Welcome!
This is the application form for the Community Arts Grant for Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties.  This grant opportunity is part of the Statewide Community Regrant Program administered on behalf of the New York State Council on the Arts by Arts Mid-Hudson.
In order to submit an application, you must first read the Guidelines. Please review these carefully, to determine your eligibility for funding.
For technical assistance in using Submittable or uploading forms, please contact Submittable directly, through the link at the bottom of the form or through the pop-up window that appears.
Word limits are limits, not requirements. Many questions can be answered in fewer words than the limit.
Please see the end of this form for all attachments that must be submitted to this form.
Questions? Call 845-454-3222 ext 11; or email: grants@artsmidhudson.org
Grant Proposal Submission Resources:


Please use this form to submit Interim Reports for 2022/ 2023 Ulster County Cultural Services and Promotion Fund. All Interim Reports are due on Thursday, January 12 2023.

The information provided on this form helps us advocate for increased and continued funding from the Ulster County Legislature. Please be as detailed as possible, especially in describing how this funding has positively impacted your organization and Ulster County.



Questions?  Contact Arts Mid-Hudson Grants Team:

grants@artsmidhudson.org or 845-454-3222.


DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS – Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Arts Mid-Hudson is requesting nominations for the 11th Annual Ulster County Executive's Arts Awards. Nominees must be residents of Ulster County and businesses or organizations must have a place of business in Ulster County.

There are 10  categories this year:
Artivist: Recognizes an Ulster-based artist (activist) who has taken up the charge through their art to highlight social issues.
Arts Education Award:  acknowledges an Ulster-based educator, teaching artist, arts or educational administrator, school, school district or organization that, through extraordinary vision and leadership, has expanded or enriched arts education opportunities to students in Ulster County.
Arts Organization Award:  rewards an Ulster-based arts organization that has made an important contribution to the growth of Ulster County's cultural life over a significant period of time.
Art in Public Places Award; awards an Ulster-based individual artist, arts organization, school, or community group that has successfully designed and installed a public art project.
Business/Corporation Award:  recognizes an Ulster County business or corporation that has demonstrated extraordinary support of the arts and/or vision and leadership in using the arts to enhance community life and enrich Ulster County's cultural heritage.
Inclusion in the Arts: recognizes an Ulster County individual, business or group that advances inclusive opportunities for persons with disabilities with the intention of building and empowering equity and access to the arts within Ulster County.
Individual Artist Award: recognizes an individual residing in Ulster County, whose achievements in his/her discipline are widely recognized and who has demonstrated a compelling or unique artistic vision.
Patron/Philanthropy Award:  recognizes an individual or family residing in Ulster County, who has/have made a significant contribution to the arts through extraordinary leadership, personal financial commitment or philanthropic activities.
Volunteer Award:  recognizes an individual residing in Ulster County, who has/have made a significant contribution to the arts as a board member, volunteer, or other services.
Youth with Exceptional Promise in the Arts:  recognizes an Ulster County resident and either a high school or college student ages 16 through 22 as of June 2023, working or studying in all arts disciplines including visual, performing, literary, film/video, and computer, among others. The nominee must be available to attend the virtual event in June. (*Note: supporting attachments are REQUIRED for nominations in this category.)

Finalists and recipients will be chosen based on their impact in the arts within Ulster County and beyond, and their influence in the community. The review committee reserves the right to not select an awardee in any category. Typically, only one award is given in each category.
Nominations must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, March 1, 2023 and recipients will be selected by an awards panel comprised of professionals in the field. Note that recipients are not chosen by the number of nominations received, but by the QUALITY of their work and by the depth of which it benefits the Ulster County community.
Award winners will be recognized by Ulster County's arts, cultural, civic, and business leaders, at a festive reception in mid-June 2023.
Nominees must be residents of, or corporations/organizations doing business in, Ulster County.  

NOTE: Nominations may not be made for past recipients* however if you nominated someone last year who did not win you may nominate them again.

