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In the midst of COVID-19 we understand that teaching artists may require support as they pivot to present community programs virtually, with expenses that may include, for example, technical equipment or broadband access. Other teaching artists may use this time to strengthen their teaching artist practice, for example, by designing curriculum or building out their web presence.
If you are working with community members, your project has to engage community members (of any age) as active, creative, art-making participants (in any discipline), not just as an audience.
If you are asking for support for your own professional development, you must demonstrate how this will position you to strengthen your teaching practice during and/or after the COVID-19 pandemic.
For 2022, teaching artists are no longer required identify and confirm a community host site, although this will continue to be an optional part of the application.
The project, either in the community or for a teaching artists’ own teaching practice, must be urgent and timely.
The project, either in the community or for a teaching artists’ own teaching practice, must be urgent and timely. Funds must be expended within three months of the grant award.
There will be two information sessions where you can learn more about the application process once the next round is announced.
There will be information sessions to learn more about the application process once the next round of grants is announced.
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