Artists’ Mini-Grants applications due Feb. 28
Jim Howells adjusts new lighting for the Iron County Acoustic Music Association purchased with a Cedar City Arts Council Artists’ Mini-Grant, photo courtesy of Cedar City Arts Council

Artists’ Mini-Grants applications due Feb. 28

Artists and art organizations can apply for the Cedar City Arts Council’s Artists’ Mini-Grants, but applications are due Feb. 28.

Past projects have included funding for lights for the Iron County Acoustic Music Association, art supplies for after-school art programs, an easel for an artist, funding for a string bass case, music for a children’s choir, music for the Red Rock Singers, registration for an art teacher’s art workshop, money to help non-RAP groups pay for venue rental, and more.

Grant funds may be used to purchase supplies, equipment, rent displays, performance venues, mileage, registration costs to attend educational or training sessions, promotional advertising, or other needs as revealed in the grant application. The goal is to broaden the cultural landscape through unusual, unique, and innovative ideas, events, and projects.

Applicants should include samples of previous work with applications. The Cedar City Arts Council Grants Committee reviews the applications and offers several grants each cycle. Members of the council help fund this project with their memberships to increase the artist offerings of our area. Membership information is available here. The application and more information are available here.

The Cedar City Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the arts in Iron County.  Its mission is to foster a thriving arts community in Iron County through advocacy, appreciation, education, and support. The organization is completely volunteer-run, and all of the funds it receives through donations or memberships are used to help the arts thrive in this community. The Cedar City Arts Council works to promote local art and artists.

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