Resources and Blog
Writing your Artist Biography versus your Artist Statement By Erin Gray, Education Coordinator, Acadiana Center for the Arts So you’re going to be in an exhibition - congratulations! Or perhaps you’re planning to submit a grant application (ArtSpark, anyone?). You...
Back in April 2023 we packed about 150 people around a stage two nights in a row at the Feed N' Seed downtown and watched ten outstanding dances choreographed by ten local artists. I assume most of Lafayette hears “dance performance” and thinks of studio recitals— big...
Suzanne’s Tips Application Process 1. Really think about your proposed project: Artistically > Is this project within your current wheelhouse? Practically > How much of this project is within your current skillset? Do you have a network of people to help you...
By Kathy Richard, Co-Founding Director, Acadiana Cultural Health Access As Acadiana temps are predicted to continue to hit 100 again this summer, we encourage you to be mindful of the dangers of heat to yourselves and your fellow humans, particularly around festivals...
By Bree Sargent, Education Director, Acadiana Center for the Arts Originally published in Acadiana Profile on 06/01/2022 There are so many reasons to love you, Acadiana. I love the food and the festivals (I’ve danced my heart out at several recently). I love the...
Our local grant season has just kicked off with submissions opening for ArtSpark on Monday January 9th, so I thought it was a good time to talk about ways to strengthen your applications for ArtSpark as well as any external grants you’re preparing materials for.
- Opportunity Machine
- Funding Opportunities Database