COMMUNITY ARTS GRANT
Grants for FY 2016/17 have been awarded. Please see History of Grant Recipients.
For more information, contact the grants administrator, Brittany Arnold at (480) 874-4610 or BrittanyA@scottsdalearts.org
Grant funds are to be
expended for activities occurring between July 1 and June 30. A final project
or organizational report must be submitted to the Scottsdale Arts within ninety
(90) days of the project completion date or by September 30, whichever date is
earlier. The post-project report must delineate expenditure of funds and
describe the success and challenges of the project or, in the case of general
operating support, for activities occurring between July 1 and June 30.
organizations receiving a Scottsdale Cultural Council grant are expected to
acknowledge this support in programs, press releases, and advertisements with
the following language:
"This program is made
possible in part by a grant from Scottsdale Arts".
Scottsdale Arts logo available upon request.
Project Budget (Micro-Project and Project Grants ONLY)
Project applicants must submit a project budget form which
outlines the projected income and expenses for the length of the project.
Budget should be balanced, realistic and relevant to the services provided by
the project to the Scottsdale community. Additionally, a project budget
narrative is required (as part of the project/micro-project grant application).
Final Project Budget Form
The Scottsdale Cultural Council dba Scottsdale Arts, a private,
non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is contracted by the City of Scottsdale,
Arizona, to administer certain City arts and cultural projects and to manage
the City-owned Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale Museum of
Contemporary Art and Scottsdale Public Art Program. The programs of Scottsdale
Arts are made possible, in part, by the support of members and donors and
grants received from the Arizona Commission on the Arts through appropriations
from the Arizona State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.