DEADLINE EXTENDED: Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council 2020 Grant Opportunities

By Editorial Team on January 8, 2020

Deadline: Tue, 05 July 2022

Arts in Education Program Grant Overview
Applications Accepted Jan. 13 – March 31

The Arts In Education Program is designed to support artists, arts educators and organizations that provide high-quality arts and cultural activities to youth in public educational settings from kindergarten through high school. These programs or projects may include, but are not limited to: arts instruction, arts integration improvements, artist in residency, in-school performances, field trip experiences, arts integration curriculum development, creative place making, as well as professional development. An emphasis should be placed on providing sequential instruction to deepen student or staff learning about the subject and experience. The Arts in Education Program will not offset the responsibilities of each school in providing its students an excellent education, but will support projects that enhance the learning that is already occurring.

Teachers and Parent Teacher Associations are eligible to apply for a specific school program. Funding may not be attributed to school personnel, faculty and/or general art supplies or equipment.

Funding is distributed in five categories: School-Based Projects, Artist in Residency Projects, Community-Based Projects, Public Art Partnership Projects and Professional Development. Funds are awarded to artists, arts educators and nonprofits that demonstrate a significant and positive impact on student academic achievement through increased arts and cultural access.

County Arts Grant Program Overview
Applications Accepted Jan. 13 – March 31

The County Arts grant is designed to support organizations that provide high-quality arts and cultural activities that enhance the quality of life in Prince George’s County and reflect the collective creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of the County’s arts, humanities, and cultural sectors. Organizations must have a 501(c)3 nonprofit tax-exempt status.

There is a 1:1 cash-matching requirement, designed to assist fundraising by leveraging funding from additional sources. Organizations can receive a grant up to $5,000.

Artist Fellowship Grant Overview
Applications Accepted March 2 – April 30

The Artist Fellowship Grant supports individual artists who significantly contribute to the arts and substantively impact the lives of Prince George’s County residents through artistic excellence.

Individual artists can receive a grant up to $5,000. Applicants must be eighteen or older and have residency or an active studio in Prince George’s County.

The Artist Fellowship Grants fund projects. Grant awards will not fund general support for artistic practice. It is expected that the awarded work supports a piece in progress or supports the research and primary production of a new artistic project. Up to 30% of the funds may be allocated as non-discretionary use for labor or other needs as determined by the artist.

For more information on how to apply, visit