CCT: Arts Learning: Integration Category

ARTS LEARNING: INTEGRATION CATEGORY

The FY19 Arts Learning grant program (Integration category) is now closed. The deadline to submit was July 11, 2018.

The Integration category is focused on PK-12 school day curriculum. The Integration category is competitive and provides funding for sequential arts learning experiences that weave ideas and concepts between and among arts and non-arts disciplines, effectively advancing knowledge and/or skills in an arts discipline while concurrently advancing knowledge and/or skills in other disciplines.  Projects engaging a teaching artist(s) MUST engage at least one (1) teaching artist from Directory of Teaching Artists in the "Integrating" category.  Successful projects in this category will likely include professional development.

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS

  • PK-12 Schools and affiliated Parent Organizations
  • 501(c)(3) arts organizations seeking to provide a program(s) directly supporting PK-12 school day curriculum through arts integration

    NOTE:
    The eligible applicants listed above may also apply for an Access grant.

INELIGIBLE APPLICANTS
Recipients of
Directed Local Funds (aka Line Items) and Regional Service Organizations are ineligible.

FUNDING
Arts Integration grant requests must range between $5,000 - $10,000

50% minimum cash match is required: ($2,500 - $5,000)

Total project minimum: $7,500 - $15,000

FUNDING PERIOD
October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019

GUIDELINES
Please note that the guidelines include information on all three (3) Arts Learning categories.  Be sure to carefully review the sections regarding Integration.
FY19 Guidelines: PDF

REQUIRED BUDGET FORM

Integration budget form: Excel (applicants are required to use this budget form)


HOW TO APPLY

All applications must be submitted through an on-line portal.
Instructions on how to apply can be found on Page 6 of the guidelines
.

QUESTIONS
For more information or questions, please contact Bonnie Koba via email at
bonnie.koba@ct.gov.

WEBINAR

You may view and listen to the Grant Overview Webinar (recorded on May 8): HERE



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