Share Art Flint

Share Art Flint The Ruth Mott Foundation supports "Community Arts & Culture."

We want new ideas from grass-roots arts and culture practitioners, emerging organizations and creative arts and culture educators, including those who don't usually apply for foundation grants.


The 2023-24 Community of Practice Program in Youth Driven Spaces aim to serve a cohort of youth-service professionals across Michigan and equip them with the skills and supports necessary to grow high quality programs for adolescents that center youth voice and decision making. This CoP program will...


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Does your Midwestern nonprofit want to present performing and visual arts activities between November 2023—June 2024? If so, you can apply for a GIG Fund grant.


Back to All News November 30, 2022 Call for Applications for the 2023 Michigan Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, due January 2, 2023 The Michigan Traditional Arts Program of Michigan State University seeks applications for its 2023 Michigan Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, which facil...


Don't Delay! Aug. 3rd (5pm) Funding Deadline

Start your on-line application for funding from Michigan Arts and Culture Council "MACC" (formerly MCACA).

Feel free to contact Suzanne Lossing, Regional Regrantor for more information ([email protected]) -- or -- visit MACC's Smart Simple site for specific information on the granting guidelines, and how to apply, at:


MCACA provides grants to encourage, initiate and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment in Michigan.


Beginning in the 1960s, activist Chicano artists in the United States forged a remarkable tradition in printmaking that remains vital today. These teaching posters feature five screenprints from the pioneering collection of Latinx art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.


Overview of NALAC’s Relief Efforts The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) recognizes the continual compounding impact that the COVID-19 public health pandemic is having on the Latinx artistic communities and greater Latinx populations in the United States and Puerto Rico. In ...


The Employee Assistance Grants were made available by Senate Bill 748, and are designed to provide support to employees impacted by the MDHHS Gathering and Face Mask Order that took effect on November 18, 2020. The Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association Educational Foundation is administering th...


Up to $1,500 each award for Professional or Organizational Development grant funding. Applications due by 5pm Jan. 15th.


Reminder: Don't Miss It! MCACA Grant Opportunities: Deadline Jan. 15th. Funding for Arts Projects, and/or Professional or Organizational Development for Region 6a (Genesee, Lapeer, & Shiawassee Counties). Questions: contact: [email protected]; 810-735-6303. You can start your application on-line at: (no www.).

Upcoming workshops for MCACA funding opportunities (Aug. 3rd deadline to apply)

Upcoming workshops for MCACA funding opportunities (Aug. 3rd deadline to apply)

Friendly Reminder:  Jan. 15th deadline for the MCACA Minigrants.  We have unused professional development (POD) funding ...

Friendly Reminder: Jan. 15th deadline for the MCACA Minigrants. We have unused professional development (POD) funding available, and funding for Arts Projects. Artists, non-profits, municipalities, K-12 schools - Start your application Monday (system down this weekend) at
Questions? Email: [email protected]


Since all Levitt projects are community-driven, we’ve opened the grant selection process to YOU! Sign up to vote for the Top 25 Levitt AMP finalists.



Reminder: Today at 11:59 pm, EST is the MCACA Minigrant Deadline (Art Projects, Professional/Organizational Development). If you have any questions, contact Suzanne Lossing, Region 6a Regrantor; at [email protected], or 810-735-6303.


Artists from eight southeast Michigan counties have the chance to strut their stuff as the MI Great Artist online art competition kicks into gear. Cash and prizes total more than $16,000.
Visual artists who are at least 18 years old who live, work or go to school in the following counties are eligible: Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Shiawassee, St. Clair and Wayne.
They may submit up to five original works online at A public vote will determine the top 30 artists. New this year, the top vote getter will receive the “People’s Choice” award and is automatically one of the five finalists. A panel of arts professionals will choose four other finalists and ultimately the winner.

ENTER NOW: Entries may be submitted to MI Great Artist now through noon on August 17. There is no fee to participate. Complete rules are posted at
MI Great Artist™ is an initiative of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson.