*Ulster County Executive’s Arts Awards Past Recipients
Arm-of-the-Sea Theater, 2018 Arts Organization
Arthur Anderson, 2016 Patron
ArtBridge, Kingston, 2015 Art in Public Places
Michael Asbill, 2018 Artivist
The Ashokan Center, 2022 Business
The Avalon Archives of Museum of Rock & Roll, 2021 Art in Public Places
Bailey Pottery Equipment & Ceramic Supply, 2016 Business/Corporation
Roger Baker, 2019 Art in Public Places
Stuart Bigley, 2021 Special Citation
Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, 2017 Individual Artist
Barbara Bravo, 2017 Volunteer
Broadway Arts Collective, 2021 Arts in Education
Anthony Cacchio, Jr. (Uncle Tony), 2018 Special Citation
Sydney Cash, 2022 Individual Artist
Coach House Players, 2016 Special Citation
Barbara Cohen, 2016 Volunteer
Center for Creative Education, 2017 Arts in Education
Center for Photography at Woodstock, 2014 Arts Organization
Chronogram, 2014 Business/Corporation
The Collier Family, 2020 Patron
Dennis Connors, 2019 Special Citation-Individual
Cornell Creative Arts Center, 2021 Inclusion in the Arts
Jack DeJohnnette, 2016 Individual Artist
Niaya DeLisio, 2017 Student with Exceptional Promise in the Arts
Nancy Donskoj, 2015 Special Citation
Donald Elder, 2018 Individual Artist
The Falcon, 2013 Special Citation
Abigail Rose Frank, 2019 Student with Exceptional Promise in the Arts
Linda Gillette, 2014 Arts in Education
Lara Giordano & Christine Marmo, 2015 Arts in Education
Karen Goertzel, 2021 Volunteer
Joe Gonzalez, 2022 Volunteer
Trina Greene, 2018 Art in Public Places
Shelly Hamilton, 2013 Arts in Education
Hudson Valley Film Commission, 2019 Special Citation-Organization
Beth Humphrey, 2020 Arts in Education
Maggie Inge, 2022 Special Citation
Ione, 2019 Individual Artist
Stacey Jarit (posthumously), 2018 Special Citation
Garry Kvistad, 2014 Individual Artist
Michael Lalicki, 2021 Individual Artist
Susie Linn, 2020 Volunteer
Jalani Lion, 2021 Artivist
Norm Magnussun, 2017 Art in Public Places
Barbara Masterson, 2022 Artivist
Maverick Concert Series, 2013 Special Citation
Jim McIntyre, 2018 Volunteer
Katharine L. McKenna, 2017 Patron
Ward Mintz & Floyd Lattin, 2019 Patrons
Linda Mary Montano, 2019 Artivist
Amy Mottola, 2016 Arts in Education
O+ Festival, 2014 Art in Public Places
Jill Obrig, 2022 Arts in Education
Pauline Oliveros, 2015 Individual Artist
Robert Osgood, 2015 Patron
P&T Surplus, 2018 Business
Paper House Productions, 2015 Business/Corporation
Lucie Parker, 2018 Student with Exceptional Promise in the Arts
Matthew Pleva, 2020 Art in Public Places
R&F Handmade Paints, 2013 Business/Corporation
The Rosendale Cafe, 2019 Business
Rosendale Theatre Collective, 2020 Arts Organization
Rough Draft, 2021 Business
RUPCO, Inc., 2017 Business
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, 2016 Arts Organization
Saugerties Chamber of Commerce, 2022 Art in Public Places
Shadowland Theatre, 2013 Arts Organization
Marker Syder, 2020 Individual Artist
Asa Spurlock, 2016 Student with Exceptional Promise in the Arts
Ulster Performing Arts Center, 2021 Arts Organization
The Vanaver Caravan, 2022 Arts Organization
Frank Waters, 2020 Artivist
Rick Whelan, 2019 Volunteer
Benjamin Wigfall, 2014 Special Citation
Violet Cricket Withal, 2021 Youth with Exceptional Promise in the Arts
Vindora Wixom, 2020 Special Citation
Dale Wolfield, 2019 Arts in Education
Women's Studio Workshop for au•gust art festival, 2016 Art in Public Places
Lynn Woods & Stephen Blauweiss for "Lost Rondout: A Story of Urban Removal", 2017 Special Citation
Woodstock Artists Association, 2019 Arts Organization
Woodstock Film Festival, 2017 Arts Organization
Woodstock School of Art, 2015 Arts Organization
Roberta Ziemba, 2018 Arts in Education

