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K-12 School & Youth Program Grants

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The Luna Park Arts Foundation supports the arts in our schools and local youth arts programs by providing grants for educators to fund instruction, supplies, or programs directly benefiting students. To be eligible for funds, pre-K-12 schools and youth programs must participate in the festival and complete a grant application. Funds are to be used to support their visual and performing arts programs. 


Schools interested in applying for grants can register to participate in the 2017 Luna Park Chalk Art Festival on Saturday, September 16, then apply for a grant.

Read about out past grant recipients:

Grant Recipient Stories

  • Printmaking at Washington Open Elementary School (2015-16 Grant Recipient) By Jen Johnson, Art Instructor   The $1000 grant from the Luna Park Arts Foundation allowed artists at Washington Open Elementary School to be introduced to a new art process: printmaking ...
    Posted Aug 12, 2016, 5:41 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
  • 2015-16 Grant Recipients Washington Open Elementary ($1,000) ­ supplies for block printing and scratch boardsHorace Mann Elementary ($800) ­ art supplies for parent­led arts programsHammer Montessori ($800) ­ hiring arts activity leaders ...
    Posted Aug 8, 2016, 8:56 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
  • 2014-15 Grant Recipients Abraham Lincoln High School – $2,000 for art suppliesHorace Mann Elementary School – $1,000 for parent-led art programs in the general classroomHermann Intermediate School – $750 for guest ...
    Posted Aug 8, 2016, 8:57 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
  • 2013-14 Grant Recipients Burnett Middle School-$1,500 to be used for their Studio Arts and Video Production program.Empire Gardens Elementary School-$1,500 to be used to supplement their arts program ...
    Posted Aug 8, 2016, 8:57 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
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