Arizona Commision on the Arts: Extension Announcement.

IMG_0003The application deadline for the fiscal year 2014 grants cycle for organizations and schools is next Thursday, March 21, 2013, 11:59pm. Grant Guides and information can be found on the Arizona Commission on the Arts website at http://www.azarts.gov/grants/organizations-and-schools/guides/.

Please be advised: As a government agency, the Arts Commission is not able to offer any exceptions or extensions to the grants deadline.

Please pay special attention to the following reminders.

  • All Applicants: All applicants to the Arts Commission’s Grants to      Organizations and Schools are required to create a new profile in GO!EGOR,      the new online application system, this year. If your organization is a      previous grantee of the Arts Commission, the login information your      organization previously used in EGOR will not work in GO!EGOR.
  • Community Investment Grant      (CIG) Applicants:      Organizations applying to the Community Investment Grant program are      required to enter financial data through the Arizona Cultural Data Project      (AZCDP) as part of the application process. Applicants must generate a CDP      Funder Report consisting of FY12 and FY11 “Review Complete” financial data      through the Arizona CDP website. Review the guidelines for more information.Also, all organizations are required to submit a full application for      FY14. The CIG program may return to an alternate year review cycle in      FY15.

Arts Commission offices will be open until 5pm on Thursday, March 21, 2013 for applicant assistance. The Arts Commission does not advise waiting until the day of the deadline to submit applications. Applicants report that the online application system slows significantly on the day of the deadline due to the volume of traffic on the server.

Questions regarding GO!EGOR?
Contact Ginny Berryhill, Grants and Information Technology Manager at gberryhill@azarts.gov or 602-771-6528.

Questions regarding the Cultural Data Project?
Contact Patrick Fanning, Arts Commission Special Projects Coordinator at pfanning@azarts.gov or 602-771-6529, or the Cultural Data Project Help Desk.

Together we can imagine an Arizona where everyone can participate in and experience the arts.