FY 2022 Grants


The Kent Cultural Alliance announces the opening of its new fiscal year grant cycle on September 1, 2021.  As a result of new funding from the Maryland State Arts Council, the KCA is instituting a new, one-time grant category for Independent Artists, in addition to its regular General Operating grants and its Community-based Project grants.

Beginning September 1, 2021, applicants may apply for funding as follows:

General Operating Grants for FY 2022

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These grants are for arts organizations based in and serving Kent County, Maryland.  Arts production, education, performance must be the primary function of an applicant to this category.  A full application is required and applications will be Due by October 15, 2021

Project Grants for FY 2022

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These grants are available to any community organization based in and serving Kent County, Maryland.  The KCA can provide up to $1,000 for arts and culture related activities of a community organization.  A full application is required.  These grants are rolling (no deadline) until the fund is depleted or June 30, 2022 (whichever comes first).

Independent Artist Grants for FY 2022

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Thanks to emergency funding from the Maryland State Arts Council, the KCA is able to provide one-time unrestricted cash grants to artists living and working in Kent County.  These grants are need-based, and require an application with financial information.  Grants may be as high as $1,000,  but the amount will depend on the number of applicants.  This will be a one time application process that will open on October 1, 2021 with an application due date of October 31, 2021.

The Kent Cultural Alliance serves the residents of Kent County supporting and creating inclusive artistic and cultural experiences designed to connect communities through shared conversations.

It is the vision of the Kent Cultural Alliance that all residents of Kent County engage in important civic and social conversation using artistic and cultural experiences as a conduit for connection.

For more information please call 410-778-3700, or email the director, John Schratwieser, at john@kentculture.org