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  • National Endowment for the Arts Guidelines Webinar Folk & Traditional Arts Barry Bergey - Director
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  • Todays Overview Welcome Applying to Art Works Folk & Traditional Arts Overview How to Apply Q & A
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  • The National Endowment for the Arts: is a public agency dedicated to advancing artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. awards grants to arts organizations of all sizes across all 50 states and 6 U.S. territories.
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  • Applying to Art Works Art Works: Its guiding principles is at the center of everything we do at the NEA, referring to: The works of art themselves The ways art works on audiences Art is work for the artists and arts professionals who make up the field
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  • Applying to Art Works Art Works supports four outcomes: Creation: The creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence. Engagement: Public engagement with diverse and excellent art. Learning: Lifelong learning in the arts. Livability: The strengthening of communities through the arts.
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  • Applying to Art Works Innovation is strongly encouraged in the projects we support as a way to ensure the vitality of the arts Innovative projects: Are likely to prove transformative with the potential for meaningful change. Are distinctive, offering fresh insights and new value for their fields and/or the public through unconventional solutions. Have the potential to be shared and/or emulated, or are likely to lead to other advances in the field.
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  • Applying to Art Works Art Works supports projects in many disciplines: Artist CommunitiesMuseums Arts EducationMusic DanceOpera DesignPresenting & Multi- Folk & Traditional Arts disciplinary Works LiteratureTheater & Musical Local Arts Agencies Theater Media ArtsVisual Arts
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  • Applying to Art Works Who May Apply? Arts organizations Arts service organizations Local arts agencies Official units of state or local governments School districts Federally recognized tribal communities and tribes Other non-profit organizations
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  • Applying to Art Works Requirements Nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status Three-year history of programming Meet reporting requirements on any previous NEA awards
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  • Applying to Art Works Grant Amounts and Application Limits Grant requests range from $10,000 to $100,000 One-to-one match for project budget Organizations may submit only one application under the FY 2015 Grants for Arts Projects guidelines, with limited exceptions such as: Parent (and Related) Organizations Applicants to Media Arts (July deadline) Applications to another category such as Our Town See the guidelines for other information on application limits
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  • Applying to Art Works Grant Review Process Level 1: Panel Level 2: National Council on the Arts Level 3: NEA Chairman Review Criteria: Artistic Excellence and Artistic Merit
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  • Art Works Processing Timeline: Application Deadline:February 20, 2014July 24, 2014 NEA-GO Upload:March 6-20, 2014August 7-21, 2014 Panel Review:Summer 2014Fall 2014 National Council on the Arts Review: October 2014March 2015 Notification:November 2014April 2015 Earliest Project Start Date:January 1, 2015June 1, 2015
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  • Folk & Traditional Arts Overview The folk and traditional arts are rooted in and reflective of the cultural life of a community. Community members may share a common ethnic heritage, cultural mores, language, religion, occupation, or geographic region. These vital and constantly reinvigorated artistic traditions are shaped by values and standards of excellence that are passed from generation to generation, most often within family and community, through demonstration, conversation, and practice. Genres of artistic activity include, but are not limited to, music, dance, crafts, and oral expression.
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  • Folk & Traditional Arts Overview Deadlines February 20, 2014 Projects must have a start date after Jan. 1, 2015 Creation Engagement Livability July 24, 2014 Projects must have a start date after June 1, 2015 Learning Engagement
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  • Folk & Traditional Arts Overview Deadlines February 20, 2014 Projects must have a start date after Jan. 1, 2015 Creation The creation of new work based on tradition Engagement Public performances Exhibitions Festivals Workshops and demonstrations Touring Media projects (such as film, video, radio, and the Internet) Innovative uses of new models, technology, or new media to present and/or foster appreciation of folk and traditional arts
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  • Folk & Traditional Arts Overview February 20th, 2014 (continued) Projects must have a start date after Jan. 1, 2015 Livability Folk and traditional arts festivals, performances, and other activities in public spaces that are intended to foster community interaction and/or enhance the unique characteristics of a community.
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  • Folk & Traditional Arts Overview Deadlines July 24, 2014 Projects must have a start date after June 1 st, 2015. Learning Education and related activities for youth, adults, intergenerational groups, and schools. Workshops, residencies, mentorships, and apprenticeship programs. Engagement Public programs that raise awareness of cultural heritage Identification and documentation of artists and artistic resources Conservation of and public access to archival material Conferences and gatherings of artists Technical assistance and provision of cultural expertise to arts organizations. Innovative uses of new models, technology, or new media to present and/or foster appreciation of folk and traditional arts
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  • Applying to Art Works Find our guidelines online at: arts.gov in the Apply for a Grant section Find our guidelines online at: arts.gov in the Apply for a Grant section
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  • Select Grants to Organizations. W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY
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  • Select Art Works to learn more about the category. Browse through Key Information for Applicants for other important information. Select Art Works to learn more about the category. Browse through Key Information for Applicants for other important information. W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY
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  • H OW TO A PPLY After you read about the Art Works category, select DISCIPLINE to apply. W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY
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  • H OW TO A PPLY Read about the project types supported at each deadline. Then select How to Prepare and Submit an Application as well as the instructions to get started. Read about the project types supported at each deadline. Then select How to Prepare and Submit an Application as well as the instructions to get started. W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY
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  • H OW TO A PPLY From the How To Apply page, you can access a static version of the Grant Application Form W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY
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  • H OW TO A PPLY W EBSITE R EDESIGN : H OW TO A PPLY This is a PDF version that will allow you to see the information collected on the Grant Application Form
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  • H OW TO A PPLY On each page there is a box with Arts Works Resources. From here you can access helpful resources such as recent grants, an accessibility checklist, program evaluation resources, and sample application narratives On each page there is a box with Arts Works Resources. From here you can access helpful resources such as recent grants, an accessibility checklist, program evaluation resources, and sample application narratives W EBSITE R EDESIGN : R ESOURCES
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  • How to Apply Step 1 of 2: Submit through Grants.gov (February 20 or July 24 deadline): SF-424 (Application for Federal Domestic Assistance) This is the only item you submit through Grants.gov. If it is not successfully submitted by the deadline you will be unable to submit your other materials in NEA-GO.
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  • How to Apply About Grants.gov Grants.gov is an online, government-wide electronic application system through which all applicants must submit Dont wait until immediately before your deadline; submit no later than 10 days prior to the deadline You are required to change your password every 90 days Obtain a DUNS number and register with SAM (System for Award Management) in order to use Grants.govallow at least 2 weeks for registration or renewal See www.grants.gov for more details or call 1-800-518-4726www.grants.gov
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  • How to Apply Step 2 of 2: Submit through NEA-GO (March 6- 20; or August 7-21): NEA Grant Application Form (including answers to narrative questions, financial info, bios) Items to Upload (Programmatic activities list, statements of support, special items, and work samples)
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  • How to Apply NEA GrantsOnline System (NEA-GO) You will submit work samples electronically using the NEA-GO system two weeks after submitting your application Prepare your work samples well in advance of the application deadline and have them ready to upload once NEA-GO becomes available to you
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