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CURRENT GRANTEES

Each year, ArtsGreensboro provides support to arts organizations, projects, teachers and artists through the following competitive grant programs.

Mission Support Grants

Mission Support Grants are single-year investments for mature arts organizations with unrestricted operating revenues exceeding $500,000 annually for the past three consecutive years. Applicants must have a demonstrated record of success in creating or presenting programs of the highest artistic quality and regional significance, engaging diverse participants, and providing high-quality and/or innovative educational programming.

2019 Grantees:

Teacher Art Grants

Teacher Art Grants fund school projects that emphasize the arts in all subject areas; support the teaching of the N.C. Arts Curriculum; bringing artists into the classroom; reaching a large number of students; and encouraging cooperative arts projects among schools, teachers, PTAs, and other organizations.

2019 Grantees:

  • Doris Henderson Newcomers
  • Eastern Guilford High
  • Irving Park Elementary
  • James B Dudley High
  • Julius | Foust Elementary
  • Morehead Elementary
  • Northeast High
  • Sedalia | Madison Elementary
  • The Experiential School/Greensboro
  • Weaver Academy
  • Western Guilford High

Regional Artist Grants

ArtsGreensboro coordinates the Regional Artist Grant program on behalf of a consortium of five counties: Alamance, Caswell, Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham. Funding is provided by the North Carolina Arts Council and matched locally by participating counties. This program offers grants to artists residing in these counties to further their development as professional artists at any stage in their career.

2019 Grantees

  • Patricia Wasserboehr
  • Nicholas Daniel Wiley
  • Rick Dillwood
  • Princess Johnson
  • Janet Malia Allard
  • Susan Kirby-Smith
  • Madelyn J. Greco/Scott H Fray
  • Jacqueline Haggerty
  • Steven M. Cozart
  • Kathryn Gauldin
  • Logan White
  • Alexandra Joye Warran
  • Daniel Ayers
  • Steve Haines