**IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE GRANTEES**
NDCA offers one application round for Artist in Residence projects per year. Applications for the 2018-19 school year are no longer being accepted. If you would like to implement a residency at your school during the upcoming 2019-20 academic school year the application must be submitted by April 1, 2019. Please plan accordingly!
Online Application for AIR projects will be made available beginning January 1, 2019.
All applicants must review the Artist in Residence Planning Guide found HERE prior to applying.
The North Dakota Council on the Arts, Artist in Residence (AIR) Program provides funds for schools and other non-profit organizations to connect artists and North Dakota students and teachers. Activities take place during the regular school year, last three days or longer, and may be scheduled before, during, or after the regular school day. The AIR Program is designed not to replace, but to build upon and enhance a schools’ existing art programs and vision for future programming. The AIR grant may be used as a step towards the larger, AIEC grant program.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE GRANT GUIDELINES
Grant Funding Range
This program does not fund the following:
All residency projects must meet or exceed the following requirements:
North Dakota Council on the Arts staff determines the eligibility of applications received based on eligibility criteria listed above. Eligible applications are forwarded to a review panel composed of experts in arts education programming. Panelists will rate each application based on the overall program goals defined in these guidelines, organized into the following criteria categories:
Applications are reviewed in detail and scored by each panelist individually. The panel meets as a group to review their scoring and funding decisions which are sent to the board of directors for approval.
Repeat applicants that include the same teaching artist will be reviewed competitively and funding will be awarded to those who:
All publicity materials and programs for supported projects must contain the Council on the Arts' logo and the credit line found at http://www.nd.gov/arts/grants/ndca-logo-credit-line-usage
If you have questions about any of the guidelines or the application process, please contact the Arts in Education Director at (701)328-7593 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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