LARAC accepting grant applications

The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council is accepting applications for 2014 organizational grants.

The grants are available to non-for-profit organizations, municipalities, and churches located in Washington and Warren Counties.

Programs must take place in 2014, be arts and cultural in nature, and open to the public. Each organization may apply for one to three projects, with a minimum request of $300 per proposal and a maximum request of $5000. Programs in the past have included dance performances, theater productions, concerts, historical programs, art/craft classes and workshops, readings, and film series.

To be eligible to apply for the 2014 grants, all applicants are required to meet with the Community Outreach Coordinator for an overview and explanation of the grant writing process. It is recommended that interested parties download and read over the application before meeting with the Community Outreach Coordinator. The deadline for application is October 11, 2013.

The Application and Guideline can be downloaded, as well as information about the process and a listing of past recipients and their projects, at larac.org.

For more information, please contact Candice Frye, Community Outreach Coordinator by phone at 798-1144, ext. 4 or email [email protected].

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