All grant applications and final reports can be accessed through the Arts Council’s online grant system, Foundant.
All applicants will need to register as a new User in the new system. The interface is more user friendly and simpler to navigate for applicants. Watch this video tutorial for help creating an account and getting started in the system. A written tutorial of the account creation and application process is also available.
NEW this year! Starting in April 2022, organizations receiving federal funds from the Wyoming Arts Council will need a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) from SAM.gov. This is replacing the DUNS number previously used. A UEI does not require full registration in SAM.gov, but it does require having a user account and following a few steps. Getting a UEI is free. Avoid any website that charges a fee. You can learn more from this video. You can still submit an application if you have not currently been assigned a UEI, however the Art’s Council cannot disburse any funds without the UEI. Please contact Cashmere Balland at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
View the list of ARPA grantees HERE.
The Wyoming Arts Council is pleased to provide funding opportunities for the many worthwhile art projects that our nonprofit organizations, government entities, and individual artists are doing throughout the state of Wyoming.
The Wyoming Arts Council is no longer accepting Community Support Grant applications. The deadline to apply was April 15 at 11:59 p.m. MST. The Community Support Grant offers operating and/or project support, as well as arts learning support for organizations that provide services to their community through the arts. Grant funding is available for programs
This grant is designed to provide arts project funding for organizations that meet any of the following four criteria: (1) projects increasing arts access for, or primarily serving, people with disabilities, (2) arts projects led by and/or primarily serving BIPOC communities (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), (3) projects involving folk & traditional arts and
This grant is specifically designed to help grow the capacity of organizations and individuals that work in, and support the arts. Projects can include but are not limited to: board development, leadership development, conference attendance, professional development training, fundraising development, strategic planning, creation of marketing plans, equipment purchases, etc. Individual Artists and Organizations are eligible
Mentoring Project Grants are designed to support the transmission of Wyoming’s finest Traditional and Folk skills through the natural process of in-person, hands-on instruction. A master artist selects a worthy apprentice to mentor over time in order to advance the skills of the apprentice from proficient to excellent. All art forms (music, dance, craft, etc.) are encouraged.