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APPLY for a grant of up to $1000*

EASY 2 step process

NO strings attached

  • Deadline to register for acceptance is April 25
  • Scroll down for Frequently Asked Questions
  • Scroll down for a link to the application process

Recovery & Renewal Grants for Musicians and Teaching Artists

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Jazz Arts Project is proud to have been chosen as a regranting agency for the New Jersey Arts & Culture Renewal Fund at the Princeton Area Community Foundation (NJACRF) in order to provide direct relief to musicians and teaching artists.

Performing musicians in any genre and teaching artists may apply for grants up to $1,000 or for emergency catastrophic support of up to $5,000.  Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and based in the state of New Jersey. This is a no-strings grant to support the recovery and the renewal of the arts by helping the individuals who perform it, create it and teach it in our state. 

A two stage application procedure can be accessed by the link below. Section A is for basic contact information and to create a letter of intent to apply.  Once Section A is accepted you will receive a link to Section B, which is estimated to take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.

Please Note These Deadlines: 

For completing Section A, Contact Info and Letter of Intent - April 25, 2022

Final Application Section B - April 30, 2022

 

Follow this link to begin the application process:

https://form.jotform.com/jazzarts/grant

Or use our app on your mobile phone
use this QR Code to access the application

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WHY?

We know that COVID-19 and the subsequent industry disruptions have impacted New Jersey's artists or teaching artists in so many ways. Thousands of artists and sector workers have sustained catastrophic financial losses that threaten irreparable damage. These grants are designed to aid in the recovery and the renewal so individuals may continue to engage and delight our communities with the inspiring music and educational programs that we may have taken for granted before the pandemic began early in 2020. 

Click here for the FAQ

 

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