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Guthrie in the Running for $400,000+ ArtPlace America Grant

The City of Guthrie is envisioning a new outdoor regional performing arts center and a grant of $400,000 or more from ArtsPlace America may make it a reality. Guthrie has been named one of 97 finalists from across the country for grants provided by ArtPlace, a collaboration of foundations, government agencies and financial institutions dedicated to supporting creative placemaking.

Rural Communities with Design Challenges Can Submit for Funding

Is your rural community interested in improving quality of life and economic vitality for its citizens using its cultural resources, enhancing its Main Street program, or initiating a placemaking project? Citizens' Institute on Rural Design (CIRD) has issued a request for proposals from rural communities facing design challenges. Stipends of $7,000 plus $35,000 worth of professional design expertise and technical assistance is available to successful applicants. Click here to learn more.

State Farm® Offering Service-Learning Grants in the Arts

Grants of $25,000 to $100,000 are available for service-learning projects in the arts and other issue areas from the State Farm® Youth Advisory Board. Comprised of youth from across the United States and Canada, the board assists with philanthrophic initiatives for issues that are important to the company and the communities it serves. Click here to learn more.

Congressional Art Competition Open to Oklahoma Students

Oklahoma high school students are encouraged to submit artwork for the annual Congressional Art Competition, sponsored by the Congressional Institute. Interested students must submit entries to their respective representative's office. Click here to learn more.