Kentucky Arts Council 40th Anniversary Community Breakfast - Join artists, craftspeople, arts organizations community leaders and the media as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary, National Arts and Humanities Month and the growth of the arts in your community. Breakfast is free; however registration is required.
Lincoln Bicentennial Project Grants - This workshop is for arts or community organizations interested in pursuing Lincoln related arts projects, with funding through the Kentucky Arts Council supported by the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission Initiative. The workshop is free; however registration is requested.
Kentucky Arts Council Overview of Grants, Program and Services - Participants in this general information session will learn about all the opportunities for arts funding as well as programs and services available to artists, schools, arts organizations, libraries, businesses, local governments and community organizations through the Kentucky Arts Council. Session is free and open to the public; however registration is requested.
Lincoln Bicentennial Product Development - This workshop is for artists and craftspeople interested in developing Lincoln related products to market in conjunction with the celebration of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial in 2008 and 2009. The Kentucky Arts Council offers this opportunity with support from the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission Initiative. The workshop is free; however registration is requested.
BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) Roundtable Discussions - Tables will be set up with Kentucky Arts Council staff members available to answer questions and provide specific technical assistance to grantees and potential grantees on various topics such as credit guideline requirements, advocacy, alternate funding sources and exhibition opportunities for Uncommonwealth: Legacy of the Kentucky Arts Council Fellowships. Roundtables are free; however registration is requested.
Online Application Tutorial - This session will introduce artists interested in applying for the adjudicated programs of the Kentucky Arts Council and Craft Marketing Program to the new electronic application system, Kentucky Arts Services OnLine (KASOL). The new deadline for adjudicated programs is March 15, 2007 and all applications must be submitted through KASOL. Individual artist adjudicated programs are: Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship (visual and media artists), Performing Arts Directory, Arts Education Roster, Visual Arts at the Market and the Kentucky Crafted Program.
Applying to the Kentucky Arts Council - Tips for Success - This workshop gives detailed information about the application and panel review process and how to make a strong case for a grant proposal or how to present yourself favorably when applying to any of the adjudicated programs for performing artists, artists as educators, visual artists and craftspeople. Workshop is free; however registration is requested.
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