Arts Access Micro-Grant Application

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The Arts Access Micro-Grant is designed to reimburse organizations working across all disciplines, including folk and traditional, performing, visual, or literary incorporated in the M-AAA region for services that increase the ability of persons with disabilities and persons with limited English proficiency to access artistically excellent and meritorious arts programs. 

This grant engages and deepens the impact of in-person or virtual livestreaming arts programming for persons with disabilities and person with limited English proficiency.  engage and deepen the impact of arts programming on regional audiences through exposure, interaction and outreach activity.

 
All applicants are encouraged to review additional resources provided For Applicants and Grantees
 I. APPLICANT ORGANIZATION INFORMATION
This is the Organization's name as it appears on its Federal IRS 501(c)3 Determination Letter.
Numbers only.
Numbers only.
Numbers only.
numbers only, no dash or hyphen
numbers only. no dash or hyphen.
Select the Applicant's art practice in general, which may not necessarily be the same as that involved in this project.
18. Organization Contact Person
19. Organization's Accessibility Information
II. ACCESS SERVICE PROVIDER INFORMATION
The feature presentation artist CANNOT be from the applicant organization's state.
If the artist is on a regional state arts agency roster, the link to that listing will suffice.

23. Access Service Contact Person Information


III. GENERAL EVENT INFORMATION
Event Schedule: Live In-Person

Describe the arts event or activities this micro grant will make more accessible to the public. Be as specific as possible.
How will the applicant measure the success of the events or activities supported by this micro-grant?
This is the venue at which this activity takes place.
33/34/35. Event and Venue Accessibility
Event Schedule: Streamed Online

Describe the arts event or activities this micro grant will make more accessible to the public. Be as specific as possible.
How will the applicant measure the success of the activity or events supported by this micro-grant?
e.g., Zoom, YouTube, FaceBook Live, etc.
34/35 Event Streamed Online Accessibility
Both Event Schedule: Live In-Person Simultaneously Live Streaming

Describe the arts event or activities this micro grant will make more accessible to the public. Be as specific as possible.
How will the applicant measure the success of the event or activity supported by this micro-grant?
This is the venue at which this activity takes place.
33/34/35. Venue and Event Accessibility
e.g., Zoom, YouTube, FaceBook Live, etc.
33/34/35. Event Streamed Online Accessibility
III. EVENT BUDGET
Include information that is relevant to the events described in this grant application.
Round all amounts up to the nearest dollar.
Event Expenses
$
This should reflect the total amount noted in all access service contracts or memos of understanding. Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.
$
Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.
$
Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.
$
Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.
$
Include compensation for administrative and artistic personnel paid on a salary basis and other contract services directly involved in the activities that will take place between the start and end dates noted. Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.
$
Event Income
$
Minimum $250 - Maximum $1,000. Round up to the nearest dollar. Numbers only.

$
This includes any anticipated funding for this event from a federal agency. Numbers only.

$
This includes any anticipated funding for this event from a state agency. Numbers only.

$
This includes any anticipated funding for this event from a local organization, foundation, or agency. Numbers only.

$
This includes cash donations (including items or services that are provided by the applicant organization) and revenue (including ticket sales or other participation fees) that are expected for the event. Numbers only.
$
Certification
The applicant confirms that neither it nor its principals is presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from receiving federal funding by any federal department or agency

Nondiscrimination Statutes
The applicant certifies by checking the box below that all information contained in this application is true and further, it does not discriminate:
  • on the grounds of race, color or national origin (including limited English proficiency), in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq.) (Justice.gov website);
  • on the basis of physical or mental disability in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA.gov website);
  • on the basis of age, in accordance with the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 U.S.C.6101 et seq.) (house.gov website); and
  • on the basis of sex, in any education program or activity, in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. 1681 et seq. (Justice.gov website).

By virtue of checking the box below and submitting this form online I, the representative of the applicant, certify that all information contained in this application is true.