Wells Fargo Teacher Art Grants

Award Amounts: Up To $1,500

The purpose of this grant program is to emphasize arts projects and programs in all subject areas of K-12 schools; support the teaching of the N.C. Arts Curriculum; bring artists into the classroom; reach a large number of students; and encourage cooperative arts projects among schools, teachers, PTAs, and other organizations.

Detailed Information

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Application Deadline

Midnight, Monday, October 28, 2019

Who can Apply?

Teachers, PTAs, and/or schools may apply. PTAs must have a teacher representative for the project. Any teacher may request a Teacher Art Grant – grants are not restricted to art or music teachers.

Grants are available to public, charter, and private schools serving Greater Greensboro area students in grades K-12. Schools in High Point and Jamestown should contact the High Point Arts Council for potential funding at (336) 889-2787 or www.highpointarts.org

What Can A Teacher Art Grant Be Used For?

Legacy Gifts

Project Outcomes

Projects must involve direct student and teacher participation.

Grants generally range from a few hundred dollars up to $1,500.

Funding may be used for arts resources, programs, and hiring arts consultants or artists.

Grants for projects that provide a meaningful arts experience will be given priority over capital expenditures and permanent equipment needs.

Preference will be given to funding one project per school .

Generally, more proposals are received than can be funded. Proposals may be awarded in full or in part; they may be awarded with contingencies; or they may be declined.

Restrictions

Funding may not be used for food, drink, administrative, or operating expenses

Funding may not be used for standard classroom art supplies.

Questions? Contact Chip Berry at grants@artsgreensboro.org