Arts for Lifelong Learning Mini-Residency Grant Program Guidelines

The Arts for Lifelong Learning Mini-Residency Grant Program will provide community-based or governmental organizations/institutions an opportunity to apply for funding to sponsor artist residencies that bring quality, professional artists into a setting to present one to 10-day, hands-on arts activities. Arts activities that include multi-generational populations are especially encouraged. Artists must be selected from the Arts in Education Artist Roster.

View the grant guidelines here: Lifelong2020 Lifelong2020 (62 KB)

Applicant organizations and institutions must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Have an IRS Letter of Determination qualifying the institution/organization or its administrative authority as a nonprofit organization.
  • Provide an organization staff member to be present during the mini-residency program to serve as a co-learner with the participants and/or a co-teacher with the artist.
  • Must be involved in the human service profession for a minimum of three years, and must have paid and/or volunteer staff who will devote time and effort to implement the mini-residency program.

For more information, contact Drekkia Morning, arts in education program manager, via email or at 501-324-9348.