Restart NY Regrants for Nonprofit Events

Restart NY Regrants support the reopening and recovery of live, in-person public facing arts and cultural activities of artists and organizations in service to residents in Columbia, Greene, and Schoharie counties. These grants are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the ARTS (NYSCA), a state agency, and administered regionally by CREATE Council on the Arts. 


2021 Mini Grant Recipients:

Athens Cultural Center   $1,000.00

Beattie Powers Place      $1,000.00

Blackdome Music LLC     $4,000.00

Catskill Wheelhouse        $765.00

Chamber Music International        $2,998.00

Claverack Library              $2,373.00

Cobleskill United Methodist Church         $500.00

Free Columbia Inc            $1,800.00

Freehold Art Exchange   $1,000.00

Germantown Library       $600.00

Greenville Community Partners  $1,000.00

Heermance Memorial Library      $1,000.00

Hudson Festival Orchestra            $2,000.00

Jazz and Classics for Change        $2,000.00

Mountain Top Library     $800.00

North Chatham Free Library        $1,000.00

Palenville The Hamlet     $1,000.00

Roving Actors Repertory Ensemble           $1,220.00

Schoharie Free Library    $2,429.00

Schoharie Valley Singers               $1,000.00

Timothy Murphy Playhouse         $1,000.00

Upper Catskill String Quartet       $2,130.00

Valatie Community Theater         $800.00


Grants of at least $1,000, but no more than $5000, are available for nonprofits in arts and culture in Greene, Columbia, and Schoharie Counties. This funding opportunity is for Performances, Presentations, and Public Programming in the Arts. Priority is for live performing arts projects as well as projects and events that are open to and engage public participation and audiences (ONLY Live, public events). Please note that the Restart NY Regrants funding does not preclude an applicant from also applying for regular Community Arts Grants (the Statewide Community Regrants) project support as long as the projects are discrete and separate. 


***UPDATE***: This grant awards funds of at least $1000, possibly more based on the number of funding requests. Funding will not exceed $5000.

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