Jackson, Miss—The Mississippi Arts Commission will hold its annual grant application review panels April 3-13th and April 20th in Jackson.
Open to the public, the panels will begin between 8:00 and 9:00am each day at the Commission’s office on the 11th floor of the Woolfolk State Office Building at 501 North West Street. Panelists will meet to evaluate applications from individual artists and arts organizations, scoring them based on the criteria listed in each of the Commission’s program areas. Applicants may attend the meetings, but are not allowed to engage with the panel members.
2017 Panel Schedule:
Monday, April 3rd
Arts Industry – Operating Grants
Tuesday, April 4th
Literary Artist Roster and Artist Fellowships
Wednesday, April 5th
Visual Artist Roster and Fellowships
Monday, April 10th
Arts-Based Community & Economic Development - Operating and Project Grants
Tuesday, April 11th
Performing Artist Roster and Artist Fellowships
Wednesday, April 12th
Folk and Traditional Arts - Operating and Project Grants
Thursday, April 13th
Arts Education - Project Grants
Teaching Artist Roster
Thursday, April 20th
Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeships
Folk and Traditional Artist Roster
Folk Arts Performing Arist Fellowship
Applicants wanting more specific information about the time of their application's review should contact MAC's offices.
MAC will notify applicants about the final funding decisions during the first week of July. After notification, applicants may request a copy of the panel's comments on their application.
For more information about the panels, contact MAC’s Director of Grants, Diane Williams at email@example.com.
The Mississippi Arts Commission is a state agency, funded by the Mississippi Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Phil Hardin Foundation, and other private sources. MAC is the official grants-making and service agency for the arts in Mississippi.
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