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Charlotte Street Foundation

Charlotte Street Awards (KC) / Deadline: November 13

Charlotte Street’s 2023 Visual and Generative Performing Artist Awards application is NOW OPEN! The Fellow Award is Charlotte Street’s foundational grant, originally started 25 years ago as a small award given to visual artists. Over the years, this program has expanded into a $10,000 grant given to three visual artists and two performing artists annually....
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Charlotte Street Rocket Grants / Deadline: June 27

With support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Rocket Grants provide direct funding to artists in the Kansas City region who are creating exceptional, under-the-radar and artist-centered projects in public spaces. Artists, curators, collectives and collaborative groups residing within an 80-mile radius of the Kansas City metropolitan area are eligible to apply. Rocket Grants award...
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Charlotte Street Awards (KC) / Deadline: November 12

Applications are now OPEN for Charlotte Street’s 2022 Visual Artist and Generative Performing Artist Awards! Every year, three visual artists and two performing artists from the Kansas City area are awarded an unrestricted cash grant of $10,000 by a rotating panel of local and national award advisors. These awards provide financial support, critical attention, and...
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Cultural Producer Grants (KC) / Deadline: August 16

Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, MO announces new Cultural Producer Grant Program with $50,000 in total funds for low-budget grassroots arts organizations and artist-run projects in Kansas City. Culture Producer Grants were created to encourage a rich, flourishing, and diverse Ecosystem of Arts and Culture in Kansas City, contribute to the sustainability of low-budget...
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Art Where You’re At / Deadline: June 28

ART WHERE YOU’RE AT: SOCIALLY DISTANT ART PROJECTS Charlotte Street Foundation is offering $500 commissions to 10 innovative artist’s projects that bring the community together through arts-based programs or collaborative art making while respecting a safe distance from other people. Eligible projects should have a public-facing aspect to the work. Possible platforms include (but are not...
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