January 26, 2021

Miami Arts Marketing Project The cultural ecosystem has been turned upside down by the impact of COVID, but arts professionals excel at responding with passion and creativity to unique challenges. Presented virtually in 2021, Miami Arts Marketing Project (MAMP) will again deliver a high-impact series empowering the technological, communications and outreach capabilities of Florida’s arts organizations and creatives. 

You will be motivated and inspired by our national thought-leaders and walk away with practical tips and inspiration to amplify your marketing with actionable ideas to navigate the new landscape. Email me if you need additional info.

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Florida Cultural Alliance Members check you email for a 40% discount code.



American for the Arts’ Job Bank

Black Violin: “Intersections” is an inclusive course that welcomes students from all schools of thought  to engage in a more meaningful conversation about race, creativity, and the pursuit of success. Discussions begin with a live performance or demonstration by Black Violin to illustrate the day’s lesson and to empower students to use their passion and creativity to fuel positive discourse and push social awareness. See a sample of last year’s classes here.  If you want to go ahead and get with the program, you can contact corryn@their Foundation site.


CERF+ The Artists’ Safety Net is a resource for readiness, relief + resilience for studio artists, ensuring that they are as protected as the work they create. Funding and other support opportunities are updated regularly.
United Arts of Central Florida – Lake, Orange or Osceola Counties – Multiple Grant opportunities for Teachers and nonprofit organizations in eligible counties for arts and cultural programming, field trips, mini-grants, festivals, diverse audiences, venue support.
Funding Arts Network Grants to Miami-Dade nonprofit visual and performing arts organizations, units and divisions of public entities, and IHEs in eligible areas to support performing and visual arts programming. Applicants must submit a preliminary proposal prior to submitting an application. Deadline January 25
Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Grants of up to $50,000 to USA and Territories nonprofit cultural, academic, and research institutions, government agencies, and Indian Tribes to preserve significant audio and video media. Funding is intended to support the digital reformatting of media that is fragile, obsolete, time-based, and of scholarly value. Preservation services must be performed by qualified external service providers. Deadline January 29
Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County (ACA) Grants to Florida arts and cultural nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for cultural programming that attracts tourists to the local region. Funding is intended for costs related to the marketing and production of events, performances, and exhibitions that promote tourism in Sarasota County and maintain Sarasota’s place as a cultural center. Deadline February 26
The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida Grants of up to $3,500 to Florida individual artists in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties for artistic and professional development. Funding is intended to support artists as they advance in their careers and take the next step in their artistic development. Eligible applicants reside in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, or St. Johns County. Past grants have been awarded based on how applicants intend to use grant funds to further their work, the extent to which their practice is rooted in Northeast Florida, and their artistic accomplishments. Deadline February 15
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Grants to USA and territories nonprofit organizations, agencies, and tribes for arts activities and events. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take several weeks to complete. Funding is intended for projects at any stage of production. Applicants must apply under one of the following categories: artist communities, arts education, dance, design, folk and traditional arts, literary arts, local arts agencies, media arts, museums, music, musical theater, opera, presenting and multidisciplinary works, theater, and visual arts. Deadline February 11
Community Foundation for Brevard (CFB) Grants up to $5,000 to Florida nonprofit organizations and government entities, such as libraries and schools, in eligible areas for programs in the following areas of focus: arts, culture, animal welfare, conservation, environment, food and housing, education, health, recreation, family and adult services, organizational capacity, civic engagement, and community development. Applications are accepted from organizations in Brevard County. Deadline February 8
National Trust for Historic Preservation – African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund Grants to USA public agencies and nonprofit organizations for projects that preserve sites representative of African American history and heritage. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to applying.
Grants are designed to advance ongoing preservation activities for historic places representing African American cultural heritage, such as sites, museums, theaters, sports venues, churches, schools, universities, and landscapes. Funding may be used for capacity building, capital expenses, project planning, or project implementation.
Letter of Intent Deadline 01/15/21, Application Deadline May 3