Information about New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation Community Partnership Grants for 2016-17 is now available. For more information and application forms, click here.
From the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation:
ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
After reading the guidelines for the grant category that interests you, access the application form through our online portal here: https://new-orleans-jh.fluidreview.com/.
2016-2017 GRANT CYCLE
Applications for the next round of Community Partnership Grants - the 2016-2017 grant cycle - are available now. The deadline to apply is July 1, 2016. All applications must be submitted through our online grant portal by 11:59 p.m. on that date....
2015-2016 GRANT CYCLE
In the 2015-2016 grant cycle, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation received a total of 227 applications across four categories. Of those, 196 - or 86.3 percent - were awarded funding. The total amount of funding distributed was $601,264.18, a 17 percent increase from the amount distributed last year and a nearly 40 percent increase from the amount distributed two years ago.
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP GRANTS
We are offering grants of up to $5,000 in four categories:
Jazz & Heritage In-School Education Programs in Music, Arts and Cultural Traditions. This category supports music and arts instruction that takes place at Louisiana K-12 schools during the regular school day. Schools may apply for money to pay for instruments/instrument repair, sheet music, art supplies or other needed materials. Only one application per school is allowed.
Jazz & Heritage After-School and Summer Education Programs in Music, Arts and Cultural Traditions. This category supports after-school and summer educational arts programs offered by nonprofit organizations and Louisiana K-12 schools. Organizations may apply for money only to pay the professional service fees of the artists or educators who will do the instruction.
Jazz Journey Presenting: Festivals and Concerts in Music and Performing Arts. This category supports employment for Louisiana performing artists by providing funding to Louisiana-based nonprofit arts organizations that hire Louisiana-based musicians or other performing artists to perform at cultural events in the state. Only arts-based organizations in Louisiana may apply.
Jazz & Heritage Archive: Documentation and Preservation. This category supports the creation, documentation or exhibition of art works that document or interpret the indigenous culture of Louisiana. Individuals and non-profits may apply. Priority will be given to Louisiana-based applicants.
The guidelines and application forms for all four categories are available in the Downloads section below. Those awarded funding will be notified by Sept. 15.
For more information and application forms, click here.