looking to solicit for public art in your community? Learn from experts, Mickey Sprott (Clark County) and Megan Berner (City of Reno) how to navigate the world of RFPs and RFQs.
In our two-part series on Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications our experts help tackle the differences and best practices for artists and administrators!
This November we hosted the first Rural Arts Symposium. Together, we discovered the Power of Creative Connections in rural Nevada with guest speakers Astrid Larsen (Goldfield), Catherine Wines (Elko), and Elizabeth Woolsey (Baker). Catch the special opening reading by Nevada Arts Council Literary Fellow, Shaun Griffin (Virginia City).