CCT: Arts Catalyze Placemaking Program


Arts Catalyze Placemaking Program


Final Reports are now available with the due date of Wednesday, October 1, 2014.  Grantees must complete the final report using COA's on-line e-granting portal accessible at https://coa.fluidreview.com/

The Arts Catalyze Placemaking (ACP) Program was created to invest in the state's arts-based cultural activities and infrastructure in ways that will advance the attractiveness and competitiveness of Connecticut cities, towns, and villages as meaningful communities in which to live, work, learn and play.
 
The FY15 program consisted of three (3) distinct categories with separate guidelines prepared for each category. 
The At-A-Glance chart provides applicants with a snap-shot of the entire FY15 Arts Catalyze Placemaking grant program.  While the chart provides an excellent overview of the program, be sure to carefully read the ACP category specific guidelines for complete information. 
 
 
INQUIRIES:  If you have questions please email: acp.questions@ct.gov.  Responses will be posted on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) site on a regular basis. 
 
 
OUTCOMES and EVALUATION:  The ACP program is designed with an evaluation component that asks applicants to align their goals and priority outcomes with those of COA.  Provided below are two PowerPoint presentations developed in FY13 which provide an overview of the Goals and Priority Outcomes Table
 
BUDGET DOCUMENTS: (MS Excel documents)
 
RESOURCES:
 
OTHER APPLICABLE ACP DOCUMENTS:
 

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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