Contact: Roxana Barba | firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlos Caballero | email@example.com
Maximum Request: $2,000
Funded by Miami-Dade County and in partnership with FUNDarte, the Artist Access Grant Program is designed to assist practicing, professional artists in any medium or discipline residing in Miami-Dade County pursue opportunities that will advance their practice and careers in demonstrable ways.
Eligible opportunities include artistic professional development and skill-building opportunities such as specialized workshops, artist residencies, technique classes with master artists, conferences, teaching artist training, arts leadership training and other non-credit artistic learning opportunities (in person or virtual). Applicants must demonstrate how the potential, timeliness, and impact of the opportunities will forward the artist’s career.
Project-oriented opportunities (such as exhibits or performances that consist of presenting work to the public), professional certification, certificate, degree-seeking opportunities, opportunities presented by students (high school, undergraduate, graduate and any student enrolled in a degree program at the time of application) and touring engagements are not eligible for funding consideration. Costs associated with the presentation of exhibits or performances (such as installation expenses, supplies and materials and other project-related expenses) are not eligible.
NOTICE REGARDING TRAVEL FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
The Artist Access Program is accepting applications for in-person professional development opportunities that require travel outside of Miami-Dade County. The Department of Cultural Affairs strongly recommends each applicant check the Center for Disease Control and Prevention advisories for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals prior to travel. Applicants who wish to move forward with a travel-related request and are funded by the panel are advised they are proceeding at their own risk. Artist Access Program funding support does not assume direct or indirect responsibility for any consequences associated with an applicant’s decision to travel.
How to apply:
The applicant’s deadline to apply must correspond to the funding period in which the professional development opportunity takes place (please refer to the FUNDING PERIOD in the table below). The Artist Access Grant Program utilizes SurveyMonkey Apply for application submission. Click GRANTS, then SurveyMonkey Apply to access the application portal page.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the Artist Access Pre-Submission Workshop prior to the application’s corresponding cycle deadline. Staff will be available to answer questions and review the program’s eligibility criteria, application, and final report requirements. A consultation with the program administrator is not requirement to apply.
ART Grants Program Timeline*
|Oct 1, 2023 - March 31, 2024||
April 1, 2024 – September 30, 2024
|September 1, 2023||
February 5, 2024
Pre-Submission Workshop (optional)
September 6, 2023 - 4 PM via Zoom (recording will be available after the workshop)
|Application Deadline||October 9, 2023 - 11:59 PM||March 11, 2024 - 11:59 PM|
|Panel Meeting||November 2, 2023
(subject to change)
|April 4, 2024
(subject to change)
|Funds Distributed to Grantees||By reimbursement upon receipt of final report||By reimbursement upon receipt of final report|
*Dates/times subject to change.
How to apply:
Artists may apply by submitting an online application through the Department’s online grants program portal page: SurveyMonkey Apply
A consultation with the program administrator is not required to apply.
For details and FAQs click here.