The NALAC Fund for the Arts Artist/Ensemble grant program supports the work of Latinx artists in all disciplines. For the 14th cycle, the NFA offers five grant categories for artists and ensembles who meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the NFA guidelines: Artist Grant ($10,000), Adán Medrano Legacy Award in Film ($10,000), the San Antonio Artist Grant ($5,400), the Puerto Rico Artist Grant ($5,000) and the NALAC Pod Grant ($5,000)
We encourage you to read through the NFA guidelines for more information on the grant categories, eligibility and evaluation criteria prior to submitting a grant application.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
U.S. or Puerto Rico-based Latinx artists in any artistic discipline working individually or as part of an ensemble, arts collective or community-based arts and culture group are welcome to apply for the NALAC Fund for the Arts.
What does the NALAC Fund for the Arts Support?
Grant funds may be used to support any stage of the creative process, including but not limited to living wages, research, production, living expenses, documentation, evaluation, occupancy, travel, training. The number and amounts of awards are contingent on availability of funds.
Proposed activities must take place between January 1, 2020 and January 1, 2021. Award notifications will be made in January 2020.