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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Arts Council of Greater New Haven is seeking proposals for community art projects

NEW HAVEN - The Arts Council of Greater New Haven is inviting artists, artist collectives and organizations to submit "project proposals for engaging the community through art," according to a release.
The council will select four to five creative projects to fund with small stipends of $1,000 to $2,000, the release said. Read the full RFP at
The council is "pleased to provide support for community projects that allow the general public to help with the creative process," the release said.
The "goal is to select ideas that will enrich the quality of community life, enhance the lives of individuals, and build connections between people through art. Last year, we funded 4 outstanding projects that allowed artists to make art with the community," the release said.

The d
eadline is Oct. 27, 2014, at 5p.m., the release said.

For more information, rules and requirements send an email to or call the Arts Council of Greater New Haven at (203) 772 – 2788.

In the photo: Jack Lardis' 2013 Oil Drum Art Project with Hyde High School students. Photo by Judy Rosenthal. 



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