January 5, 2015
The grants are for non-profit organizations dedicated to making arts and culture more equitable.
Competitive applicants provide creative programs for Portland’s diverse communities, underserved neighborhoods, persons with disabilities, and other under-represented populations.
Funding for the grants comes from the voter-approved Arts Education and Access Fund. RACC plans to invest approximately $50,000 towards expanding cultural accessibility.
Applications are due by March 3. Visit RACC’s website for more information.
Photo courtesy of RACC.