The City of Seattle has announced a Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) Facility Grant to create community impact by broadening arts and culture participation at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, an historic landmark cultural facility in the heart of the Central Area neighborhood of Seattle.
Donor Name: City of Seattle
Type of Grant: Grant
Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): Ongoing
The LHPAI Facility Grant seeks to celebrate, nurture, present and preserve African American and Diaspora performing arts and cultural legacies.
The LHPAI Facility Grant provides in-kind support for public projects, opportunities or events presented by individuals, groups, organizations or communities. The grant takes the form of up to 40 hours of staffed building use for a public arts or cultural event at LHPAI. The LHPAI Facility Grant consists solely of facility use and staff time.
LHPAI Facility Grant projects must address one or more of the following:
- Audience Expansion: Project serves/reaches underserved artists, communities or distinct audience. The project expands or diversifies the audiences who participate in arts and cultural activities in Seattle.
- LHPAI Goals: This is a project that celebrates, nurtures, presents and preserves African American and Diaspora performing arts and cultural legacies.
- Community Impact: The project addresses a community need. This project builds community through arts and culture.
- Individuals, organizations, communities or groups of people – including youth and older adults – seeking support for a unique public project, opportunity or event involving African American and Diaspora arts and culture may apply.
- Only events open to the public may receive the LHPAI Facility Grant. Private events are ineligible. Public events may still charge an entrance fee for their events.
- Organizations — arts and culture and others — are NOT required to have 501(c)(3) non-profit status
For more information, visit City of Seattle.