USC ARTS AND CLIMATE COLLECTIVE:
FUNDING FOR STUDENT PROJECTS!
Calling all students! Are you passionate about using the arts, media and culture to address environmental justice and climate change? We want to work with you!
In the leadup to Earth Day 2021, USC is launching the Arts and Climate Collective. This exciting new pilot program awards funding of up to $1,000 to students for new or in-progress arts and media projects. We will invite awardees to publicly present previews of their work during the week of Earth Day 2021 (April 22nd) and will support you as you continue your projects throughout the spring and summer.
How do I apply?
ARTS IN ACTION ANNUAL GRANTS
USC faculty and students working with community partners are invited to submit project proposals to the Arts in Action grants program annually. Through these grants, Arts in Action activates community-based projects that address social issues, bring people together, facilitate dialogue, and create spaces to imagine and design future change.
Request for 2021 Proposals
Our deadline for 2021 proposals has now passed. Please check back for future opportunities. You can download our most recent Request for Proposals here.
MOBILIZE! MINI-GRANTS FOR STUDENTS
America is at a crossroads. A global pandemic, uprisings against systemic racism, and widening inequality throughout society have combined to produce a national social and political climate that demands a renewal of hope, creativity and collective action. Arts in Action’s Mobilize! program offers awards of up to $500 for students looking to channel their creativity into activism, from making protest art to facilitating workshops. How will you use the arts as a force for social change?
How to Apply
Mobilize! awards will recommence in fall 2021. Proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis. In the meantime, you can read our guidelines containing full details. Mobilize! is open to all USC students.