Folklife Funding: Please Read First

While OFN is not primarily a funding organization, many of our partners are. We can suggest a range of possible funding sources from state, regional, and national organizations.  Although we are happy to brainstorm about folklife projects, we encourage you to communicate directly with the funding agencies.

We do offering funding through the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program (TAAP), which funds master artists/culture keepers to work with less experienced artists from the same culture group or community.

2 thoughts on “Folklife Funding: Please Read First

  1. Robert Van Pelt

    Have been informed of this project to assist in classes offered by a master in the forms of folk art. There is a chance that this would allow me to take classes to learn the art of stain glass work. Would like more information concerning this.

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