DEADLINE EXTENDED: Friday, September 30, 2016.
*Applicants must download and review all application materials from brooklynartscouncil.org
prior to beginning an application. All applications must be submitted online.
Applicant eligibility*: Brooklyn-based artists, artist collectives and
Brooklyn-based 501c3 organizations that do not receive funding directly from DCA are invited to apply.
Project eligibility*: High-quality local performing,
visual, literary, interdisciplinary and/or multi-disciplinary arts projects that engage a diverse array of Brooklyn’s
communities. All proposals must show other sources of income for at least 10% of the overall budget.
This program is appropriate for arts and culture makers developing projects that contribute to the rich creative experiences that engage audiences all across the borough. Competitive applicants will clearly identify the audience they strive to reach, and articulate how the project’s outcome(s) will impact the cultural life of the borough. Brooklyn-based 501c3 organizations and individual artists with Brooklyn residency may apply directly to this program. Program areas of funding include: dance, film/video/media, folk arts, interdisciplinary arts literary arts, multi-disciplinary projects, music/opera, theater/musical theater, performing arts community education and visual arts/crafts.
Funding is made possible through the
generous support of the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York
City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) in partnership with the New York City
Council and Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams. Additional support is
provided by MetroPlus Health Plan.
Visit brooklynartscouncil.org for complete guidelines and a downloadable PDF of application questions, for your reference.
In order to apply, you will need to scroll down and create an account with Submittable if you do not already have one. Your BAC log-in information will not work on Submittable.
Contact BAC Grants at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about crafting your application.