- Public Art
- Arts Education
The Project Grant Program provides financial support to Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas County not-for-profit organizations and individual artists for Project Based Arts Programming. Grants are awarded up to $6,000 and are available in three categories: Artistic Focus, Community Participation and Arts-In-Schools.
Applications are available in June, with deadlines beginning in August for projects occurring in the upcoming calendar year.
For most current guidelines and deadlines, please visit www.racc.org/GrantsOnline.
The following tutorials will provide an overview of the Project Grant program and application process.
PROJECT GRANT VIDEO TUTORIALS
DEFINITION OF "PROJECT"
A project is a specific art presentation, exhibit or creation of work that is fully executed within a specified timeline and contains a public component. A project possesses artistic quality, imaginative scope and vision, and is fully executed within a specified timeline. RACC offers funding for Project Grants in the following three categories:
Artistic Focus ~ project grants that demonstrate high artistic quality, innovation, creativity in programming and artist selection, and demonstrated ability by the artist or organization.
Community Participation ~ project grants that support cultural and arts programs and services that involve direct community participation. The project should impact a variety of citizens in the RACC service area by helping to provide them with a greater sense of self, family, community and place.
Arts-In-Schools (K-12) ~ project grants that encourage and enable members of the professional arts community to work in schools and create arts-rich learning environments. In an effort to better accomodate the needs of the education community, the availability of Project Grant Arts-In-Schools applications will coincide with the beginning of the school year.