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Applications Open for African American, Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Grant Programs
Due Date is December 1
Washington, D.C.— The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is now accepting applications for two museum grant programs: the African American History and Culture and the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services. The application deadline for both programs is December 1, 2017.
A change to the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program this year allows applicants to request awards of up to $75,000.
See the IMLS website for program guidelines (notices of funding opportunities), instructions for completing applications, staff contacts, and webinar information for each museum grant program:
- Museum Grants for African American History and Culture
- Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program
Museum applicants are encouraged to check the IMLS website for upcoming program guidelines for the Museums Empowered Initiative.
Webinars with Program Staff
Potential grant applicants are invited to view two pre-recorded webinars, which can help provide information on how to choose the appropriate funding opportunity and navigate the required IMLS forms.
IMLS also invites potential applicants to view a live webinar offered for each grant program. Details are available on the IMLS website.
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