Get your questions to staff prior to 6 p.m. on deadline day– October. 1. The portal closes at 11:59 p.m.
Click here to sign up for open office hours on Oct. 1.
Our helpful and friendly RISCA staff can assist you with your grant application needs. In addition, we are available to meet with you about your grant ideas. We are offering grant writing and budgeting workshops, drop-in hours and one on one meetings during August and September so you can meet our Oct. 1 deadline.
In addition to open office hours on Oct. 1, the staff is available for schedule meetings throughout the open granting period.
How to schedule a one-on-one meeting
Arts Access Grant
Todd Trebour, Organizations Program Director, will be holding one-on-one virtual meetings for nonprofit organizations interested in Arts Access Grants organizations. He will answer any questions you have about the grant program. He can also help you with the budget forms; review any specific answers you’ve written; or any other assistance you need with your grant application.
You can sign up for either a 30 minute or 1-hour meeting slot. To schedule a meeting with Todd, click here.
If none of the dates or times listed works for you, email Todd at email@example.com for alternate date or time.
Project Grants in Education and Individuals in Education
Maggie Anderson, Director of Arts In Education, will be holding one-on-one meetings for nonprofit organizations, artists and schools interested in Project Grants in Education for Individual.
For more information and to schedule a meeting to assist you with your grant application, email Maggie Anderson at Maggie.Anderson@arts.ri.gov.
Mollie Flanagan, Individual Artists Program Director, will be holding one-on-one virtual meetings for artists interested in fellowships for individual artists. She will be answering any questions you have about the grant program.
You can sign up for drop-in hours with Mollie. Here is a listing of Mollie’s meetings. Please sign up in advance for the following drop-in hours.
For office hours for Fellowships, please sign up in advance by clicking here.
Folk Arts Fellowships and Apprenticeships
Elena Calderón Patiño, Community Arts Program Director, will hold meetings for artists and culture organizations interested in folk arts. The folk arts are defined as those artistic practices which are community or family-based and express that community’s aesthetic heritage and tradition.
For more information and to schedule a meeting, contact Elena.Patino@arts.ri.gov.
Project Grants in Healthcare
For more information on Project Grants in Healthcare, contact Randall.Rosenbaum@arts.ri.gov.
The GREEN SPACE Gallery at T.F. Green Airport and the gallery at Block Island Airport are accepting applications for artists to exhibit in their 2022 exhibitions. The galleries are a partnership between the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) and RISCA. It promotes outstanding work by artists living and working in Rhode Island. The spaces will present art to an ever-changing audience of local, national and international travelers.
Works in all media will be considered. Note: GREEN SPACE includes several large walls and open spaces that are particularly suitable for large-scale works, while the Block Island Airport Gallery is best suited for modestly sized artworks.
Eligibility: All participating artists must be RI residents. No students please.
Entry Deadline: October 10, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.
Selection: Artists will be selected for the 2022 exhibitions by a review panel that will include practicing artists, arts professionals and community members. Artists included in the 2022 exhibitions will receive a $300 stipend for participating in the program.
Note: Artists are encouraged to apply to the gallery, even if they have applied in previous years and not been selected. Artists who have exhibited previously are ineligible for new consideration for a period of two years.
GREEN SPACE selects nine artists to exhibit in three group shows per year. Block Island Airport Gallery hosts one-artist exhibitions four times per year.
If selected, artists agree to suitably frame, wire or otherwise prepare their artwork for display at their own expense. Artwork is hung at the gallery coordinator’s discretion, and the coordinator reserves the right of final selection of artwork and approval of installation. Artwork is not insured by the galleries during exhibition; artists are encouraged to carry their own insurance. Artwork may be listed for sale if desired, and any sales are direct without commission to the galleries.
To learn more about this opportunity and view photos of the exhibition space, please visit: https://risca.online/resources/airport-galleries/ and the Public Art Archive. To view the Public Archive, search on Rhode Island State Council on the Arts after clicking here.
Address any questions to Jeff Foye .