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San Bernardino City Fine Arts Commission Grant Process is open now through February 15, 2017.

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APPLICATION GUIDELINES FOR FUNDING REQUESTS

 

THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS

 

The City of San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission grants will be made available to qualifying non-profit arts organizations, Parks and Recreation community centers, and classroom teachers within the City of San Bernardino for the enhancement and support of city-wide art and cultural programs of benefit and interest to a broad segment of our population.

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The Community Foundation's

2015 Arts Regranting Program is now accepting applications

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San Bernardino City Fine Arts Commission announces a grant opportunity


The City of San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission grants will be made available to qualifying

non-profit arts organizations, Parks and Recreation community centers, and classroom

teachers within the City of San Bernardino for the enhancement and support of city-wide art

and cultural programs of benefit and interest to a broad segment of our population.  

Due May 15th- download below!

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February 12, 2015

NEA Grant Workshop

 

 

The National Endowment for the Arts is presenting a grants workshop...

 

 

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The Community Foundation received funding from The James Irvine Foundation for the Arts Regranting Program/ Inland Empire (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..

View the guidelines to see if your arts organization is a good candidate for an ARPIE grant.

Maximum request is $10,000. The deadline is August 1, 2014.

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The Community Foundation received funding from The James Irvine Foundation for the Arts Regranting Program/ Inland Empire (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..

View the guidelines to see if your arts organization is a good candidate for an ARPIE grant.

Maximum request is $10,000. The deadline is August 1, 2014.

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The Community Foundation Serving the Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino (TCF) received funding from The James Irvine Foundation for the Arts Regranting Program/ Inland Empire (ARPIE) which will provide risk capital to small and micro arts organizations in the two-county region to experiment with arts engagement activities. The Arts Program goal is to promote engagement in the arts for all Californians: Arts engagement that embraces and advances the diverse way that we experience the arts and that strengthens our ability to thrive together in a dynamic and complex social environment. The regranting funds are for small arts organizations in the Inland Empire (note that Mountain Regions and High Desert areas can also apply) 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.

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The Community Foundation Serving the Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino (TCF) received funding from The James Irvine Foundation for the Arts Regranting Program/ Inland Empire (ARPIE) which will provide risk capital to small and micro arts organizations in the two-county region to experiment with arts engagement activities. The Arts Program goal is to promote engagement in the arts for all Californians: Arts engagement that embraces and advances the diverse way that we experience the arts and that strengthens our ability to thrive together in a dynamic and complex social environment. The regranting funds are for small arts organizations in the Inland Empire (note that Mountain Regions and High Desert areas can also apply) 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.

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The Garcia Center for the Arts
536 W. 11th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

Tel: 909.381.1900
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Visual Arts Building, Rm. 308
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