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July 13, 2015

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The Community Foundation's

2015 Arts Regranting Program is now accepting applications

Deadline for Application: July 27, 2015

The Community Foundation Arts Regranting Program/Inland Empire 

The Community Foundation is now accepting applications to the ARPIE. The regranting funds are for small arts organizations in the Inland Empire to experiment with new approaches to arts engagement. Grants are intended as risk-capital for very small arts organizations, agencies, art collectives and groups to pilot projects that focus on 1) reaching low-income and/or ethnically diverse populations that have been traditionally underserved by nonprofit arts organizations, 2) offering active engagement in the arts in which participants are making or practicing art, and/or 3) using nontraditional arts venues such as churches, store fronts and shopping malls, or open lots and other spaces not typically designated for arts use that are easily accessible and familiar to the public.

Nonprofit, public benefit organizations with evidence of tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and not classified as a private foundation.
Organizations that have been in operation for at least three years. Organizations must have an annual operating budget of less than $100,000.
Organizations that have a mission statement that clearly delineate it as an arts organization.
Organizations must be located in, and have primary programs delivered in Riverside or San Bernardino County.  


Artist and educator living in Redlands, CA.  

Website: www.giudiciwallis.com
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