All SEMAC grant applications are to be completed online. We wish to thank our vendor Foundant Technologies for serving the regional arts councils of Minnesota to rave reviews.
ATTENTION: The Grant Interface will be offline on Saturday, June 17, starting at 9:00pm for infrastructure maintenance. The system will be unavailable for about 5 hours, until roughly 2:00am on Sunday.
To preview grant applications that are currently open, click http://www.grantinterface.com/Process/Apply?urlkey=semac. Note that grant applications may be previewed in advance on the grant interface but may only be submitted during the application window for that particular category. New potential applicants with questions about Grant Categories not currently open may contact the SEMAC office with questions.
Organizations and artists who have previously applied for grants using the online system (and know their logon credentials) may click and bookmark this link for quick access to their existing account https://www.grantinterface.com/semac/common/logon.aspx. If you are new to grant writing for the organization or for help logging on, contact the SEMAC office for access.
Go to Our Next Deadline to see what grant categories are currently open, or continue reading for important information about applying in ongoing categories.
General Operating Support
Small and medium arts organizations may apply for $4,000 in administrative support beginning July 1. The submission window will remain open until allocated funds are exhausted. See What's New for more information or preview the grant application on the grant interface as indicated above.
School Residency Grants
Applying for the School Residency Grant program for grades K-12 has no set deadline, although grants are only available until all allocated funds for the fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) are exhausted. To apply, use the same online interface noted above (funds are available when the application is visible). Applications must be submitted at least sixty days before the planned artist residency. Proposed residencies are accepted from any public or non-religious private school in the SEMAC Region and must culminate in a Capstone Event that is accessible and open to the public.