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Arts in Education Grants
This program provides students with arts learning experiences that spark creativity, imagination, and innovation. AIE grant categories include cARTwheels, which tours some of the state’s finest artists to communities across North Carolina, and Artist Residencies, which supports artists working in schools or after school programs for 10 days or more. A new focus for this category will be artist residencies that address the needs of at-risk youth and curb the influence of gangs.
The Arts in Education (AIE) program provides support to schools and nonprofit organizations to strengthen the use of the arts in pre K–12 settings. We give priority to funding fees for professional artists to work in educational settings and collaborations between arts organizations and schools. Arts in Education grants are not intended to substitute for a school’s arts education program.
There are two AIE grant categories:
Deadline: Mar. 2, 2020