Selected Grants, Opportunities, and Resources

This tool showcases a selection of some of the national grants, opportunities, and resources provided by each Regional Arts Organization. Explore some of the opportunities that may be available to you, or go directly to your RAO to go deeper into opportunities customized for your area!

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CreativeGround

Resource (For Individuals, Organizations)

CreativeGround is a community-generated and free tool that provides visibility, connection, and information to support a region-wide creative network. Spotlighting the stories, relationships, and data of the creative people and places at work in New England activates our creative community with more resources.

New England Foundation For The Arts
New England Foundation For The Arts
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ArtsHERE

Grant (For Organizations) – $130,000

Through grants of $65,000 to $130,000 and peer learning opportunities, ArtsHERE invests in organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to equity within their practices and programming.

South Arts
South Arts
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National Leaders of Color Fellowship

Opportunity (For Individuals)

The National Leaders of Color Fellowship is a strategic leadership development program for BIPOC leaders nationwide who are committed to the advancement of cultural equity in the arts. 

Western States Arts Federation
Western States Arts Federation
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Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit

Opportunity (For Individuals, Organizations)

An annual gathering of Southern & Appalachian artists, community leaders, educators, and other professionals exploring how arts and cultural activities help make communities more inclusive, connected, and resilient.

South Arts
South Arts
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Center Stage

Opportunity (For Organizations)

Building cross-cultural connections by bringing vibrant international performers to the U.S. in partnership with the U.S. Department of State.

New England Foundation For The Arts
New England Foundation For The Arts