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Madison Resources

MMOCA

 
MMoCA

 

Since 1901, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art has provided free exhibitions and education programs for city residents and visitors. In 2006, the museum moved into a new facility designed by Cesar Pelli, in downtown Madison.

 

Madison Arts Commission

 
Madison Arts Commission

 

The MAC grants program currently offers four programs: ArtWORKS!, BLINK, Signature grants, and Project grants.

 

 

Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission
Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission

 

The Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission fosters public participation in local arts and historical activity.

 

UW-Madison Grant Information Collection
UW-Madison Grant Information Collection
 
Nikki Busch, Grants & Reference Librarian. Memorial Library, Room 262A University of Wisconsin-Madison. 728 State Street Madison, WI 53706 nbusch@library.wisc.edu
608-262-6431
madison art guild
Madison Art Guild
 
The Madison Art Guild is a non-profit organization of over 100 artists in south-central Wisconsin.
Madion Watercolor Society
Madison Watercolor Society
 
Madison Watercolor Society was formed in 1983 as a nonprofit, member-based transparent watercolor organization.

 

Center for Photography, Madison
 
he Center for Photography at Madison (CPM) provides a home for photographic activity in Wisconsin.
   

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Karin Wolf

Karin Wolf

Madison Arts Program Administrator

 

Visit the Madison Art Commission Website

 

 
Question: What makes a successful grant application?

 

Answer: A successful grant applicant has researched the guidelines and application, and when possible talked with a grant officer. Thus, the applicant knows their project is a good match for the funding source. Their narrative answers application questions thoroughly yet succinctly. They persuade the review panel that the project is of high artistic merit, has community value, and will make significant impact if given the grant as a revenue source. Letters of support speak to the artist’s abilities and the project’s importance. The budget computes and the narrative is edited to perfection. The application is well organized, delivered on time, and neatly presented.

 

 

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