The Milwaukee Arts Board (MAB) is currently accepting applications for the Public Art Conservation Fund.
Donor Name:City of Milwaukee
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: Up to $5,000
The Public Art Conservation Fund provides funding for non-profit organizations to administer public art conservation efforts throughout Milwaukee in strengthening neighborhoods and preserving the city’s rich cultural history.
The Public Art Conservation Fund has supported vibrant projects throughout Milwaukee, including the ongoing restoration and conservation of The Magic Grove sculpture by Nancy Metz-White located in Enderis Park and the completed restoration of the Beer line Trail train mural by Rozalia Singh.
MAB will make $10,000 in total available for public art conservation projects in the City of Milwaukee. Individual awards up to $5,000 must be matched by the applicant. To qualify, projects must be fully accessible to the public.
Tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organizations are eligible to apply. Individuals or groups without tax-exempt status must use a fiscal receiver (a tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization that agrees to receive and account for the funds) for their project, or must wait until the project is complete to submit bills for payment. Applicants may continue to reapply for the same project in the next cycle if they do not receive funding in a given cycle.
For more information visit City of Milwaukee.