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Folklife and Traditional Arts Project Grants

Deadline: July 17, 2020
(for projects between November 1, 2020 – October 31, 2021)

Grant Coordinator: Kayla Schweitzer
kayla.schweitzer@dncr.nh.gov
(603) 271-0795

Update: Match will not be required for FY21 grant applications

Folklife and Traditional Arts Project Grants support both ongoing and new projects that focus on presenting, cultivating, documenting, and preserving folklife and traditional arts in New Hampshire. The goals of this funding category are to promote a deeper appreciation for and a better understanding of folklife traditions and traditional arts so that they continue to be a meaningful and visible part of our community life, support and nurture traditional artists so that they can continue to preserve these living traditions, and document the variety of folklife traditions and traditional arts so that future generations may continue to benefit from them.

  • Click here to download the grant guidelines in PDF format.
  • Click here to download the budget form in MS Excel format.
  • Click here to download the budget form in PDF format.
  • Click here to start the online application.

Please click here to download written instructions on how to fill out the online application.

Please watch the video tutorials below for more information.

Online Application System Instructional Video

 

Budget Form Instructional Video

 

We strongly recommend that you attend a workshop for more information on the grant program and online system. Please click here for a schedule.

For accessibility accommodation requests including alternate formats please contact Cassandra Mason at Cassandra.mason@dncr.nh.gov or 603-271-7926. 


Last updated: April 1, 2020
 
 
 
 
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