Help includes workshops, drop-in office hours and one-on-ones; Deadline is 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.
A key reminder: Get your questions to staff prior to 6 p.m. on deadline day– October. 1. The portal closes at 11:59 p.m.
If you’re new to submitting a grant application to RISCA, or just want a refresher on the “good and less good” of grant writing, join us for one of our virtual meetings.
If you’re new to submitting a grant application to RISCA, or just want a refresher on the “good and less good” of grant writing, join us for one of our virtual meetings. During our workshops, we offer an overview of our major grant programs, and you’ll have time to ask questions and meet with program staff. View the Power Point presentation, by clicking here.
Grant writing/budgeting workshops are scheduled on these dates and times:
- Wednesday, August 18, at 1-2:30, click here to register.
- Monday, Sept. 13, at noon-1:30 p.m., click here to register.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
- Saturday, September 11, at 11 a.m.-1 p.m., click here.
- Monday, September 13, at 4-7 p.m., click here:
- Friday, September 24, at 3 p.m.-5 p.m. , by clicking here:
- Friday, October 1, at 10 a.m.-4 p.m., click here:
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.