MCACA Mini-Grant deadline: January 15, 2016
$10,950 is available for re-granting in this final round of funding for Arts Projects in 2016.
The deadline is 11:59pm on January 15, 2016 for projects taking place March 1, 2016 through September 30, 2016. For more information or technical assistance contact Cynthia Coté, Regranting Coordinator at (906) 482-2333 or e-mail email@example.com
MCACA Regranting Awards for 2016 Projects
Copper Country Preservation “Quincy Smelter Works Photography Exhibit” $3600
Crystal Theatre “Missoula Children’s Theatre” $3000
Ironwood Carnegie Library “Keeping an Eye Out for Coyote” $1849
Main Street Calumet “Musical Mondays” $3600
Professional Development Grant Awards
Daniel Schneider “Apprenticeship at Deep Woods Press” $1500
Elizabeth Meyer “Swannanoa Gathering-Celtic Week” $570
Ironwood Theatre “League of Historic American Theatres Conference” $1500
Jennifer Wenger “Chamber Music Workshop” $1350
Melissa Hronkin “NAEA Conference” $1080
*There will be a second round of funding for Projects only. $10,951 will be available. The grant deadline is January 15 for projects taking place March 1 to September 30, 2016
MCACA Grant News FY16 The CCCAC was awarded the following grants: Capital Improvement $15,000 for classroom improvements, Operational Support $15,000, Regranting Program Awards $29,000 for mini-grants in the six western counties ($23,000 for projects and $6000 for professional development), Regranting Services $9000 for administration of mini-grants, Professional Development $1500 for CCCAC staff.
For technical assistance, contact:
Cynthia Coté, Regranting Coordinator
Copper Country Community Arts Council
126 Quincy Street
Hancock, MI 49930
The Copper Country Community Arts Council (CCCAC) is the region thirteen administrator for the Regional Re-granting program of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). The CCCAC facilitates funding opportunities for arts projects in the six counties of the Western Upper Peninsula; Houghton, Keweenaw, Baraga, Ontonagon, Gogebic and Iron.
Minigrants provide up to $4,000 for locally developed, high quality arts projects, which provide special opportunities to address local arts needs and increase public access to the arts. Minigrants support a broad range of artistic expression from all cultures through projects, which preserve, produce or present traditional and contemporary arts.
Minigrant dollars, matched 1:1 in cash/in-kind can be used for many types of arts activities such as exhibits, readings, performances, workshops, broadcasts, artist residencies, consultancies, commissions, restorations, festivals, pow wows, conferences, seminars, video and film productions and screenings, publications, and arts activities for students.
A new grant program for Professional and Organizational Development makes funding available for training courses, consultants, conference fees and related travel. Applicants may apply for up to $1500. A 25% cash/in-kind match is required.
Nonprofit organizations, schools, and municipalities from the six counties may apply. A panel comprised of knowledgeable individuals from each of the six counties evaluates all funding proposals. The review criterion includes artistic merit, sound planning and management, as well as community service. Geographic distribution, underserved populations, cultural diversity, and a variety of arts disciplines are considered when determining awards.