The Nevada Arts Council 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. Peer review panels include artists, arts administrators, and community leaders who represent diversity in all forms including age, race, ethnicity, gender, physical ability, and heritage. Panelists will be provided with a modest honorarium.
- Must have access to a computer to review applications and all work samples (photos, videos, etc.) through our online system prior to the virtual panel meeting
- Must disclose any conflicts of interest (Panelists are asked to disclose any relationships they have with an applicant or applicant organizations. Having a conflict of interest does not make you ineligible to serve as a panelist; however, during the public panel meeting panelists are asked to abstain from discussion of and voting on any application with which they have a potential conflict of interest.)
HOW TO APPLY
To apply to become a panelist, please complete the PDF application form at this link:
NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL PANELIST APPLICATION FORM
Then email the completed form with your resume to Sierra Scott, Grants Program Specialist at email.
Because of the limited size of the panel, not all nominees can be selected to serve on the current year’s panel, but the Nevada Arts Council will retain all submissions for consideration for future panels.