Make art for 4Culture!

17 Feb

4Culture’s Group Artist Projects (GAP) program provides arts organizations in King County with critical project support. Arts groups working in all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Eligible projects may be at any stage of development including initial planning, in-process and final production.

Goals for the Group Artist Projects program:
To support projects and events generated by artist partnerships, groups and cooperatives and other organizations serving King County citizens with quality arts events and programs.
Provide greater public access to the arts throughout King County.

In 2009, 4Culture received 117 applications for this program and 75 groups were selected to receive funding. Award amounts ranged between $1,300 and $10,000. A total of $296,095 was awarded to support projects including Artoleptic 2009, The Bellevue Jazz Festival, The Seattle International Latino Film Festival, The Strawberry, Iranian and Covington Days Festivals and Aki Matsuri 2009.

Applicants MUST:
Be a group, ensemble or collective
Be a group based in King County (at the time of application and through completion of the proposed project)

Applicants MUST NOT:
Be a current Sustained Support program recipient
Be an individual artist
Be an Individual Arts applicant. You cannot apply to both Group Arts Projects and Individual Artists Projects
Serve as a current staff, board or committee member of 4Culture
Be a 2010 Group Artist Projects selection panelist
Groups may submit only one application annually to Group Artist Projects.

2010 Program Deadline: March 17, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. PST



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