Zellerbach Family Foundation

For The Community Arts Program

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/15/2011
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
The Zellerbach Family Foundation’s Community Arts Program distributes funding to San Francisco and East Bay community arts organizations: performing companies; presenting organizations; visual and traditional arts groups; and individual artists working with community groups. By supporting these small-budget organizations, the Community Arts Program seeks to ensure the availability of a wide variety of art experiences, promotes multicultural community art, encourages new artists, and develops new audiences. Within the arts field, the Community Arts Program plays a particularly important role in supporting new and experimental work. Each quarter, a peer panel of artists awards project grants ranging from $1,000 to $7,500, primarily to small and midsize groups.
About the Grantee
Address
575 Market Street, Suite 2950, San Francisco, CA, 94105-2881, United States
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for the Community Arts Program  
The Zellerbach Family Foundation’s Community Arts Program distributes funding to San Francisco and East Bay community arts organizations: performing companies, presenting organizations, visual and traditional arts groups, and individual artists working with community groups. By supporting these small-budget organizations, the Community Arts Program seeks to ensure the availability of a wide variety of art experiences, promote multicultural community art, encourage new artists, and develop new audiences. Within the arts field, the Community Arts Program plays a particularly important role in supporting new and experimental work. Each quarter, a peer panel of artists awards project grants ranging from $1,000 to $7,500, primarily to small and midsize groups.
for the Community Arts program  
The Zellerbach Family Foundation’s Community Arts Program distributes funding to San Francisco and East Bay community arts organizations: performing companies; presenting organizations; visual and traditional arts groups; and individual artists working with community groups. By supporting these small-budget organizations, the Community Arts Program seeks to ensure the availability of a wide variety of art experiences, promotes multicultural community art, encourages new artists, and develops new audiences. Within the arts field, the Community Arts Program plays a particularly important role in supporting new and experimental work. Each quarter, a peer panel of artists awards project grants ranging from $1,000 to $7,500, primarily to small and midsize groups.

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