Foundation / Corporation
Osage Nation Foundation (ONF)
Grants of up to $15,000 to USA artists, organizations, foundations, museums, and businesses to promote the arts of the Osage Nation and Native American Culture. This program enables Osage artists, as well as Osage-related arts-oriented organizations, to carry out a wide range of arts activities.
Priorities for Funding:
The first priority of the Osage Nation Foundation’s Arts grant program is to provide operation or program support to qualified arts organizations including theaters, symphonies, galleries, art guilds, choral societies, dance companies, writers groups and arts festivals, among others.
The second priority of the Osage Nation Foundation’s Arts grant program is to supports arts learning and arts in education programs conducted by qualified artists. These can be artist residencies in schools, after school summer camps, or adult arts learning classes.
The third priority of the Osage Nation Foundation’s Arts grant program is to community, civic and municipal organizations. These programs must be conducted by qualified artists.
This program supports a wide range of artistic projects are eligible for funding in this category, but not limited to:
-Performance or a small series of performances
-Visual art exhibition
-Literary reading or series
-Film or motion picture
-Community-based residency with a professional artist or ensemble
-Small-press publication or literary magazine issue
-Arts program utilizing one or more professional artists in a healthcare setting or engaging people with disabilities
-Commissioning and premiere of new work
How Applications are Evaluated:
Grant applications are reviewed by the Osage Nation Foundation’s Board of Directors. The panel will evaluate each application based on the grant guidelines and the following criteria:
-Completion of the application in its entirety and submission by the due date
-Artistic quality of proposed project or program
-Relevance to the Osage Nation, Osage People or Native American culture
-Community impact of project or program
-Organization’s overall commitment to building arts participation
-Ability to plan and implement project
-Stability and fiscal responsibility of the organization
GrantWatch ID#: 173610
Each qualifying individual or organization will be eligible for a matching grant up to a maximum of $15,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Osage Nation Foundation
P.O. Box 92777
Southlake, TX 76092
Fax: (817) 796-1816
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