• GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR MONTEREY COUNTY ARTS ORGANIZATIONS & PROGRAMS

    The Arts Council for Monterey County (ACMC) announces their Fall 2018 grant cycle is open through October 15 to nonprofit arts organizations, art programs and cultural groups. Arts Council Board President Susan Breen will present the awards at a reception in December.
    Each year the Arts Council for Monterey County provides grants to dozens of arts organizations and groups with programs taking place at various venues throughout the county. Funded programs include all disciplines, formats and traditions. Priority impact areas are Cultural Tourism, Rural Communities, Education, and Small Business Support. This funding is made possible by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors through the Office of Economic Development. Grants are reviewed by five-member panels comprised of board members and arts leaders from each county district.
    “Each of our grantees plays a role in helping us fulfill our mission to improve the quality of life for everyone in our region through the arts,” notes Executive Director Paulette Lynch. In unique and powerful ways, they contribute to making our youth more engaged, our families more connected and our communities more vibrant. As we celebrate 36 years of service, we are more committed than ever to further expanding our reach and impact and more grateful than ever to our partners in this process.”
    The deadline for the fall cycle is October 15, 2018. The application is available on line at arts4mc.org/grants or by sending email request to klara@arts4mc.org.
    For more information or to get involved with ACMC programs, contact Executive Director Paulette Lynch at 831-622-9060 or visit the web site at arts4mc.org

    Sunset Center, Room 5, San Carlos at Ninth
    Post Office Box 7495, Carmel, CA 93921
    Phone (831) 622-9060 – Fax (831) 622-9061
    Email: klara@arts4mc.org
    Web: arts4mc.org

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 24, 2018

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