Chapman Cultural Center has brought amazing Community Grant Programs that individual artists, as well as non-profits and government entities, are eligible to apply for. This program will reward up to $5,000 per application. Performing, visual, literary, artisanal, and folk arts are all fostered. The South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives assistance from the National Endowment for the Arts along with the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina, awards the grants quarterly. Each entire application will be reviewed and scored by the grants committee.
The funding recommendations of the applications will be presented to the Chapman Cultural Center’s Board of Trustees for a vote, and applicants will be notified of the results once the voting is completed. In typically, the review and voting procedure takes around a month from the application deadline, so please allow at least 30 days for the results to be received.
The Chapman Cultural Center is more than a place to visit. Many of Spartanburg’s arts and cultural organizations benefit from the organization’s financing and assistance. The educational programs include residencies by professional artists in music, dance, visual arts, literature, media, drama, and crafts to over 40,000 public and private school students throughout Spartanburg County. It allows Spartanburg’s professional arts groups to manage the event while providing the necessary financial assistance.
A brief description of the following scholarship is given below:
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Who is Eligible?
Professional artists over the age of 18 who live in Spartanburg County are eligible for grants. Applicants that need to buy/rent equipment and travel/research for a new idea. Workshops/skill development opportunities at the master’s level (non-degree-earning coursework) are eligible. Applicants with marketing/promotion experience are encouraged to apply. Projects for public art are welcome.
Applicants with capital improvements and real estate are ineligible to apply. It is not permitted to take classes or participate in practicums for college credit. The initiatives supported by the school are not open to the general public. In-school, curriculum-based projects with significant non-student participation are not accepted. The public is not permitted to view these projects.
How to Apply?
The applicants need to fill up an online application form on the Community Grants Program website.
The candidates will be benefitted from cultural leadership for Greater Spartanburg by expanding, enhancing, and promoting the arts, humanities, and sciences’ scope, excellence, and educational function, as well as their importance in our community’s life.
Applications are currently open. Candidates who are interested in this scheme can send their entry as early as possible to grab the best place in this program.