Arts Mid-Hudson seeks poetry and visual art submissions for inclusion in the upcoming exhibition, Poets Respond to Art, which will be on view in Arts Mid-Hudson’s vgallery opening on March 21, 2023. Selected visual art submissions will be compiled, and made available to the selected poets; poets will then choose one of the art pieces to respond to through their work. The poems and artwork will be displayed together in the final exhibit.  

Eligibility

Artists and Poets must primarily reside in Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, Columbia, Greene, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, or Westchester Counties in New York State.     


Timeline: 

Deadline for poets and artists: February 10

Notification of acceptance & artwork made available to poets: February 15, 2023

If the poet is selected, poems written in response to a piece of art are due: March 7, 2023

Artwork drop off dates: March 7-8, 2023

Show on view: March 21 - April 20, 2023


Details for poets:

  • Poets may submit two poems as a sample of their work. These individual poems will not be included in the show. The poet will be asked to write a new poem responding to artwork they select.
  • Poems must fit on one 8 1/2 x 11 page at 12 pt font
  • Poems must be suitable to be hung in a public gallery at the discretion of the selection committee and Arts Mid-Hudson.


Details for visual artists:

  • Artists may submit up to three art pieces for consideration.
  • There is no size limit.
  • All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D (sculpture).
  • There is no specific theme or prompt for visual artists. The selection committee will seek a variety of work to inspire participating poets.
  • Work must be suitable for the gallery at the discretion of the selection committee and Arts Mid-Hudson.
  • All submissions will be accepted using this online form.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson receives a 25% commission on sale of artworks

 

Details for performing artists:

Questions? Please contact Lilia Pérez, Grants and Programs Manager or Sylvia Diaz, Arts Education Coordinator.  Phone: (845) 454-3222 | Email: gallery@artsmidhudson.org

Welcome! 

This is the application form for the Arts Learning Grant for Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties.  This grant opportunity is part of the Statewide Community Regrant Program administered on behalf of the New York State Council on the Arts by Arts Mid-Hudson. 

In order to submit an application, you must first read the Guidelines. Please review these carefully, to determine your eligibility for funding. 

For technical assistance in using Submittable or uploading forms, please contact Submittable directly, through the link at the bottom of the form or through the pop-up window that appears. Word limits are limits, not requirements. Many questions can be answered in fewer words than the limit. 

Please see the end of this form for all attachments that must be submitted to this form. Questions? Call 845-454-3222 ext 11; or email: grants@artsmidhudson.org 

Grant Proposal Submission Resources:


 

Welcome!

This is the application form for the Individual Artist Commission for Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties.  This grant opportunity is part of the Statewide Community Regrant Program administered on behalf of the New York State Council on the Arts by Arts Mid-Hudson.

In order to submit an application, you must first read the Guidelines. Please review these carefully, to determine your eligibility for funding.

It is highly recommended that all applicants to complete the Grant Eligibility Form to alert us of your intent to submit a proposal. AMH staff will review key details of your project to check for eligibility and make recommendations.

For technical assistance in using Submittable or uploading forms, please contact Submittable directly, through the link at the bottom of the form or through the pop-up window that appears.

Word limits are limits, not requirements. Many questions can be answered in fewer words than the limit.

Please see the end of this form for all attachments that must be submitted to this form.

Questions? Call 845-454-3222; or email: grants@artsmidhudson.org 

Grant Proposal Submission Resources:

Arts Mid-Hudson