Teacher Arts Project Grants available to public, private, and charter schools serving High Point and Jamestown students in grades K-12
Since 1987, the High Point Arts Council has shown its commitment to arts education through Teacher Arts Project Grants. These grants are available to public, private, and charter schools serving High Point and Jamestown students in grades K-12.
The purpose of these grants is to bring the arts alive to students through various arts programs and to bring artists of all types into the classrooms. Projects that integrate the arts with curriculum and those that hire multicultural artists are given extra consideration.
Applicants may be a teacher, a group of teachers, and/or the PTA. There is not a limit to the number of applications that a school may submit. PTAs must have a teacher representative for the project and all projects must have approval of the school’s principal or headmaster.
The deadline for submission of a TAP Grant is by 5:00 p.m. on January 6, 2020. Please mail or deliver the grant application to the High Point Arts Council, Centennial Station Arts Center, 121 S. Centennial Street, High Point, NC 27260.
For more information, visit www.HighPointArts.org/arts/grants/teacher-arts-projects/ or contact Debbie Lumpkins, Executive Director, High Point Arts Council, 336-889-2787 ext. 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher Arts Project Grants are designed, funded and administered by the High Point Arts Council with financial support from the Masland Foundation and grassroots funding from the North Carolina Arts Council.