Arts and sciences project grants funded by Baltimore County government will help community-based organizations produce and present arts, science, history and humanities programs and activities in the County.
Community-based, not-for-profit organizations such as arts organizations, museums, drama groups, or music groups in Maryland are eligible to apply for funding for arts activities that serve County residents. Project grants provide funding support for specific projects, such as performances, exhibits, lectures, classes and workshops. General operating support is not available through project grants.
Note: All arts, sciences and humanities activities requesting project grant funding must take place in Baltimore County. If the event is virtual, the organization applying for funding must be located in Baltimore County.
Review of project grants is based upon the following criteria:
- Artistic, historic or scientific merit of the proposed activities
- Uniqueness and relevance of the project
- Service to County residents
- Multicultural engagement and outreach
- Feasibility of the budget
The application period for fiscal year 2024 project grants closed on Friday, February 2.