Announcing California Arts Council Grant Season


Announcing California Arts Council
Grant Season

State arts grants will support organizational operations, individuals, and project-based activities; prioritizing relief and recovery for organizations and individuals impacted by COVID-19

The California Arts Council announced the opening of its 2021 grant season, with applications now being accepted for two of its six grants, responding to the current and urgent needs of the state’s arts workforce and businesses.

The California Arts Council is a state agency with a mission of strengthening arts, culture, and creative expression as the tools to cultivate a better California for all. The Arts Council is California’s only public arts grants provider with funding that is accessible to all 58 California counties. As a state agency, the Arts Council prioritizes racial equity and has a broad geographic reach into communities of all sizes. California’s arts sector is large and diverse, and its businesses and workforce are a significant contributor to our state economy and identity.

“The arts are an essential part of the California ecosystem, and we are made all the more aware of their importance during these troubled times,” said Nashormeh Lindo, Chair of the California Arts Council. “As we open another grant season, we hope to help center our communities’ healing and resilience by carefully considering what the Council and the agency can do to best support the creative practices of artists and arts organizations in those communities, to help them survive this upheaval and uncertainty and to creatively thrive in the future.”

Read the full announcement here

2021 Grants Overview Webinar

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 11:00 AM

Learn how to apply for state arts funding! In this live webinar, staff will provide an overview of the California Arts Council's six grant opportunities for 2021, highlighting what's new and noteworthy this year. An archived video of this session will be published on our website following the webinar. The webinar will include closed captioning and Spanish interpretation. El taller incluirá subtítulos e interpretación al español. Register here.

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