Welcome to the online grants management system for The Arts Council of Greater Greensboro

Below you will see all of our current opportunities.

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Eligibility: Artist or team of artists must:

1. Reside in North Carolina

2. Be able to work in the United States legally

3. Embrace the Visioning Guidelines 


1. Elevator work (six works)--$32,000 

2. Café Area (2-four-sided Pillars with up to eight works)--$4,000

3. Samet Signature Work (one work)--$7,500

 Timeline + Process

•March 1: Call for Artists Issued in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia 

•May 1: Artist Letter of Interest submission deadline with representative work samples aligned with the budget allotted. 

•June 1: The Selection Committee selects the top two artists for each placemaking opportunity. 

•By August 1: Artists, architect, and art selection team meet with selected artists to finalize selected works

This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute your creativity to a healthcare facility dedicated to improving the lives of patients and the community. We encourage all eligible visual artists in the specified regions to apply and bring their unique vision to life in this meaningful project. 

The Arts Council of Greater Greensboro