Fine Arts Foundation Grant
Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from the Fine Arts Foundation.
Please review the Grant Application Guidelines. If your organization meets the outlined criteria, an application can be obtained by clicking on the link on the bottom of the Guideline page.
Please note that the deadline for applications is May 2nd, which is a change from previous years. Fine Arts Foundation grant recipients will be notified by the end of August.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us atFAFGrants@hotmail.com.
The grants are awarded to varied and diverse beneficiaries supporting audiences with broad interests and appeal.
Clyfford Still Museum: The Fine Arts Foundation is a member of the Founders Circle of donors.
Denver Art Museum: The upcoming Yves Saint Laurent exhibition is supported by a Fine Arts Foundation grant.
Museo de las Americas: The Museo is mounting the exhibition, Wixaritaria, bringing over 100 objects representing the Huichol art and culture from The Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City. This is one of the most prestigious Folk Art Museums in the world.
Rocky Mountain PBS: Funds will be applied to the program budget for Great Performances. With programs ranging from rock to opera, this is one of the longest-running, performance-oriented programs on Public Television.
Swallow Hill Music Association: Funds will be used to upgrade restrooms, parking lot, customer service software, and fire safety system, creating a safer and more pleasing atmosphere and experience for patrons, community and neighborhood.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts: The student participation Tom Sawyer project will use Fine Arts Foundation grant monies.
University of Denver: Funds underwrite the Fine Arts Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund at The Lamont School of Music.
Up Close and Musical: A beginning violin and cello program at a Denver school in Montbello will be implemented using a Fine Arts Foundation grant.