LYONS — Art at River Bend Call for Vendors
Sunday, July 17, 2022 from 12pm to 7pm
Application DUE by Friday, July 1
River Bend is a patch of green, shaded lawn in downtown Lyons; located between the Wee Casa rentals and the St. Vrain River.
Call for artists and artisans of all mediums! After a two year hiatus, the Boulder County Arts Alliance and Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission are excited to welcome back this festival of art sales, food trucks, drinks, craft activities, and more. Booth fees are $125 for BCAA members/ $150 for non-members (this is as opposed to taking a percentage of artists’ proceeds in previous years). The event is a benefit for the Boulder County Arts Alliance and the Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission. To apply, visit the Boulder County Arts Alliance website and fill out the form. The deadline application is Friday, July 1.
FUNDING Opportunities, city of Boulder
Arts Administration Rehiring Grants (due to COVID impact) – Due July 11
The Arts Administration Rehiring Grants are designed to respond to industry-specific, COVID-related workforce impacts through targeted grants to nonprofits. This grant is an enhancement grant to rehire of arts administration positions that were eliminated due to the pandemic. This grant is funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
Applicants must demonstrate the position was eliminated due to the pandemic restrictions or recession. Open to full-time and part-time regular staff, long-term contractors, and restoration of a position to full-time are eligible uses of the grant.
10 grants at $87,900 each, divided over three years, are available. Deadline July 11. Eligibility requirements and details can be found on our website. for any organization with programing in Boulder city. Check with Lyons art groups and Town hall to see if they know of similar grants.
Indigenous Peoples Day Request for Proposals – Due July 11
The City of Boulder’s Human Relations Commission is currently accepting proposals from local organizations that would like to host an event for Indigenous Peoples Day, to be held between Saturday, Oct. 8, and Monday, Oct. 10, 2022. The celebration is part of a national effort to recognize and honor the existence, culture and contributions of the original inhabitants of North America.
Community groups and organizations are eligible for grants through the Human Relations Commission with a maximum amount of $2,000 per event. In addition, the Office of Arts and Culture is offering enhancement sponsorships of up to $2,000 per event for programs with arts components.
For consideration, proposals must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Monday, July 11, 2022. Applications are available on the city’s website.
See also “Boulder Arts in the Parks” for performance info, and tickets
Links supplied by City of Boulder Office of Arts and Culture
NOTE: When you click on these links, FIRST look at the deadline, and eligibility requirements.
Intercambio seeks a Chief Executive Officer who is passionate about fostering meaningful cross-cultural connection and belonging through English education.
Artists directly impacted by the Marshall Fire are invited to apply to an open call exploring themes within the parameters of the Marshall Fire context + of visioning new life within this context.
The Boulder County Film Commission now has a directory! It is the best place to find Boulder film and video professionals, local support services, rental gear, accommodations, talent, and more. Check it out or list yourself today.
Sign up for the new Colorado Arts Action Network (CAAN) and lend your voice to support arts in Colorado.
Artist Communities Alliance (ACA) upcoming deadlines for residency opportunities.
Many of the resources we have listed in previous newsletters are still open for applications. The full list of resources is available at the Colorado Creative Industries website.