Community Arts Grants

COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS

Create a lasting impact by supporting Arts Education in your Community.

This micro grant program supports local galleries, organizations, and artists in projects and programs that enrich our community while giving back in the form of engagement, education, and exhibition. Community Arts Grant proposals are accepted year round and funded based on need, relevancy to the Paseo Project mission, and strength of proposal. Contact us for more information.

2020 GRANTEES

2020 GRANTEE

Dawning Pollen Shorty: The Paseo Project is excited to support local artist Dawning Pollen Shorty in the creation of the documentary “THREE GENERATIONS: A FAMILY OF ARTISTS.” “In the town of Taos, New Mexico, the Track/Shorty family continues a tradition of inspiration and creation that has stretched through three generations working as models, potters, sculptors, painters and musicians.”

2020 GRANTEE

Dawning Pollen Shorty: The Paseo Project is excited to support local artist Dawning Pollen Shorty in the creation of the documentary “THREE GENERATIONS: A FAMILY OF ARTISTS.” “In the town of Taos, New Mexico, the Track/Shorty family continues a tradition of inspiration and creation that has stretched through three generations working as models, potters, sculptors, painters and musicians.”

2020 GRANTEE

Parse Seco: Support for the Arroyo Seco based arts organization, PARSE SECO, in enhancing their artist-in-residency program for 2021. Parse Seco empowers emerging artists of color. This grant provides support in creating a national call for greater access and visibility. PARSE SECO provides a unique platform for underrepresented artists, musicians, and creators to present immersive experiences for the community in an intimate setting. 

2020 GRANTEE

Rio Costillo Arts Council: We are excited to support our friends to the north with funding for their youth engagement program. As educational platforms shift to accommodate virtual content, The Rio Costillo Arts Council is working to engage youth with programming and supplies.

2019 GRANTEE

Studio 107-B:  For PASEO 2019 The Paseo Project provided support to Studio 107-B in their “Honoring Our Sacred Acequias and Water” program. The gallery hosted light and sound by Sasha Vom Dorp, Artist/Educator/Farmer Miguel Santistevan, and artist/activist Maye Torres.

COVID-19 GRANTS & FUNDING OPTIONS

Create a lasting impact by supporting Arts Education in your Community.
New York Foundation for the ArtsApply by August 31, 2020
Adolph and Esther Gottlieb FoundationApplication Ongoing
Arts Administrators of ColorApplication Ongoing
CERF+ the Artists Safety NetApply by August 19, 2020
Foundation for Contemporary ArtsApply by September 1, 2020
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