Various Locations, Oregon
Thursday, March 06, 2014

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Oregon Cultural Trust
 provides state recognition and support to significant cultural programs and projects, preserving and enhancing Oregon's diverse arts, heritage and humanities efforts.

County & Tribal Cultural Coalitions grants support grassroots efforts to expand arts, heritage and humanities programs.  The Trust's goal with the coalition grants is to involve community members in creating, sharing, documenting, celebrating, and developing their shared culture.

Oregon Humanities supports public programs designed to explore the humanities in participatory and dynamic ways. We encourage applications from a broad range of nonprofit organizations in Oregon, including those that may not define their work as being based in the humanities. We especially welcome inquiries for projects that will attract diverse audiences, engage minds, and stimulate meaningful community dialogue. Public Program Grants range from $1,000 to $10,000 and are awarded once a year.

Heritage Programs Grants of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department support history and heritage activities in Oregon.

Heritage Grant Program - Administered by the Oregon Heritage Commission, it provides matching grants to non-profit organizations, federally recognized tribal governments and local governments for projects that conserve, develop or interpret Oregon’s heritage.

Oregon Museum Grant Program - Also administered by the Oregon Heritage Commission, it offers matching grants to public and non-profit heritage museums that meet certain qualifications. The grants support Oregon museum projects for the collection and management of heritage collections, for heritage-related tourism, and heritage education and interpretations.

Oregon Historic Cemetery Grant Program – Administered by the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries (OCHC), it offers grants to non-profit organizations, federally recognized tribal governments, local governments and private individuals for projects relating to protection and security, restoration and preservation, education and training, research and interpretation in historic cemeteries.

 Preserving Oregon Grant Program – Administered by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), it offers matching grants for rehabilitation work that supports the preservation of historic resources listed in the National Register of Historic Places or for significant work contributing toward identifying, preserving and/or interpreting archaeological sites.

Oregon Arts Commission offers a variety of matching grants to support arts programming in Oregon. Grant programs are supported with general funds from the State of Oregon and the Oregon Cultural Trust, and federal dollars from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Connecting Students to the World of Work grants support projects that draw connections for underserved students to the world of work, offering engagement in the professional elements of an artistic/creative career field. This This program targets underserved communities.


Access Reimbursements Grants offset the expenditures of specific access expenses incurred by Oregon’s nonprofit arts organizations, to ensure public access to all individuals who want to participate in an activity of the organization.


Arts Recognition grants are $1,000 awards that recognize exemplary arts organizations that have a record of excellence in programming, service and organizational capacity, but typically have not received other Arts Commission funding.


Operating Support grants support the operations of and public access to the programs of Oregon's medium and large not-for-profit arts organizations.


Arts Services grants provide operating support to local and regional art councils, or other arts organizations that offer regular, ongoing arts services to a broad audience.


Arts Learning grants expand opportunities for K-12 students to learn in and through the arts, producing measurable learning outcomes by responding to an arts education issue demonstrated by specific school(s) or a community.

Arts Build Communities grants recognize and support both the arts in local communities and the involvement of the arts and artists in community development. The program targets underserved communities.

Art Acquisition grants provide resources to Oregon's visual art institutions and public visual arts collections through the Ford Family Foundation's Art Acquisition Fund.


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  • Phone: 503-986-0088

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