Arts Education Grant

Arts Education Grant

Posted by Council on Culture & Arts (COCA)

Posted: Dec, 01, 2015

Funding

Website: http://coca.tallahasseearts.org/arts-education/arts-ed-grant

 850-224-2500

 816 S. ML King Jr. Blvd., Tallahassee, FL, Unknown

The goal of COCA’s Arts Education Grant is to remove financial barriers for arts educators to access resources and arts experiences for their students, materials and equipment for their classrooms, and arts specific professional development opportunities for their own continuing education.

This grant supports creative instructional approaches by funding arts related projects not supported by school budgets. This program is not intended to supplant other funding sources. Its purpose is to support arts teachers who have innovative ideas for enhancing their curriculum or allowing students access to supplemental learning experiences in and through the arts.

Eligibility: Are you a K-12 arts teacher from a public school or an accredited private school who:
•    Teaches during the traditional school day?
•    Focuses primarily on the instruction of dance, drama/theater, film/media arts, music, visual art?
•    Is located within Tallahassee/Leon County?
•    Is directly involved with the proposed project and agrees to act as the responsible party and primary contact person?
•    Complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances, including but not limited to those that bar discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, or disabilities?

YOU’RE ELIGIBLE!

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Funding for this program comes from a $5,000 Duke Energy Foundation Powerful Communities grant. The Duke Energy Foundation’s Powerful Communities program makes strategic investments to build powerful communities where our natural resources thrive, students can excel and a talented workforce drives economic prosperity for all. The Foundation annually funds more than $30 million to communities throughout Duke Energy’s seven-state service area.