Kent Arts Commission offers funding for 2019 Community Art Projects

Oct. 5 deadline to apply

The City of Kent Arts Commission has funding opportunities for local community arts through its Community Arts Support Program.

The program provides financial support for arts projects by arts and cultural organizations, community service groups and individual artists. Funding is intended to support artists and organizations that provide high quality arts experiences for Kent residents.

Only programs taking place in Kent or the Kent School District service area are eligible for funding. Through the Community Arts Support Program, the Kent Arts Commission seeks to provide opportunities for innovation and for the development of unique services outside the scope of the commission’s existing programming.

Applications are available and the application deadline is Oct. 5. For more information or to request an application, call Kent Parks, Recreation and Community Services at 253-856-5050 or visit kentarts.com.

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