The American Rescue Plan funds administered by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will be awarded to support jobs in the arts and culture sector, keep the doors open to nonprofit organizations nationwide, and assist the arts and culture field in recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. This specialized grant process is distinct from other NEA grantmaking opportunities, and eligible nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply, whether or not they are prior NEA grantees. In “Preparing to Apply for American Rescue Plan Grants from the NEA,” a free webinar hosted by the League of American Orchestras on Wednesday, July 14 at 3:00pm Eastern/Noon Pacific, NEA Music Director Ann Meier Baker and NEA Music Specialist Court Burns will provide an overview of the American Rescue Plan Grants for Organizations; share information on determining eligibility, how to apply, and tips for your application; and provide time for questions and answers. This webinar will be recorded and is free to all participants.
Learn more and register to watch “Preparing to Apply for American Rescue Plan Grants from the NEA” at 3:00pm Eastern/Noon Pacific on Wednesday, July 14. If you can’t attend the webinar live, register here to receive the recording.
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