Available through the Arts and Cultural Facilities Improvement Program, NYSCA offered two one-time funding opportunities for FY2019: the Mid-Size Capital Project Fund and the Large Capital Project Fund.
The application deadline for both opportunities was July 27, 2018 at 4PM.
Mid-Size Capital Project Fund
Through Capital Fund support NYSCA makes strategic investments in supporting cultural organizations to help them become more physically accessible, stabilize their facilities, support their artistic efforts, and become more sustainable for their communities. Strong facilities projects combine excellence in design with informed decisions which will positively affect the future of arts, cultural and heritage organizations across the state.
- Capital Equipment
- Capital Projects
- Design Studies
Award Range: $50,000 - $250,000
Note: For requests smaller than $50,000, please consider applying in 2019 for FY20 funding through NYSCA’s Facilities Program.
Please review the complete application guidelines here.
Large Capital Project Fund
Available through the REDC initiative, the Large Capital Project Fund was established to strengthen tourism, promote business development, and improve the quality, efficiency and accessibility of New York State arts and cultural organizations through targeted investments.
Funding was available for, but not limited to:
- renovations and/or expansions of space(s) that are open to the public
- modifications to provide for sustainable, energy efficient spaces that would result in overall cost savings
- accessibility renovations
- technology and other equipment that would benefit the public.
The Arts & Cultural Facilities Improvement Program and each funded proposal will work to support the longterm strategic plans for economic growth as put forth by the Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs).
Award Range: $250,000-$1,000,000, 50% match required.
To Apply: Read the Guidelines on page 48 of the CFA Resource Guide for detailed information.
For information about additional NYSCA REDC opportunities, visit our REDC initiative page.