Support for arts projects that focus on increasing access to underserved and underrepresented people.
Support for new applicants for arts projects which focus on increasing access to underserved and underrepresented people.
Locally administered grants for arts projects focusing on community priorities.
Support for projects that demonstrate creative and innovative arts learning programming in community settings.
Funding for arts integration projects to improve instruction and increase student outcomes through arts integration.
The Arts Education Teacher Training grant provides funds for intensive professional development.
Support for arts projects and activities across all disciplines that focus on community vitality and engagement in urban counties.
Support for whole-school arts integration programs to improve instruction and increase student outcomes through arts integration.
Funding to help build stronger communities through the arts for positive economic and community outcomes.
Funding to support arts-based programs preparing students in grades PK-12 for success in school, career and life.
Recognition and acknowledgement of outstanding professional Tennessee artists who, through their work add to the cultural vitality of the state.
Support to well-established arts organizations headquartered & chartered in Tennessee, with a history of significant year-round arts programming.
Support for qualified arts organizations headquartered & chartered in Tennessee.
Support for arts projects and activities across all disciplines that focus on community vitality and engagement in rural counties.
Support for qualified arts organizations chartered in one of Tennessee's Rural Counties.
Support for qualified arts organizations chartered in one of Tennessee's Urban Counties.
Support for nonprofit organizations and local governments to support creative responses to COVID-19 through the arts.
Non-matching funds to support participation in the study of the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry.
One-time non-matching funds for nonprofit arts, senior service or community organizations, and governmental entities to support sequential arts learning for seniors aged 60+ with the aim of reducing social isolation and loneliness and increasing creativity and artistic techniques. All projects must be implemented by teaching artists on the new TN Creative Aging Teaching Roster.
Support for artist fees, tickets, and transportation for Tennessee public schools carrying out arts field trips and in-school artist residencies.