Bulletin Board: Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards

                                       Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council Announcement

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JULY 18, 2011 
Lionell Thomas
Executive Director
Prince George's Arts Council

Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards  

Deadline - July 28, 2011


The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) Individual Artist Awards (IAA) are grants awarded to Maryland artists through an anonymous, competitive process to encourage and sustain their pursuit of artistic excellence.


This year's categories are limited to: 


· Non-Classical Music Composition 

· Non-Classical Music Solo Performance


· Play writing


· Visual Arts: Crafts


· Visual Arts: Photography


The MSAC Individual Artist Awards Program is administered by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF). All Individual Artist Award applicants must go to the MAAF web site and use CueRate, an electronic grant application that allows you to submit your application via the Internet. CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE MAAF WEBSITE FOR DETAILS ON THE MSAC INDIVIDUAL ARTIST AWARDS PROGRAM AND TO APPLY! 


Registration is required to participate in the Cue Rate/Digital Image Workshops and Webinars.Individuals that register for the webinars will receive the connection information and instructions for webinar trainings via email. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, or call her at 410-539-6656, ext. 101. TTY 1-800-735-2258.


Reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request.  Please contact MAAF two weeks in advance of workshop.




PGAHC is an independent non-profit organization designated by the Prince George's County government to coordinate financial support and advocacy for the arts.  PGAHC is supported in part by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and Maryland State Arts Council.   For more information about PGAHC, please contact 301-277-1402 or go to www.pgahc.org.   


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