BAC gives grants, presents free and affordable arts events, trains artists and arts professionals, teaches students, incubates new projects and promotes artists and cultural groups across our borough. As Brooklyn’s cultural anchor since 1966, BAC has also been the catalyst helping the arts community grow. We continually evaluate and evolve what we do to meet the changing times, and keep our commitment to community engagement, diversity and inclusion when it comes to the arts in our borough.

Included here are BAC's current, live applications. Please contact Submittable directly if you have any issues with the online form. For application questions, please contact the BAC department indicated in the guidelines of the application. 

Submit this form to share information about your project with Brooklyn Arts Council's Grants and Communications teams.

We can use this to schedule posts about your project through our social media accounts.

If you would like us to share in advance about a specific performance, exhibition, or presentation date, please submit 3 weeks in advance so there is time to schedule accordingly.

Use this form to submit your 2022 Final Report(s). 

If you received multiple awards for different projects, please fill out this form for each project.

Please contact Lauren Nordvig, Programs Manager, at lnordvig@brooklynartscouncil.org with any questions.

DUE: 30 days after project end date; no later than end-of-day January 15, 2023 (unless you've applied for an Extension)

To complete your Final Report, you will need:

  • Project Budget excel file on which you submitted your Application and Project Revision budgets. You can find your application by logging into your Submittable account and clicking on ‘Submissions.’ Your budget should be downloadable from either your Application or your Change of Scope form. Your final report is not considered complete until your final budget is uploaded.
  • Audience attendance numbers and demographics. Provide as accurate an assessment as possible and you can use data from digital offerings as well (# of views, shares, new website traffic, etc). 
  • Supplemental financial, marketing documentation. This should include:      
  • A Cover Sheet indicating exactly what BAC funds were used for and showing how your math adds up to the total BAC grant amount. [These amounts are listed in your Grant Agreement(s)].
  • Copies of receipts, cancelled checks, or paid invoices to artists documenting how funds were spent are optional, but recommended for your own accounting practices         
    • Copies of any publicity/promotional material from the project (flyers, postcards, etc.)  To complete this form, you must be logged into your Submittable account  – the one with which you applied.
       

     

Please note that you must click 'Apply Now' in order for us to view your form. We cannot view forms saved as drafts.

Use this form to submit high-resolution images of your artworks and performances for promotional purposes on Brooklyn Arts Council social media,  website, and other collateral.

By filling out and  submitting this form, you grant Brooklyn Arts Council permission to use your likeness in a photograph, video, or other digital media for use in publication, promotional material, and on web-based platforms, without payment or other consideration.

Use this form to request an Extension if you will not be able to complete your project in 2022. 

A member of the BAC Grants Department will contact you to let you know whether or not your project changes have been approved. If approved, you'll have until March 15th 2023 to complete your public component, and until March 30th to turn in your Final Report.

Feel free to contact Lauren Nordvig, Programs Manager at lnordvig@brooklynartscouncil.org with any questions.



 

Please fill out this short form if you are interested in serving as a Grant Panelist for our 2023 Cycle. 

We also encourage you to send this form to other folks you feel would make great Panelists - we want to reach a wide range of arts & culture experts throughout Brooklyn. This is a great learning opportunity for artists who have been/would like to be Grantees...we'll try to find a panelist slot in a fund you are not applying to so you can benefit from this professional development opportunity!  

Deadline: October 20, 2022

Early submissions are encouraged, but Nominations after that date will still be accepted and reviewed in the case there is still a need. 


Panel nominees should be reliable individuals with a commitment to the arts, knowledge of Brooklyn communities, and expertise in an artistic discipline, arts administration, or community arts programming.

BAC strives to appoint panels that are diverse in terms of ethnicity, gender, age, culture, geographic representation, and artistic focus.  Because of the need to form well-balanced panels, we may not be able to consider all the qualified people who are nominated.

Panelist duties include:

- Reviewing a Panelist Training Video & Handbook; submitting paperwork for payment 

- Scoring of 15-45 applications (scores due one week before Panel Day)

- Participation in group review during day-long panel meeting with 2-6 other panelists (most likely on Zoom)

- Availability during late October '22 - January '23


Panelists receive:

- Honorarium ranging from $75-$150, dependent on # of applications reviewed

- Public recognition of panel service and an invitation to the annual Grantee Celebration


Questions? Email lnordvig@brooklynartscouncil.org. 

Thank you for providing this vital information on your SU-CASA 2021 Residency. This data will be shared with Department of Cultural Affairs and other city agencies to demonstrate the impact of arts programs for older Brooklynites. This final report is due on or before July 9.

Brooklyn Arts Council