Lane Arts Council’s Artist Grant provides financial support to individual artists, performers, and creatives of all types demonstrating benefit to the Eugene community. Applicants can apply for funding in one of three areas:
Production: to move forward a new creative endeavor that contributes to artistic development, professional growth, or accessing new career opportunities
Development: to engage in administrative or artistic learning, skill-building, or professional development that contributes to improved business or artistic practice
Investment: to bolster artistic business capacity through equipment or supply purchasing, staffing, or other operating expenses
Nicole Medema as Ouzla the Okay, previous Artist Grant recipient
Applications for Production, Development, or Investment funding can be of any or multiple arts disciplines including, but not limited to: visual arts, film/video, photography, music composition, music performance, dance, dance choreography, playwriting, theatre performance, poetry, folk arts, craft, design, published works, etc.
Applications for the 2023-2024 grant cycle are now open and due April 14th at 5:00pm.
All applications will be received through Google Forms this year. This form will auto-calculate character count on narrative responses, allow applicants to directly upload supplementary materials, and ensure each applicant completes all required parts of the application.
NOTE: We encourage applicants to prepare all responses in a separate document to copy/paste into the Google Form for submission. Google Forms cannot be saved mid-completion. Working on responses outside of the Google Form will help with losing any progress in the case there is an error or refresh mid-submission.
If the shift to Google Forms causes you any issues or concern, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
This grant application requires submission of a project, process, or progression budget. To assist applicants, we provided some sample budgets for reference, which can be found by clicking here. A Google Sheets (LINK) has been provided for easier completion this year.
In alignment with the City of Eugene’s goal of creating a safe and welcoming community, we are committed to working with community partners to promote a community where every person, regardless of their identity, is safe, valued, and welcome. The following are protected: Gender identity, housing status, national origin, race/ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, source of income, association and political affiliation, color, disability, familial, marital, and partnership status. Hate or bias is any non-criminal hostile expression that may be motivated by a person’s real or perceived association with race, color, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and unhoused status. Examples:
Name calling; using a racial, ethnic, or other slur to identify someone; or using degrading language
Creating racist or derogatory graffiti or images/drawings
Imitating someone with a disability, or imitating someone’s cultural norm or practice
Spanish Interpretation services available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. | Servicio de interpretación disponible. Envíe un correo electrónico a email@example.com para programar una cita.
An information session took place on Tuesday, February 14th to provide insight on the Artist Grant and answer questions from potential applicants. We recorded the video for anyone unable to make it to this information session, which can be viewed here.
Please feel free to contact Lane Arts Council with questions at 541-485-2278 or contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org