Who is eligible
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notified by e-mail of the Council's funding decision within 30 days of
the Council’s decision. This notification is sent to the e-mail address
of the person designated as the contact on the Organization Profile.
Cultural Services ContractGrantees receive a Cultural Services Contract that details one or more grants awarded to the organization. The Cultural Services Contract is a binding legal agreement that requires the grantee to carry out certain activities or provide services, paid for, in part, with funding received from the Council.
Noncompliance with the terms of the Cultural Services Contract may require the return of funds to the state, and may affect eligibility for future requests for Council support.
Crediting the New York State Council on the ArtsGrantees are required to acknowledge funding from New York State. It is essential that the public is informed that public funds are used to support arts programs and services available to New York State residents, students and visitors. Therefore it is stipulated in the Cultural Services Contract that grantees must credit the Council in press releases, advertisements, programs, and other materials offered to the public. Failure to comply with crediting requirements may jeopardize future funding from the Council.By accepting your NYSCA grant, you agree to the following:
A. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT – An acknowledgement of NYSCA support shall be conspicuously displayed in any communication to the public. “Communication to the public” includes, but is not limited to, advertisements, signs, banners, printed publications, press releases and events, speeches, electronic media, conferences, exhibits, and announcements and invitations.
B. CREDITING LANGUAGE – The following phrase is required in all printed and electronic material to credit NYSCA for its support:
[NAME OF PROGRAM/PUBLICATION/SERVICE] is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
C. LOGO – The NYSCA logo must be used in all printed and electronic material when crediting NYSCA for its support. The logo is available in various formats on our website.
D. CONTRIBUTOR LIST – Any printed list of contributors in programs, playbills, etc. associated with a NYSCA-funded program, publication, or service must include a listing for the New York State Council on the Arts.
E. REGRANTS – Organizations and individuals receiving NYSCA funds through a regrants program (e.g. Decentralization, NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowships) are required to comply with the terms, conditions and language regarding publicity and grant acknowledgement prescribed by the regranting agency. A regrantee shall not state or imply that it received funds directly from NYSCA.
F. REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION & REPRODUCTION – Grantee will, upon request, fully cooperate with NYSCA in providing information to disseminate to the public through NYSCA’s website and electronic or printed materials. Any materials provided that are copyrighted shall be subject to a royalty-free, irrevocable, worldwide, non-exclusive license to NYSCA to reproduce, perform, translate, and otherwise use and to authorize others to use such materials.
G. PRESS RELEASES – NYSCA shall have the right to approve that portion of all press releases which relates to NYSCA’s funding and/or sponsorship at least three (3) business days before its issuance. It also shall have the right to participate in the public issuance of such press releases.
The Council on the Arts LogoThe NYSCA logo is available in Green, Black and White. Each zip folder contains .EPS, .TIFF and .PNG format of the logo. Black and green logos are also provided in .PDF and .JPG formats. The logo may not be substituted for the required crediting language but may be used in addition to the required language.".
Contract ReportingAll grantee organizations that are awarded a contract in an amount of $50,000 or more in a single year or $50,000 or more in the aggregate for a multi-year contract, must submit both an Interim Report and Final Report to NYSCA. Both such reports are comprised of two components – a narrative section that must address the work plan, tasks and performance objectives outlined in the original application, and an expenditure reports that must offer details on how the NYSCA grant money has been spent to date. The expenditure report should be a line-item budget and should be accompanied by receipts, invoices and other documentation that demonstrates that the work has been performed or is scheduled to be performed or is underway and funds are committed to the project.
The Interim Report is due after the start of the contract term. The exact due date will be included in your contract. Upon submission, the Program Director and Senior Auditor will review the Report. If satisfactory, your second claim installment payment voucher will be released. A Final Report is due within 60 days after the end of your contract term. Once again, the Final Report should be comprised of both a narrative report of the work performed throughout the contract period as well as an expenditure budget.
Grantees awarded less than $50,000 either in a single year or in the aggregate, are required to submit only a Final Report – comprised of both a detailed narrative portion and an expenditure report – within 60 days after the end of the contract term. The Final Report must be received by the required deadline, should demonstrate compliance with the terms of the Cultural Services Contract, and must be approved by both the Program Director and the Senior Auditor.
NOTE: An organization is not eligible to register for new or ongoing (multi-year) funding nor to be issued new Cultural Services Contract(s) if the above required Reports are not submitted or if the Reports submitted are incomplete or if they are disapproved by staff.
In order to ensure fairness in the application review process, applicants are strictly prohibited from contacting Panelists associated with and/or involved in the activities or affairs of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) in any way to obtain or share information regarding the NYSCA application review process. This includes all activity associated with NYSCA at its main office, including panel discussions, and all communication with NYSCA staff including, but not limited to exchanges via email, telephone, or online system.
All data, materials, knowledge and information generated through, originating from, or having to do with NYSCA or persons associated with our activities, including contractors, is to be considered privileged and confidential and is not to be disclosed to any third party. This also includes, but is not limited to, any information of, or relating to, panel discussion, applications, and funding recommendations.
All inquiries about panel results and proceedings must be communicated to the NYSCA staff directly.
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