- Arts organization and school must be located in California.
- Arts organization must have a minimum 3-year history of programming at the time of application.
- Arts organization must be a nonprofit arts organization or unit of government, or use a fiscal receiver.For arts organization without nonprofit status, but meeting all other requirements and using a fiscal receiver: fiscal receivers must have similar organizational goals and meet the same eligibility requirements above for arts organization applicants. Fiscal receiver is responsible for meeting all fiscal and administrative obligations for the grant, and must enter into a formal agreement with arts organization on the management of grant funds and responsibilities associated with the completion of the project.
- Professional teaching artists must show at least 3 years professional experience in the artistic discipline to be taught, be California residents, and not be full-time students in a degree program.
- Professional artists and other personnel must be compensated at a level for persons similarly employed elsewhere.
Monday, January 21, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
grant activity period:
October 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014
- AIS 2013-14 guidelines for In School and After School Grants
- AIS Planning Grant 2013-14 guidelines
- AIS guidelines for 2012-2013 grantees eligible for second-year funding two year funded organization guidelines
- Guidelines for submission of work samples for AIS Programs
california cultural data project
Required! The California Arts Council requires all applicants to fill out a profile through the California Cultural Data Project and submit a Funder Report along with their application. Complete this part of your submission at the California Cultural Data Project.