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New York State Council on the Arts Events - November 2015
Please join local hosts, leaders of regional programs, New York State Council on the Arts, and Americans for the Arts for discussions about state funding opportunities, innovative local and regional arts programs and successful advocacy models for a dynamic and sustainable arts, culture and heritage sector.
Events will be held in New York City, Buffalo, Syracuse and Schenectady throughout November.
Each event will include an introduction by NYSCA; a presentation on an issue of local interest ; and an advocacy presentation & discussion facilitated by Americans for the Arts. Events will be followed by a reception.
Click here for more information on the regional events & to RSVP.
The Regional Economic Development Council Program (REDC) application period closed on Friday, July 31, 2015. Thank you to those organizations that submitted an application. Award announcements are anticipated in late 2015. Please periodically review NYSCA's and the Regional Council's websites for more information.
NYSCA & NYCON Co-Hosted Webinars on Organizational Budgeting and Cash Flow Management
Are you confused by expenditure reports?
Not sure how to manage your cash flow when your primary funder(s) shift their funding periods?
Confounded by how to report on program activities when your fiscal year or project period doesn’t line up with your contract term?
Click below to view a recording of the two-part webinar co-hosted by NYSCA and NYCON on Organizational Budgeting and Cash Flow Management.
Results of NYSCA’s 2014 Public Survey Now Available
Please click here to download the survey results.
More than 3,750 participants shared their experiences with and opinions of arts, culture and heritage in New York State. The survey report highlights a number of findings speaking to the breadth of participation and the enthusiasm with which citizens participate in arts, culture and heritage activities statewide. The findings also show how participants affiliated with arts, culture and heritage organizations perceive NYSCA and how the state's support impacts their organizations.
All organizations must be successfully prequalified in order to be considered for NYSCA funding. For more information, please visits GrantsReform.ny.gov.
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