NDCA awarded $947,479 in ten different grant programs for fiscal year 2022. Grant programs include Art for Life, Arts in Education Collaboration, Artist in Residence, Community Arts Access Tier 1 & Tier 2, Folk & Traditional Arts Apprenticeship, Partner Letters of Agreements, Institutional Support, Individual Artist Fellowship, Professional Development, and Special Projects. All applications were evaluated by grant review panels and subject to approval by NDCA’s board of directors. A complete list of the FY22 grantees and their awards is available via this link.
2022 will be the fifth anniversary of the North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival. The state-wide exhibition of human rights, civil rights, and social justice-related work will begin accepting submissions on Wednesday, September 8. All mediums of artwork are accepted and will be reviewed by a Jury as part of the selection process.
The festival will open in January 2022 at the Plains Art Museum and travel to museums and galleries throughout North Dakota until November.
General descriptions of the NDCA grant programs, complete guidelines and application instructions for these, and other NDCA grant programs, are available on NDCA’s website at https://www.arts.nd.gov/grants.