On Thursday, April 14, 2016, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) launched its project and arts and humanities fellowship grant programs for funding in Fiscal Year 2017. Funding opportunities are available for District artists and humanities professionals and non-profit organizations.
“Public funding for the arts and humanities is an investment in our local artists and cultural organizations that actively support and grow our creative economy,” said Arthur Espinoza, Jr., Executive Director of DCCAH. “These grant funds will help support a wide range of activities and programs for the benefit of District residents.”
Applications for nine different grant programs are currently being accepted, with deadlines to apply beginning May 18, 2016. Grant applications are reviewed by independent panels of arts and humanities professionals and community members who make recommendations to the DCCAH Board of Commissioners.
DCCAH will offer workshops in April and May to provide assistance for applicants. Additionally, applicants may schedule a meeting with a member of the DCCAH grants department for assistance in preparing an application.
For a complete listing of grant programs and guidelines, and to submit an application, visit www.dcarts.dc.gov.