Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 16:00
Humanities & Arts


NYSCA accepts grant applications from nonprofit organizations incorporated or registered to do business in New York State, Native American tribes in New York State, and units of government in municipalities in New York State. An organization must have its principal place of business located in New York serving the State’s constituents.

NYSCA supports projects in the following discipline and field-related program areas: Architecture, Planning and Design; Arts in Education; Folk Arts; Individual Artists; Literature; Museum; Music; Presenting; Special Arts Services; Theatre; Visual Arts etc. Most NYSCA grants provide less than 50 percent of the project's budget. Awards are typically for 12 months.

Cornell Internal Selection Process: Cornell may submit two proposals under NYSCA's combined application procedure, with a few exceptions based on discipline/field. Investigators interested in applying should submit the following: 1. One-two page description of the proposed project or event. The description must indicate the field/discipline and application category; 2. List of PI, Co-PIs, and other collaborators/participants. Include a two-page CV for PI and Co-PIs only; and 3. One-page budget outline showing major budget categories. Indicate the dollar amount being requested from NYSCA and what other sources will be used to fund the proposed project or event. Note: Please follow the internal selection guidelines carefully. Proposals not following the guidelines provided above and/or not responsive to the programmatic interests of the sponsor may be returned for correction or rejected from the internal competition without review. Elaine E. LaRocque OVPR/RAIS Cornell University. 

Deadline: March 28, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.