The Idaho Commission on the Arts promotes artistic excellence, education in the arts, access to the arts for all, and community investment in the arts.
United States of Arts: Idaho
In collaboration with Idaho Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts looks at the arts and culture of Idaho. Developed as part of the NEA's 50th Anniversary United States of Arts: Tell Us Your Art Story series.Watch Video
2016 Fellowships in Performing and Media Arts: Lauren Edson
Choreographer Lauren Edson talks about movement, music, and more. Produced by Retroscope Media and Idaho Commission on the Arts.Watch Video
HOW DO I APPLY FOR A GRANT?
1. Develop Your Application
Develop a complete, well-crafted application that provides all the information necessary for our panels to review.
2. Submit Your Grant
Applications are limited to one within a grant category for each deadline. All eligibility requirements must be met on the date of application.
3. Panel Review
Professional panelists who provide diverse viewpoints within their discipline and broad demographic representation extensively review all applications.
4. Grant Awarded
Grants are awarded! All funds are taxable, so consult a tax preparer and be sure to keep records for at least three years.