PRLog - Nov. 15, 2012 - HOUSTON -- HOUSTON (Nov. 15, 2012) — Houston Arts Alliance (http://www.houstonartsalliance.com/)
The HAA Grants program provides funding and technical assistance to support nonprofit arts organizations of all sizes as well as individual artists from artistic disciplines ranging from experimental visual arts and performance groups, to cultural organizations that reflect Houston’s diverse populations.
“HAA is pleased to enable artists and arts organizations to thrive by connecting the nonprofit arts to the larger creative industry, the community and government,”
This round of HAA awards grants go to qualified arts and cultural organizations for both general operating support and arts projects. Individual artists receive awards through the Individual Artist New Works Fellowship Program which supports the development and presentation of new artistic works by local Houston artists to help advance Houston's reputation as a vibrant creative hub and a destination for cultural tourism.
HAA distributes grants supporting arts creation, production, marketing and infrastructure throughout the year. Guidelines for future funding can be found at www.houstonartsalliance.com/
Photo Caption: Main Street Theater received support from HAA to help artists grow through thought-provoking productions like the regional premiere of Dog Act by Liz Duffy Adams.
Photo by Kaitlyn Walker.
About Houston Arts Alliance
Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a nonprofit agency established by the City of Houston to enhance the quality of life and tourism in the Houston region by advancing the arts. HAA distributes grants to more than 220 nonprofit arts organizations and individual artists each year. In addition, HAA invests in and nurtures Houston’s thriving creative community by commissioning the work of artists for public spaces, managing the city’s civic art collection, showcasing Houston’s rich folklife traditions, cultivating business volunteers, and empowering arts organizations to become sustainable and reach new audiences. For information on all events, visit HAA’s online resource at www.artshound.com. For information on HAA, visit houstonartsalliance.com.