North Carolina Arts Council Artist Support Grant

Region #10 (Caswell, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin)

2022-2023 Application NOW CLOSED

NC Arts Council Artist Support Grant / Region 10:

Caswell, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin Counties

Application Timeline:  August 15 – October 21 at 5pm

Grant Award Range:  $500 – $1,400

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Applicants!  If you have questions regarding the Artist Support Grant for Region 10, please begin your conversation with your local arts organization.
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Caswell Council for the Arts:  caswellarts@gmail.com / 336 694-4474
Rockingham County Arts Council:  director@rcarts.org / 336 355-5783
Stokes County Arts Council:  stokesarts@gmail.com  / 336 593-8159
Surry Arts Council:  arts@surryarts.org / 336 786-7998
Yadkin Arts Council:  info@yadkinarts.org / 336 679-2941
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For email or US Mail applications, please use the following;

Stokes County Arts Council

P.O. Box 66

Danbury, NC 27016

email:  stokesarts@gmail.com

336 593-8159, Eddy McGee

This Project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources. www.NCArts.org.

Region #10 (Caswell, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin)

2023 Grant Winners

Justine Luzwick (Yadkin) –Complete the setup and installation of a home pottery studio. Purchase supplies and materials and support the electrical installation of a kiln.

 

Kaitlyne Colbert (Surry) – Create audio / visual recordings and headshots to market artist as an opera / musical theatre singer.

 

Mary Ryan (Rockingham) – Paint a series of new works of 2d art on large canvases to market muralist services, skills and ideas.

 

Melissa Watson (Stokes) – Photography project to document NC trails, greenways and blueways to coincide with NC’s “Year of the Trail 2023” initiative.

 

Nicole Stockburger (Surry) – Attend the largest annual writer’s conference, AWP Conference, to connect professionally and socially with writing mentors and peers and promote her recently published poetry works. 

 

Nicole Uzzell (Stokes) – Create a papermaking studio “on the go” to teach this medium to smaller communities, including school districts and community art centers.

 

Kathryn Gauldin (Rockingham) – Community weaving project that includes building easy to set up temporary tapestry looms to invite the public to participate in creating a woven tapestry.

 

Darrius Flowers (Stokes) – To improve his public performance and studio recording sound quality through the purchase of mixer, microphones, and cables.