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The Illinois Arts Council Agency is pleased to announce current funding opportunities for Illinois not-for-profit organizations, units of governments, and institutions of higher education.

ARTSTOUR & LIVE MUSIC provides support to eligible Illinois not-for-profit organizations seeking to present Illinois performing artists, companies, or groups for performances, collaborations, or short residencies held in conjunction with performances. Open Deadline.

PROGRAM GRANTS provide either general operating support or project support for eligible Illinois non-profit organizations that provide arts programming of high artistic merit. The application deadline for fiscal year 2016 is March 16, 2015.

STARTS provides support to eligible Illinois not-for-profit organizations, schools, and school districts for short term residencies focused on hands-on learning experiences conducted by Illinois artists, companies, or ensembles. Open Deadline.

Note: Refer to Proof of Eligibility for details and requirements.

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