Artist Resiliency Grant

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We know that Covid-19 has had a significant impact for our creative individuals, and many will need to develop themselves and their work to respond to the new environment.

 

We want to support as many people as possible to reshape and redefine their work and continue to make a positive impact on creativity and culture.

This grant is funded by generous donors of the Frisco Arts Foundation. 

  who can apply?  
 

Creative practitioners, including musicians,

dancers, actors, visual artists, creative technicians,

DJs, performers/creators, community

practitioners/engagement specialists,

movement directors, fashion designers,

and jewelry makers.

 

  what is funded?  
 

This grant is not necessarily for a project or an event or developing a new work. This is about you, your skills, your network, and how you will develop as a creative practitioner to stay in the arts industry. You may use these funds towards fees for webinars, workshops, and classes, purchasing necessary equipment, live streaming costs, materials, instrument repairs or upgrades, etc. 

  how much is funded?  
 

Approved applicants will receive a one-time grant of a minimum of $500 and a maximum of $1,000.

  requirements:  

  1. At least one year’s experience as a creative practitioner 

  2. Timeline: What are your important milestones as a creative practitioner in 2021? What is your projected timeline for what you’re going to do? How will you measure your progress and success?

  3. Budget: Please share your budgeted needs according to your timeline 

  when is the application due?  

 

Applications are available online through August 15th. Decisions will be made on August 31st and funds dispersed by Sep. 15th.

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