Grants for Individuals
Annual, quarterly and rolling grants available for artists, arts administrators, board members and educators. Please read the descriptions, criteria and application requirements carefully in order to determine which grant best meets your needs.Read More
Grants for Organizations
Annual, quarterly and rolling grant for organizations including nonprofit arts organizations, public institutions, private/public schools, tribal agencies and nonprofit non-arts organizations. Please read the descriptions, criteria and application requirements carefully in order to determine which grant best meets your needs as an organization. Read More.
Online Grant System (for Applications and Final Reports)
This link will take you directly to the NAC online grant management system. All NAC grant applications must be submitted online by the stated submission deadline. For many grants this includes the Narrative Questions (staying within the character limit for each question), a budget section and required Support Material section. If you have questions, NAC staff is available to assist you.
Resources for Grant Applicants
Applying for NAC’s grants can be a highly competitive process for limited funds. The strongest applications demonstrate a deliberate and thoughtful planning process that includes an understanding of the population or community to benefit from the proposed project, an assessment of needs, and a concise explanation of how the project was designed and how it will be funded.
Resources for Grant Recipients
Rules, regulations, and policies on how to manage and administer a grant agreement, including forms, guidance, and reporting requirements that govern your award.
Includes information about NAC grants awarded since 2006.
Interested in being a NAC Grants Panelist
NAC invites members of the community to apply to serve as panelists for our grant panels. Serving on a peer-review panel is a powerful learning experience and a valuable contribution to the arts in Nevada. By providing your support to the arts and culture community throughout the state, you are participating in cultural policy in action and gaining insight about the grant making process.