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Colorado Arts Relief Grant Program

The Colorado Arts Relief program is a funding initiative passed by the State of Colorado Legislature to support arts, cultural and entertainment artists, crew members and organizations suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Arts and culture are a vital component of Colorado’s economic and cultural vitality, playing an important role in community resiliency and recovery. The COVID-19 Relief program for arts, cultural and entertainment artists, crew members and organizations (Colorado Arts Relief program) is a funding initiative passed by the State of Colorado Legislature during the First Extraordinary Session of the 72nd General Assembly from the Small Business Relief Program created in Section 4-48.5-316, enacted by Senate Bill 20B-001. This initiative directs up to $7.5 million for relief payments to eligible artists, crew members and organizations. Funding through this bill will be distributed through two separate grant applications: 1) Colorado Arts Relief—Business and Organization and, 2) Colorado Arts Relief—Individuals. The programs are administered by Colorado Creative Industries.
 
Application Deadline: January 8th, 2021, 4 PM (MST).
 
https://coloradocreativeindustries.org/opportunities/colorado-arts-relief-fund/