COVID-19 Resources for Artists and Arts Organizations
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Provides funding to support access to the arts for all abilities through program and services, planning and training, and artist engagement.
Provides recognition and funding support for CT artists to pursue new work and advance their artisitc careers.
Providing greater access to and professional development in the Higher Order Thinking Approach.
Encourages arts engagement, arts integration, arts exploration and discovery experiences for learners of all ages
The Connecticut Office of the Arts will no longer be offering the Arts Project Grant Program.
Provides grants to arts organizations that have raised $15,000 or more in total donor contributions for two consecutive fiscal years.
The State will provide up to $9 million in grants to help non-profit arts nonprofit organizations recover more quickly from the impact of COVID-19.
Supports arts administrators in Connecticut as they pursue professional development opportunities that will advance their careers in arts administration.
If you have a COA grant to support a program or event taking place during this time of increased concern, be aware that COA will allow you to postpone and reschedule, and will if necessary extend the grant project period. Be sure to contact your program manager via email to alert them to the change.
Invests COA resources in specific, values driven initiatives to accomplish priority goals defined in its strategic plan.
Provides unrestricted funding to help support Connecticut’s arts organizations and municipal arts departments as they pursue their mission.