Arts and Creativity

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  • Supporting Arts Grant Program

    The FY22 application will be available soon.  You may preview the application questions HERE.  Supporting Arts grants provide unrestricted funding to help support Connecticut’s arts organizations and municipal arts departments as they pursue their missions. This type of grant is flexible and gives the grantee the ability to use the funds where they are most needed. Grants range from $1,000 to $15,000 depending upon the size of the organization.

  • Connecticut Arts Hero Awards

    The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards honor and celebrate Connecticut residents who are doing inspiring things in, for or through the arts in Connecticut.  If you know a special someone who has contributed significantly to the arts in Connecticut, please take a moment to nominate this individual.  The deadline to submit a nomination is Sunday, June 27, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

  • Creative Aging READI to Age Initiative

    READI to Age is an initiative to expand creative aging opportunities for teaching artists to work with older adult populations.

  • State Troubadour

    Find out about Connecticut’s State Troubadour, selected to help promote musical and cultural literacy throughout our state.  Currently accepting nominations.

  • CT Museums Kids Are Free Summer Initiative and Grant Program

    An initiative that will allow Connecticut children (18 and under) plus one accompanying adult to visit museums throughout the state free of charge from July 1 - September 6, 2021 and will provide funding to those participating museums.

  • Shuttered Venue Operator Grant

    Emergency assistance for eligible venues affected by the COVID pandemic.

  • Solidarity Statement from the Connecticut Office of the Arts and the Connecticut Arts Council

    This Solidarity Statement was created and approved by the members of Connecticut Arts Council and the staff of the Connecticut Office of the Arts.

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