APAP ArtsForward YAY

Made possible with generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, APAP’S ArtsForward program will support the presenting and touring field’s safe, vibrant, and equitable reopening and recovery as presenters, artists and audiences reconnect, tours resume, and venues reopen.
APAP|NYC 2020 Plenary Crowd by Adam Kissick/APAP
ArtsForward will provide grants to APAP presenting members and partner artists/ensembles and offer services and resources to the field at large. Inspired by working groups in the performing arts, including APAP’s Ethical and Equitable Partnership Working Group,  ArtsForward supports the field in resuming programming and touring in a manner that supports presenters and artists. It intends to advance field conversations and build on learning and protocols that support the safety of artists, audiences, and workers.

About APAP ArtsForward

The APAP ArtsForward program is comprised of two components:

1. About the Grant Program

Applications must:
Eligibility
Timeline

Interested applicants will submit a short, EZ-form in late fall 2021, and a select number of applicants will then be invited to submit additional information by early 2022. Up to 50 grants of up to $50,000 will be announced by February 2022 to support engagements that take place throughout the remainder of 2022.

The full guidelines and application will be announced on this page in early October 2021.

Questions? Contact Suzanne Callahan and April Gruber, program consultants, at artsforward@apap365.org.

2. Field-Wide Programs and Resources

Read the full press release here
Learn more about Building Ethical and Equitable Partnerships (BEEP) in the Performing Arts here.
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