Learn about they types of funding available from MAC by watching the above video.


MAC Grants Available

MAC Minigrants are available to organizations and individuals for the purposes of professional development, promotional efforts, and/or hiring a MAC Roster Artist.

Apply by: June 1 & November 1

Grants for Artists

The Artist Fellowship Program provides grants to individual artists to support professional development or the creation of new work.

The Artist Roster and Teaching Artist Roster is a listing of artists and arts education professionals who are available for performances, workshops, residencies and other programs.

Learn how to apply to the Artist Roster

Learn how to apply to the Teaching Artist Roster

Apply by: March 1

Grants for Organizations

Project Grants help fund a broad range of arts projects and arts components of larger projects in Mississippi communities.

Operating Grants aim to help nonprofit arts organizations maintain financial stability, build organizational capacity, improve artist programs, and distribute their programs throughout the community.

Apply by: March 1

Grants for Folk and Traditional Arts

The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program helps to ensure the survival of community-based traditional art forms found throughout the state.

Apply by: March 1

Other funding opportunities for organizations are available sporadically. Read the “Special Initiatives” section under Grants for Organizations to learn more.

Still not sure which MAC grant is the best fit for you? Use the Grant Decision Tree below to help you find a source of funding that fits your needs.