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It’s growing season for arts and humanities in South Dakota

For many arts and humanities organizations, 2020 was a fallow year. Fortunately, new grant funding offered through the American Rescue Plan is providing arts and humanities organizations the opportunity grow their operations into something beautiful, hardy, and sustainable.

Arts and humanities organizations nationwide are eligible for American Rescue Plan funds. These funds are intended to help support jobs in the arts and humanities sectors, keep the doors open to affected organizations nationwide, and assist in the field’s response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch a recorded webinar on the grant opportunities and download the resource slides at this link.

It’s growing season for arts and humanities in South Dakota

For many arts and humanities organizations, 2020 was a fallow year. Fortunately, new grant funding offered through the American Rescue Plan is providing arts and humanities organizations the opportunity grow their operations into something beautiful, hardy, and sustainable.

Arts and humanities organizations nationwide are eligible for American Rescue Plan funds. These funds are intended to help support jobs in the arts and humanities sectors, keep the doors open to affected organizations nationwide, and assist in the field’s response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch a recorded webinar on the grant opportunities and download the resource slides at this link.

South Dakota Arts organizations

Apply Here

(for operating support grants and Residencies for Recovery)

South Dakota Humanities organizations

Humanities Grants are Now Closed

Funding for the South Dakota Arts Council and its programs, including American Rescue Plan grants, is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and through a generous contribution from the South Dakota Legislature.

Funding for the South Dakota Humanities Council American Rescue Plan Grant Program is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.