Arts Education Grants are offered to schools, school districts, non-profit organizations, social service agencies, community centers, and local arts agencies in the area of arts education.
Teaching Artist Roster
The artists on the Teaching Artist Roster represent crafts, creative writing, dance, film/video, folk traditions, mime, music, photography, sculpture, theater, storytelling, and visual arts. All artists on this roster have been officially approved by peer panels, the Arts Education Board Committee and the Utah Arts Council Board of Directors.
Arts Learning Grants
Arts Learning Grants provide funding for interactive and comprehensive arts education-based projects where a qualified teaching artist(s) works with a specific community population, organization, or school.
Deadline: March 23, 2018 at 5pm
Funding Range: $2,000-$7,000
Budget Forms (please choose the appropriate one for ORGANIZATIONS or SCHOOLS):
This grant provides opportunities for teachers to gain skills and knowledge in an artistic discipline of their choice.
Funding Range: Up to $500
Deadline: Reviewed Quarterly.
Bluff Elementary School
All applicants are required to have a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, a unique nine-digit identification number provided by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and required for all applicants for federal grants and cooperative agreements. DUNS numbers are required for our regional and federal reports and help us track Utah’s creative vitality.
Obtaining a DUNS number is absolutely free for all entities securing the number to apply for grants. In any correspondence with D&B, be sure to identify yourself as a grant applicant.
AE Reporting and Evaluation Forms
Arts Learning grantees are required to submit an online report within ten days of grant completion or no later than August 1, whichever comes first. As a part of this online report, copies of your thank you letters or email to state legislators will need to be uploaded.
Sign in to uamgrants.utah.gov to access the online report. You will also need an artist report form that will be uploaded to your online report (below in Word format).
Our staff is happy to provide technical assistance to schools and organizations interested in applying for grant funding, developing arts education plans for their sites, identifying potential artists, locating resources, and obtaining guidance on how to inform stakeholders about the importance of arts education. Please call 801.236.7557 to schedule an appointment.
Laurel Cannon Alder
Jean Tokuda Irwin
Arts Education Manager