Education: Provide opportunities to participate in music through classroom instruction, after-school programs, or summer camp programs. Public, private and charter schools are eligible, as are non-profit organizations that provide music education and participation programs or partner with schools to provide their music education programs. Preference is given to music instruction opportunities within school, after-school or summer music camp programs that demonstrate inclusivity and need.
Preservation: Projects preserve Georgia’s music heritage by documenting, archiving or restoring materials that will be made publicly accessible through a Georgia-based museum, archive, or library. Examples include, but are not limited to, academic research projects, oral and video histories and restoration or digitization of historically significant materials.
Outreach: Outreach projects interpret and foster an appreciation for Georgia’s music heritage through publicly accessible materials or programs. Examples of projects include exhibitions, documentaries, books, lectures, workshops and digital media.
ELIGIBLE USE OF FUNDS:
Examples of eligible expenses include music instructor and teaching artist fees; instruments and music equipment; instructional materials; recording, production and engineering services; software; research and development; costs of exhibit curation, design and fabrication.
NON-ELIGIBLE USE OF FUNDS
Funds will not be considered for expenses incurred before or after the year in which the funded project takes place. Additional non-eligible expenses include: general administrative or operating expenses; marketing and fundraising expenses; food or beverage; one-time event production; or accumulated deficits or debt.