Arts and Community: Funding Opportunities and Resources from the National Endowment for the Arts
and Community: Funding Opportunities and Resources from the National
Endowment for the Arts
Schupbach, National Endowment for the Arts
20, 2014 (Monday)
PM - Eastern Time
This webinar will
explain funding and resources provided by the National Endowment for the Arts
to support arts-based community development activities. Through its
programs the Endowment supports American communities in their efforts to engage
the arts in making places more livable. It will explain Challenge America Fast
Track, Art Works, and Our Town funding guidelines and walk through some new
resources that provide technical assistance to communities.
is the Director of Design Programs for the National Endowment for the Arts,
where he oversees all design and creative placemaking grantmaking and
partnerships, including Our Town and Design Art Works grants, the Mayor’s
Institute on City Design, the Citizens’ Institute on Rural Design, and the
NEA’s involvement in the HUD Sandy Recovery Taskforce Rebuild by Design
Registration: There is no registration and no fee
for attending this webinar.
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The webinar will
be recorded and archived at http://ncrcrd.msu.edu/ncrcrd/chronological%5Farchive.