This might be of interest for artists who partner, or want to engage with, the parks in Flint:


The Planning and Zoning Division is currently drafting an update to the City's Five Year Parks and Recreation Plan. A valued component of this process is YOUR input. Therefore, we hope you will be able to join us at one of our community workshops:

Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Berston Field House 5:30-7:00pm

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at Brennan Senior Center 5:30-7:00pm

This plan is required by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for state grants and it outlines the City's strategies for providing parks and recreation. This plan will align with the highly participatory 2013 Imagine Flint Master Plan’s goals and objectives.

At these workshops we will revise the strategic guiding principles and goals of the proposed Five Year Parks and Recreation Plan. There will also be a "dollar exercise" where you can tell us how to you would like us to "spend” your Park Millage dollars. Through providing your written feedback, ideas, questions; you will help strengthen the draft plan. We value your comments as they will help determine which improvements are most needed in our park system and how the City can best spend our limited millage dollars and staff time.

This important community input will be used to create a draft plan this winter. Following its completion, the draft plan will be made available for public comment and further edits. The revised draft will then be presented in a public hearing before the City of Flint city council officially adopts it early next year.

Please join us and share your thoughts and input concerning Flint's J. Dallas Dort Park System and help guide the City's strategy for the next five years!

For questions, please contact Andrew Fedewa at [email protected] 810-766-7426 x. 3016 or Adam Moore at [email protected]

Hope to see you at one of the workshops!


The Imagine Flint Planning Team


Mark you calendar! We're at the one-month count down to the 2017 Flint Youth Film Festival!

New this year! The Audience Choice Award! Come to the screenings and vote for your favorite film!


MCACA Minigrant Grant Funding is Available:

1. Professional / Organizational Development
award maximum is $1,500, deadline Aug. 3rd

2. Arts Projects
award maximum is $4,000, deadline Aug. 3rd.

Choice of Free Workshops:

a) Monday, June 26, 1pm - GFAC, 816. S. Saginaw, Flint, MI 48502

b) Wednesday, June 28, 10:30am & 1:30pm, Shiawassee Arts Center, 206 Curwood Castle Drive, Owosso, MI

c) Friday, June 30, 1:00pm, Gallery 194, 194 West Nepessing Street, Lapeer, 48446 (also evening art reception)

For more information Contact:

[email protected] / 810-735-6303,

or visit the MCACA website at: -grants


Arts Council serving Genesee County and adjacent communities.


"The Air We Share" . Located on the University Ave Corrider, at Grand Traverse. This project was made possible by a Share Arts Grant with generous funding by the Ruth Mott foundation. A kinetic sculpture, it is directly influenced by artwork from children of the community. A special thanks extended to the Greater Flint Arts Council, the Ruth Mott Foundation as well as Kettering University. "Air knows no boundaries, it cannot be divided by neighborhoods, communities, race or personal views" - Rod Campbell, Artist


Friendly Reminder: Jan. 15th Grant Deadline
Region 6a (Genesee, Lapeer & Shiawassee counties)
Artists, Non-profits, Municipalities, K-12, colleges/universities, etc.
Art/Cultural Projects; or Professional/Organizational Development.

One application submitted so far. Contact Suzanne Lossing if you have questions, and/or if you have submitted an application.

Suzanne can email you the grant guidelines, or check them out at: -grants

For those who would like to meet, she has scheduled times in Genesee, Lapeer & Shiawassee counties.
[email protected];

"The Air We Share" kinetic sculpture by Rod Campbell.  Currently located at University and N. Grand Traverse.  This scul...

"The Air We Share" kinetic sculpture by Rod Campbell. Currently located at University and N. Grand Traverse. This sculpture was heavily influenced by children and residents of the community through engaging workshops this past summer. This sculpture is being enjoyed by many as it moves with the airflow that passes through the community.



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