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The mission of the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County is to provide leadership, funding, and support that promotes artistic excellence and historic preservation and to advocate for resources and education that expand arts opportunities for all, helping to create an enriched and healthy community. We envision Anne Arundel County as a place where artists are inspired and creativity thrives, where arts and culture bring people of all backgrounds together to enrich, bind, and celebrate our community.
Funding for our grantmaking is generously provided through Anne Arundel County, the Maryland State Arts Council, and the City of Annapolis, as well as a number of corporations, foundations, and private donors.
You will find currently available submission opportunities on this page. To get started, click on "Apply" and create your profile in Submittable.
Call for Artists - Deale, Maryland Mural Project RFQ
ACAAC is running this call for the Arts Lab of South County; submit your qualifications by December 1, 2023.
2024 Arts and Cultural Resources Grant
Applications will open December 1, 2023. For grant guidelines, click HERE
2023-2024 Arts in Education Grant
Applications now being accepted on a rolling basis until March 2024. Please note, there will no grant application review in December.
For grant guidelines, click HERE
2023-2024 ACAAC Teaching Artist Directory
*Deadline for submissions has been updated! Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis until December 31, 2023.
FY2024 Community Arts Grant Important Dates click HERE
Spring Mini Grant FAQs click HERE
The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County’s annual Arts in Education (AiE) Teaching Artist Directory was designed to put the world of the arts at the fingertips of program directors as they apply for their school's AiE Residency and Auditorium Grants. This directory is a great resource for all schools throughout Anne Arundel County to see the variety of vibrant teaching artists from the visual, performing, historic, and literary arts, as well as community groups looking for quality arts programming. If you would like to be included in our 2023-2024 AiE Teaching Artist Directory, please review the guidelines HERE before submitting an application.
*Deadline for submissions has been updated!*
Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis until December 31, 2023.
The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County is pleased to offer this grant funding opportunity in partnership with the Anne Arundel County Office of Planning and Zoning Cultural Resources Division, which protects the County’s historic sites, buildings, archaeological sites, and landscapes. These grants support programming that: utilizes heritage resources in Anne Arundel County in a new or innovative way; increases public access to historic sites; improves or enhances how the public engages with heritage resources; and/or encourages the maintenance and preservation of important heritage sites. This grant cycle will consider funding requests that include as part of the request support for certain limited physical improvements to a historic property that will directly support or expand the proposed programming and provide for safe, ADA-compliant public access.
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The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County’s Arts in Education program has supported the integration of the arts into educational curricula in our schools for over a decade, and its impact continues to grow. Our grants enable schools and PTO/PTA groups to present quality performances and residencies for students in dance, history, music, theatre and arts-related or arts-integrated projects.
Arts in Education grants are open to all public and private accredited K-12 schools in Anne Arundel County. Schools may apply for up to two grants per school year. We try to fund as many programs as possible, based upon available funding; preference is given to Title I schools.
Please note that we are now using the same application form for both Auditorium and Residency Arts in Education Grants. The program guidance is available here.
Grant applications can be completed jointly by multiple staff members; click on the “Invite Collaborators” icon on the top left-hand corner of the application form.
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