New Haven Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism
12/18/19 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 are available to New Haven, Connecticut artists and arts and cultural organizations working with community-based, youth, or senior organizations to support projects in the areas of arts programming, cultural heritage, and arts education.
Projects considered include performances, productions, festivals, film, public art projects (proposed mural or other public art projects must be reviewed and discussed with arts, culture and tourism staff prior to submission of an application), arts-focused apprenticeships, arts-focused workshops or training
The Neighborhood Cultural Vitality Grant provides support to arts and cultural programming and services within the city of New Haven. Communities include under-served populations, mental health programs, and facilities; youth & senior programs and centers; hospitals and mixed or lower-income housing are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should also consider the use of New Haven’s public parks and spaces.
The goals of the grant are 1) to foster the creation of arts (visual art, music, dance, theater, etc.); 2) to strengthen social cohesion by creating opportunities for people of any age to connect and celebrate, both within and across cultures; 3) to provide rigorous, professional-caliber arts training opportunities for young people; 4) To contribute to the development of equitable sustainable partnerships and collaborations across the community.
GrantWatch ID#: 134007
Applicants can apply for a minimum of $2,500 and a maximum of $5,000 in financial support.
Project Period: January 22, 2020– December 20, 2020
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please mail or deliver proposals to the following address:
City of New Haven Department of Arts, Culture & Tourism
Attn: Neighborhood Cultural Vitality Grant
165 Church Street, 6th Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
For more information about the grant program contact:
Kim Futrell, Community Outreach Coordinator