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Applications open for Art Access Grant

Applications are now open for Arts Access Grants through Monday, Aug. 15, with a maximum award of $6,000.

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BEMIDJI — Applications are now open for Arts Access Grants through Monday, Aug. 15, with a maximum award of $6,000.

The grants are open to nonprofits, public and charter schools (parochial schools are ineligible), community education programs, arts organizations, institutions of higher learning, government and tribal entities, and groups formed for nonprofit purposes with a fiscal sponsor, a release said.

These grants can support creation, production and presentation of high-quality arts activities, as well as projects that help overcome barriers to accessing high-quality arts activities, and projects that help instill the arts into the community and public life in our region.

Arts activities proposed for funding must be accessible by the public, have a strong community component, and must benefit the residents of Beltrami, Hubbard, Clearwater, Lake of the Woods or Mahnomen Counties.

For more information on how to apply visit, r2arts.org or contact (218) 751-5447.

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