New Guidelines Available for ACTA's Living Cultures Grants Program

ACTA - Posted on 17 April 2010

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A skirt made from kapa cloth, a traditional textile made by hand-pounding tree bark.ACTA announces new guidelines for the 2011 iteration of its Living Cultures Grants Program.

The Living Cultures Grants Program funds nonprofit organizations to support exemplary California-based traditional arts projects with grants of up to $7,500 for projects that demonstrate significant impact on particular cultural traditions. Organizations without nonprofit status are eligible to apply through a fiscal receiver.

For more information, and to download guidelines and application forms, visit the Living Cultures Grants Program's webpage.

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