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The Grants for Arts Projects (GAP)

Type: Foundations
Source: National Endowment For The Arts
Program: The Grants for Arts Projects (GAP)
Eligibility: In most areas, funding is limited to organizations. (Direct awards to individuals are made only through Literature Fellowships, NEA Jazz Masters Fellowships, NEA Opera Honors, and NEA National Heritage Fellowships in the Folk & Traditional Arts.)
Purpose: The FY 2013 Grants For Arts Projects Guidelines, Including The Art Works And Challenge America Fast-Track Categories Have Been Posted. Deadlines: Art Works - March 8 And August 9, 2012; Challenge America - May 24, 2012. Click On A Discipline/field Below For More Specific Information.

The FY 2012 Our Town Guidelines Have Been Posted. Deadline: March 1, 2012.

Federal Partnership Opportunities Such As The National Arts And Humanities Youth Program Awards Are Listed Within The Disciplines/fields.

Artist Communities

Arts Education

Dance

Design

Folk & Traditional Arts

Literature

Local Arts Agencies

Media Arts
Museums

Music

Opera

Presenting

State And Regional

Theater & Musical Theater

Visual Arts

Deadline: 05-24-2012
Quantity: Unknown
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Have questions? Should I contact Grants.gov or the NEA?

You should contact Grants.gov for:
•ALL questions related to registration (e.g., help in completing all of the steps in registration; checking on your registration status; verifying or updating your registration information).

•Help in applying through Grants.gov, i.e., the mechanics of getting your application through the system.


Grants.gov Contact Information
The Grants.gov Contact Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Telephone:1-800-518-4726
E-mail: support@grants.gov
Web site: www.grants.gov

You should contact the Arts Endowment for:
•Questions about your specific project or the content of your application (e.g., eligibility, the appropriate discipline/field for your project, project breadth, consortium projects).

Please contact the Arts Endowment ONLY after you have reviewed the guidelines and the Frequently Asked Questions. You should contact the staff for the category and/or discipline that is most appropriate for your project.
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