How to Apply for Grants
Updated May 3, 2013 – Organizational Support Grant, Arts-In-Education Grant, Innovative Project Grant, Advertising Assistance Grant and Regional Artist Project Grant have been updated with the 2013-2014 guidelines and application. See application for a list of each grant’s information sessions.
For 2013-14 all applications will be fillable pdf forms and should be emailed to email@example.com by the deadline date. You will need Adobe Reader (v9.3 or above) to access the guidelines and application forms. If you do not have Adobe Reader or need an updated version click on the link below for a free download.
If you are a first time applicant or need assistance during the grant process contact Dara Silver, Director of Funded Partner and Grant Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-747-1426.
- Organizational Support Grant (OSG)
- Arts-In-Education Grant (AIE)
- Regional Artist Project Grant (RAPG)
- Innovative Project Grant (IPG)
- Advertising Assistance Grant (AAG)
Offers generous financial support to local arts organizations to assist in the day-to-day operations of the organization. The grant is available to member organizations of The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. If you are new to the Organizational Support Grant process, please set-up a meeting with the Director of Funded Partner and Grants Programs at (email@example.com or 336-747-1426).
Partners artists with educators, bringing hands-on arts experience to thousands of students each year. The Arts-In-Education Grant connects artists and arts organizations with elementary, middle and high school students, by funding programs designed to awaken their intellectual and creative curiosity. The program is planned and administered in conjunction with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. Some funding is available for artists to conduct programs in private and charter schools. Please download and save this document to your computer before completing the application. Some adobe features will not work without saving the file.
2013-2014 Regional Artist Project Grant are now updated! (As of May 3, 2013)
Regional Artist Project Grants are partly supported by the North Carolina Arts Council with funding from the state of North Carolina and the National Endowment from the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
These grants support artists in the local community and region, helping them further their professional development. The Regional Artist Project Grant provides financial support to committed, gifted individual artists and small, unincorporated groups of collaborating artists. The grant is awarded to projects that promise to advance the career of the artist or groups of artists in the following disciplines: Music Composition, Film/Video, Literature/Playwriting, Choreography/Dance, and Visual Art/Craft. Please download and save this document to your computer before completing the application. Some adobe features will not work without saving the file.
These grants provide funding to support arts organizations for a specific project for the benefit of a wide community audience. The Innovative Project Grant supports projects that are creative and original, and represent fresh ideas or strategies. Projects should be unique, vibrant, exciting, and enhance the vision of Winston-Salem as the City of Arts and Innovation. The grant will support projects that are collaborative, address new concepts or methods, engage the community, use new technology and strive for diversity. Please download and save this document to your computer before completing the application. Some adobe features will not work without saving the file.
Updated May 2 – Advertising Assistance Grant for 2013-2014 is now available!
Is supported by 88.5 WFDD Radio, 90.5 WSNC Radio, The Winston-Salem Journal, The Chronicle, EverWondr Network and WXLV ABC 45/WMYV my 48 (NEW!) . This program provides cost-saving advertising dollars for local arts agencies promoting their organizations. The program is available to member organizations of The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.