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NYSCA Guidelines Available, FY2016 Application Process Now Open
NYSCA’s Program Guidelines for FY2016 funding are now available on the agency’s website.
The NYSCA online application process is now open and will close at 4:00PM ET, Friday, April 10, 2015. This deadline will be strictly enforced, so please do not delay in beginning work on the application process.
Please note: All funded activities must occur within a January - December 2016 contract term.
Throughout the application process (2/17/15 - 4/10/15) NYSCA will post important training and application resources here. These resources will include a schedule of Webinars and Training Sessions, How-To Application Guide and Frequently Asked Questions.
Please check back regularly. New information will be posted as it becomes available.
To guide applicants through NYSCA's FY2016 online application process we have developed a number of short video tutorials. Please click here for the playlist of videos on YouTube.
Grants Gateway Application How-To Guide:
NYSCA has developed a step-by-step how-to guide to walk applicants through this year's Grants Gateway application. We urge all applicants to reference this guide as they complete Step 2 of NYSCA's FY2016 online application process: Completing NYSCA’s application in the Grants Gateway Grant Opportunity Portal.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Please click here to review Frequently Asked Questions for the FY2016 NYSCA application process.
Informational Conference Calls:
NYSCA Program staff has hosted a number conference calls to outline key information regarding funding guidelines, program eligibility and application requirements. Please click here to access recordings of these conference calls.
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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