MISSISSIPPI ARTS COMMISSION TO HOST GRANTWRITING WORKSHOPS
Jackson, Miss. – The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) will host MAC 101, a presentation on the agency’s grant programs, at multiple sites around the state. These workshops target Mississippi based artists and arts organizations.
The schedule is as follows:
Date Time Venue City
Tuesday, January 5th 6 pm Mississippi School of the Arts Brookhaven
Thursday, January 7th 6 pm Gulfport Galleria of Fine Arts Gulfport
Thursday, January 7th 6 pm Columbus Arts Council Columbus
Monday, January 11th 6 pmDeSoto Arts Council Hernando
Tuesday, January 12th 6 pm Greenville Arts Council Greenville
Tuesday, January 12th 6 pm Yalorun Textiles (quilting education) Water Valley
Thursday, January 14th 6 pm Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation Vicksburg
Thursday, January 28th 3:30 pm Lee-Itawamba Library System Tupelo
5:30 pm Lee-Itawamba Library System Tupelo
At each session, MAC staff will present an overview of the agency’s grant programs and other services. This year, there will be sessions focused on organizations, individual artists, and specific aspect of the grant applications. This will be followed by a discussion on how to prepare an application for the agency’s upcoming annual grant deadline on March 1st. First-time applicants are especially encouraged to attend.
These presentations are free and open to the public and registration is not required. All questions about the sessions, locations, etc., should be directed to Diane Williams, Director of Grants at (601) 359-6529 or email@example.com.
For those who cannot attend one of the presentations in person, the MAC will be offering a conference call version at a later date. To register for the call, please contact Diane Williams, Director of Grants, at (601) 359-6529 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) is a state agency serving more than two million people through grants and special initiatives that enhance communities, assists artists and arts organizations, promote arts education and celebrate Mississippi’s cultural heritage. For more information, visit www.arts.ms.gov.