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WELCOME TO GRANTS ONLINE™
As of July, 2012, all Nevada Arts Council (NAC) grant applications, support material and final reports must be submitted through Grants Online™ (GO™), our online grants management system. Follow GO™ instructions to register, create your applicant profile, answer narrative questions, complete the budget section, upload you support material and submit the completed application. GO™ guides you through the application process by a combination of help screens, links to instructions, and checks for math and other errors.
2013–2014 Nevada Arts Council Grant Guidelines FY 2014 - July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014
We strongly recommend that you download and read the 2014 Nevada Arts Council Grant Guidelines if you are applying for a grant. The publication is available on our website at: Grants Guidelines (this link will take you away from the GO system). If you would like a print version, please call us at 775.687.6680 or 702.486.3700.
WHO SHOULD I CONTACT IF I HAVE A QUESTION?
If you have technical or navigation problems with the GO™ site, please contact Ann Libby or call 775.687.7102; or, email LaVonne Vasick or call 775.687.6680
If you have questions about programming related to a grant application, please contact the following NAC staff members:
Eligible arts organizations may apply for PIE TIER II GRANTS for FY14-15 funding. If your organization maintains an Arts Education/Learning program or provides arts education/learning services beyond your general programming, you are eligible to apply for PIE ARTS LEARNING COMPONENT funding. If this is your FIRST time applying for Arts Learning Component funding, contact Maryjane Dorofachuk, Arts Learning Coordinator, at Maryjane Dorofachuk or 702.486.3738
The new ARTIST RESIDENCY EXPRESS GRANT encourages the use of artists from NAC's three existing rosters (Arts Education, Folk Arts and Tumblewords) for short-term residencies by organizations and communities to help develop dynamic local cultural programs. You can apply for these throughout the year as funding is available. Check it out!
A one-year BUDGET FORM has replaced the three-year Budget Form on the GOTM application, and applicants may now requst more than 50 percent for any one expense on the budget.
The Arts Education Program is now named the ARTS LEARNING PROGRAM to more accurately reflect the NAC's policy of promoting arts learning for all ages.
REMINDER - The Development Grant has been integrated into the Partners in Excellence (PIE) Grant category. Those who would normally apply for a Development Grant will now apply for a PIE Tier I: Level 1 grant.
REMINDER - The quarterly Better Education Through the Arts Grant (BETA) has been combined with the quarterly Jackpot Grant. Jackpot Grants will support the same type of arts education projects previously funded by BETA Grants.
FY14 BUDGET UPDATE
State and federal funding for NAC grants and programs is significantly reduced for FY14 (July 1, 2013–June 30, 2014). Suspended grant categories due to continued budget cuts are Challenge, Design Arts, Locals Sustainability Grants, and the Governor's Arts Awards' Artist Commission Grants. The 2013 Nevada State Legislature begins on February 4, 2013.
STAND UP FOR THE ARTS!
If you would like to become an ARTS ADVOCATE in support of restoring funding to the NAC budget and to NAC grant categories for FY14, please contact our office for more information. Sign up for Advocacy Alerts at www.Arts4Nevada.org, the statewide arts calendar and Advocacy Center.
Please do not hesitate to call either office - in Carson City at 775.687.6680 or Las Vegas at 702.486.3700.