City Investment Grant
Grants are available to provide general operating support (GOS) within the criteria to arts organizations that present performing or visual arts or, through their core activities provide arts programs that are vital to the cultural life of the community. For full details, and application, please click HERE.
Rapid City Arts Council | Stanford M. & Lynda Adelstein Art Grant
Stan & Lynda Adelstein are committed to the Rapid City Area and to bringing new arts, culture, and experiences to the area. The Stanford M. & Lynda Adelstein Art Grant is a grant for arts organizations who have exciting and unexpected opportunities arise that requires funding to make the available. This grant is for one-time events that are not a part of the regular scheduled season activities for the organization. You are required to be a non-profit organization with 501(c)3 status, in the Rapid City area and have a specific, unfunded opportunity.
Get all the info HERE.
South Dakota Arts Council Grants
The South Dakota Arts Council is encouraging artists, arts organizations and other nonprofit groups to apply for grants to assist in funding arts projects and programs throughout the state.
South Dakota artists may apply for funding through five grant programs: artist fellowships of $5,000, artist project grants of between $1,000 and $2,000, artist collaboration grants of up to $6,000, traditional arts apprenticeship grants of up to $4,000 and artist career development grants of $2,000.
Nonprofit organizations can seek funding support in the form of arts challenge grants, statewide services grants, project grants and importation of musicians grants.
The application deadline is March 1.
Applicants are encouraged to review the eligibility requirements, granting criteria and the application procedure on the website before beginning the application process. Get all the info HERE.
Allied Arts Fund | Pailing Family Grants
The Allied Arts is pleased to announce that it is taking applications for a grant administered by the organization through the generosity of The Pailing Family. The Pailing Family Grants are being established in memory of Walter and Y’Vonne Pailing. They were dedicated supporters of the arts, and their family wishes to continue that tradition.
Applications may be requested by contacting the Allied Arts Fund business office at 605.394.4106 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at www.alliedartsrc.org. Applications must be made by 501(c)3 non-profit organizations for an arts event, activity, or project. Preference is given to one-time-only projects, and particularly to those benefiting children and underserved populations. Grants may not exceed $500. Deadline for applications is 60 days prior to individual project end date.
Crazy Horse Memorial - Continuing Education Grant
The Continuing Education Grants are designed to provide financial support to Native artists committed to improving artistic skill and their careers as artists. This grant provides funds to support artists by providing funding to attend workshops, classes and/or conferences, or for marketing their existing works to reach new geographic or social audiences. Other related ideas and purposes are welcomed.
Grants are received on a continuous basis and between 12- 15 grants are awarded per year on a first come first serve basis.
Download the application below
Foundation For Contemport Art - Emergency Grants
In keeping with FCA's mission to encourage, sponsor, and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, applicants must demonstrate that their artistic practice falls within this context. Created in 1993, Emergency Grants provides prompt funding for innovative visual and performing artists who:
More info HERE.
Innovate Grant is a new initiative that supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants.
It was created out of the frustration of applying to grants with time-consuming requirements. They believe that time is one of the most valuable components of fostering creativity and innovation.
Innovate Grant distributes (2) $550 grants each quarter to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. Grant cycles are in the Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.
They believe that your work should speak for itself and the grant application reflects that. All that is required is your:
-3-5 images of your work
Winter Deadline: February 11, 2020
More info HERE