Grants Range: $1,000 - $5,000

Supported by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program

Community Arts (CA) supports local arts projects and activities that enable Bronx communities to experience and engage with the performing, literary, media, and visual arts. All projects must be community based and open to the general public. Local non-profit organizations may apply directly to this program; individual artists or collectives must apply either through a Bronx-based fiscal sponsor, or in partnership with a community-based non-profit organization based in the Bronx. Grants range from $1,000 to $5,000.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Monday, October 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM

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2018 AWARDEES

Project V.I.P. (Voice, Identity, Power) for girls

Project V.I.P. (Voice, Identity, Power) encourages girls and young women to express themselves through theatre and dramatic writing, deepening their… more

Bronx Artist Spotlight 2018

Pepatian will offer three projects; The Bronx Hip-Hop Academy, which provides workshops focusing on Hip-Hop music, visual arts, dance, spoken… more

Bronx Book Fair

The Bronx Book Fair in partnership with the New York Public Library is the premiere literary event in the Bronx.… more

RCC Teen Theater Project

RCC Teen Theater Project is an exciting collaborative learning experience which gives students an opportunity to sing, act, dance, paint… more

Art Recycled

Art Recycled is a craft and visual arts program made from recycled plastic bags. Plastic bags can be cut with… more

Serviam Garden’s Arts & Crafts Club

A space for our residents to grow in friendship and community with one another while learning artistic skills. The Arts… more

Bronx Concert Singers 37th Season

The 37th Concert Season will feature two public concerts for chorus, vocal soloists and orchestral accompaniment. The spring concert will… more

“Rigoletto by Guiseppe Verdi and “Susannah” by Carlisle Floyd

The Lighthouse Opera Company will perform Verdi’s opera, Rigoletto, and the American opera, Susannah. Rigoletto and Susannah contain themes universally… more

Karaoke in the Park

Williamsbridge has a unique geographical disadvantage in creating unity amongst residents. The goal is to unite neighbors, students, parents and… more

Barefoot Dancing

Van Cortlandt Park Conservancy will be performing BAREFOOT DANCING, a free interactive multi-cultural performing arts program. It brings teaching artists… more

“WE ARE MELROSE” / “Melrose Holiday Parranda 2018”

WE STAY/Nos Quedamos will offer two community folk arts projects; “We Are Melrose,” a diverse, outdoor community folk art celebration… more

Happy Birthday Duke! Jazz Appreciation Month

The Woodlawn Conservancy 2018 marks the 100th Anniversary of the “Dawn of the Jazz Age,” celebrating the legacy of artists… more

“Brother Sou” & “Martin’s T.R.U.T.H.” – The Plays

The plays “Brother Sou” and “Martin’s Truth” are about frightened, abandoned children learning to navigate today’s world without parents or… more

Photo Narratives: Image and Context

Image and Context: Artsmith will engage middle and high school students in a program that evokes their imagination and creativity… more

Patchwork Memories

Patchwork Memories is a design art project focused on quilting. Seniors create fabric squares with autobiographical meaning. They will be… more

D3’s Sensory Friendly Art Program

D3 creates recreational and creative programs for children who may not otherwise have access to arts instruction. D3 will offer… more

Diversity and Access to DANCE

Diversity and Access to DANCE, aims to continue promoting, presenting and preserving the folkloric & traditional music and dances from… more

The Bronx Native American Festival

The Friends of Pelham Bay Park will host the 2018 Bronx Native American Festival, featuring singers, dancers, musicians, and storytellers… more

Poetry Workshop Series

The Hope Israel Senior Center is offering a poetry workshop series, which will provide older adults with the opportunity to… more

KHCC Poetry and Music Enhancement

KHCC Poetry and Music Enhancement provides disadvantaged youth opportunities to explore the arts through enriching activities led by community artists,… more

Mosaic Literary Conference

The Mosaic Literacy Conference provides a platform for literature-based creative thinking and knowledge sharing. Each year they invite educators, community… more

The Solid Ground Project

The “Solid Ground Project” will introduce two new plays based on true stories of young people growing up in the… more

Mazarte en el Bronx Tour – Cuentos y Caminos

Mazarte en el Bronx Tour aims to establish a Bronx-focused tour showcasing Mazarte’s Mexican Folkloric ballet program to local audiences… more

The D.O.M.E. Experience

The D.O.M.E. Experience is a multimedia/interdisciplinary production designed to tap into the senses of its audience members, providing an enhanced… more

The Parkchester Chorus Spring and Winter Concerts 2018

The Parkchester presents diverse forms of music such as opera, classical music and Broadway tunes to the Throggs Neck community,… more

Free Professional Orchestra Concerts at Lehman and Bronx Community Colleges

“Free Professional Orchestra Concerts” at Lehman and Bronx Community Colleges will present three professional concerts for the Bronx community, continuing… more

A Concert Series For Seniors

Barbara Purdy and the Cabaret Experience Jazz Combo will perform eight weekday afternoon concerts to be presented at different senior… more

I’RAISE Dance Academy

The I’RAISE Dance Academy mission is to raise the self-esteem of youth of color. The Dance Academy trains youth of… more

BCA grants are made possible through the generous support of the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) in partnership with the New York City Council; and the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.