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ALL APPLICANTS PLEASE NOTE:
It has come to our attention that the project budget template in Grants Gateway contains a formula error in line 27. The formula bar for the INCOME TOTAL line does not include line C26; i.e. “Other Revenue,” which may result in incorrect INCOME TOTAL.
Fortunately, this may be resolved through a simple, one-minute fix that should not disrupt the rest of the document.
Double left click in the C27 box,
The formula =SUM(C15,C25) will show.
Change the formula to read =SUM(C15,C25,C26) and hit enter
The error will then be resolved.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact Program Staff with any questions regarding the Project Budget form.
Special Arts Services supports professional arts activities that serve distinct cultural and ethnic communities as well as organizational and project programming providing the following: programs that enhance access to the arts for historically underserved communities, activities that bring the arts to isolated geographic areas and to communities with high rates of poverty, programs for people with disabilities, scholarship programs for arts training and tuition-free or low cost classes serving students from historically underserved communities or with disabilities; and arts programs that promote intergenerational and multi-cultural communities, including ethnic traditions that serve their own unique and diverse populations.
Special Arts Services supports the activities of established and emerging organizations and professional training in arts disciplines to promote advanced study or entry of underserved artists towards an arts career. Special Arts Services encourages collaborations and innovative projects, whether they are multi-disciplinary activities or in a specific discipline of the performing arts, visual arts or media.
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