[casual_games] Fwd: NEA announces new grant opporunity
Thomas H. Buscaglia
thb at gameattorney.com
Fri May 6 16:23:33 EDT 2011
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>From: Victoria Hutter <hutterv at arts.gov>
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>Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 15:31:10 -0400
>Subject: NEA announces new grant opporunity
>Thread-Topic: NEA announces new grant opporunity
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>DATE: May 5, 2011
>CONTACTS: For press inquiries,
>Victoria Hutter, <mailto:hutterv at arts.gov>hutterv at arts.gov, 202-682-5692
> For program
> inquiries, Laura Welsh, <mailto:welshl at arts.gov>welshl at arts.gov, 202-682-5738
>NEW GRANT OPPORTUNITIES AT NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
>Arts in Media category open to mobile
>technology, digital games, and other platforms
>Guidelines are available for NEAs Arts in Media grants on arts.gov
>The Arts in Media category replaces Arts on
>Radio and Television and expands the parameters
>of projects previously funded through that category.
>Here are the highlights of the new guidelines:
>All project types that were previously eligible
>remain eligible. In addition, the expanded category now supports:
> * All available media platforms such as the
> Internet, interactive and mobile technologies,
> digital games, arts content delivered via
> satellite, as well as on radio and television.
> * Dramatic narrative or fictional works.
> * Media projects that can be considered works of art.
>Grants are available to support the development,
>production, and national distribution of
>innovative media projects about the arts and
>media projects that can be considered works of art.
>Projects may include high profile multi-part or
>single television and radio programs
>(documentaries and dramatic narratives); media
>created for theatrical release; performance
>programs; artistic segments for use within an
>existing series; multi-part webisodes;
>installations; and interactive games. Short
>films, five minutes and under, will be
>considered in packages of three or more.
>Grants generally will range from $10,000 to
>$200,000, based on the platform and the
>complexity and scope of the project. The
>application deadline date is September 1, 2011.
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