CCT: Arts Catalyze Placemaking Program


COA Grant Options
(formerly Arts Catalyze Placemaking Program)
 

The Arts Catalyze Placemaking (ACP) Program is no longer referenced and categories once offered in FY15 have been revised and/or expanded as individual programs for FY16.  Overview of Revisions from FY15 to FY16. 

2016 Office of the Arts GRANTS-AT-A-GLANCE provides an overview of the five (5) project-based programs and the one (1) operating support program offered by COA.  Full guidelines to all programs will be posted soon (updated 3.10.15)  Please join the staff of the CT Office of the Arts at one of the upcoming information sessions to learn more.  IF you cannot attend, please view COA's PowerPoint presentation.

FY2016 Arts-Based PROJECT Grants

  • Arts Learning: arts in education projects
  • Arts & Community Impact: community development projects with cross sector partner(s)
  • Public Art Community (PAC) Projects Program: community-based public art projects that engage partners
    • Creative Arts Promoting Preservation (CAPP) Program: arts-based projects that promote historic properties/sites
    • Regional Initiative Grants: localized support for small arts-based projects

    FY2016 General OPERATING Support

    FY2016 Intent to Apply:
    To assist COA with the process of reviewing and confirming eligibility, applicants are required to submit an Intent to Apply and will not be eligible to submit an application without prior approval.  
     

    Submit your Intent to Apply by logging on at https://coa.fluidreview.com/.  New users must “sign up” and create an account while returning users may simply “sign in.”  Select FY2016 Intent to Apply from the drop down menu.

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    The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) is committed to conducting a fair and transparent granting process. For information on the review process for most of the agency's competitive grant programs, including the Arts Catalyze Placemaking – Arts Leadership grant program, please read our Grant Review Process.

    PLACEMAKING
    SPOTLIGHTS

    Click on an image below for an overview of the ACP project.

    STATEWIDE

    {Community Partners in Action}
    Community Partners

    in Action


    HARTFORD

    {Amistad Center}
    The Amistad Center for
    Art & Culture

    {Anne Cubberly}
    Anne Cubberly

    MIDDLETOWN

    {A Broken Umbrella Theatre}
    A Broken
    Umbrella Theatre





     





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