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January 16, 2014
City Arts Commission Accepting Applications for Funding

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is currently accepting applications for funding through the 1% Lodgers’ Tax: Community Arts Promotion and Special and New Projects; and the Community Arts Development Program. Nonprofit arts organizations presenting arts programming within Santa Fe County are eligible to apply. Interested organizations are encouraged to send a representative to a pre-application workshop that will be offered on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. for the 1% Lodgers’ Tax: Community Arts Promotion and Special and New Projects categories and 1:00 p.m. for the Community Arts Development Program. Both workshops will be held at 201 West Marcy St, Nambe Room. This year, all applications will be submitted online. The pre-application workshops will include information regarding this new process.

Further information, online application and details regarding the workshops are available on the Arts Commission’s website, www.SantaFeArtsCommission.org under the “Funding Programs” section, by calling 505-955-6707, or via email to [bot protected email address]. The deadline for applications is Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

The 1% Lodgers’ Tax supports arts events that play a role in promoting tourism and demonstrate high artistic quality.  Organizations may apply in one of two program areas. The Special and New Projects Program is available to organizations that are new to the 1% Lodgers’ Tax funding or for special, one-time events. The Community Arts Promotion Program is available to organizations successfully funded through Special and New Projects Program for at least two years. The Community Arts Development Program funds community-based organizations and projects of high artistic quality that provide arts services to the local community, with an emphasis on projects that bring the community together to celebrate the diversity of artistic heritage. Education through arts projects in schools and other settings are eligible to apply. 

Please call 505-955-6707 or email [bot protected email address] for more information. More information is also available on the Arts Commission’s website,
www.SantaFeArtsCommission.org.

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