Arts Council Napa Valley Opens Winter 2021 Community Fund Applications!
Are you an individual artist, group/troupe, or small 501 c3 arts & culture organization seeking funding to support your project for the community? Arts Council Napa Valley opens our Winter 2021 round of Community Fund grants.
The Community Fund grant program provides Napa County artists and creatives with funds for community-facing public art projects.
ACNV’s Community Fund grants will provide funds for individual artists, groups/troupes and small organizations (with a budget of $100,000 or less) toward community-facing public arts & culture projects.
The Community Fund grant application is a two-phase process, starting with a simple question: What project and/or program would you create with up to $5000? Please describe your project as well as how it will benefit the community.
The video, audio, or text answer to this question must be emailed to Crysta@ArtsCouncilNV.org by October 29, 2021 for applicants to be considered for the second phase of the application process. Please limit video/audio to 2-3 minutes and your text answer to 750 words maximum. If you would prefer to call or virtually meet with Crysta, feel free to schedule an appointment via email or phone.
If you have any questions, contact Crysta at Crysta@ArtsCouncilNV.org, or call (707) 257-2117 ext. 1.
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About Arts Council Napa Valley
As the official local arts agency in Napa County, Arts Council Napa Valley connects, advocates, and leads the arts community countywide. Since 1981 the Arts Council has served to benefit all residents with a more sustainable, accessible, and quality local arts scene. Since the adoption of the Napa County Cultural Plan in 2009, it has organized policy initiatives like the City of Napa Percent for Art Ordinance. The Arts Council also offers programs and support, like the Napa Valley Creative Directory, ACNV Community Fund, and VAPA Student of the Month program to empower the industry through education, information, and resources.