Arts in Education Grants provide matching funds of up to $5,000 to eligible Maryland-based nonprofit organizations and government entities to support educational engagements led by Teaching Artists on MSAC’s Teaching Artist Roster.
Opens: July 15th
Creativity Grants aim to strengthen the vitality and sustainability of artists and small organizations, in order to maintain a strong arts infrastructure in the state.
Maryland Touring Grants provide funding to eligible Maryland-based non-profit organizations to support the presentation of artists listed on the Maryland Performing Artist Touring Roster.
Network Organizational Development Grants (formerly known as the Network Technical Assistance Grant) are open to designated Arts & Entertainment District management entities and grantees of the County Arts Development and Folklife Network programs. Funds support organizational development, defined as any effort supporting the stability, visibility, and effectiveness of an organization beyond regularly funded activities.
The Public Art Across Maryland Program promotes and supports the inclusion of art in the everyday experiences of Marylanders.
Professional Development Grants encourage and support relevant professional development opportunities for artists and arts organizations throughout Maryland.
Special Request Grants support needs of arts organizations and programs that fall outside of the eligibility of MSAC’s established grant programs.
The Arts in Education Teaching Artist Roster supports teaching artists and the elevation of their careers by providing funding to Maryland schools and community groups to book Teaching Roster Artists, fostering connections to statewide networks, providing individualized feedback to strengthen artists’ programming, and heightening visibility through print and online marketing.
Opens: July 22nd
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Questions? Contact the MSAC staff person for the program you’re interested in learning more about.