Grants

We work with artists and organizations to ensure that Bellevue is a great place where each year over 6,000 artists and volunteers can live up to their creative potential, over half a million attendees experience innovative art and diverse cultural traditions and 35,000 people are supported with free access to these experiences and other educational opportunities.

Eastside Arts Partnerships 

We partner with nonprofit organizations to offer high quality arts, cultural and heritage programs in Bellevue. The city provides annual support for organizations that bring arts to the community, recognizing the value the arts bring to our quality of life, the education and development of our children, the vitality of our businesses, and our sense of connection to the community.

The deadline for applications for 2018 grants was Oct. 24.

Reports from 2017 grantees

Organizations that received EAP grants this year must submit a final report  and invoice by Dec. 1. Invoices received after this date may not be honored. Invoices received in 2018 will not be paid.

Please download the final report and invoice forms and complete them.

Organizations Awarded EAP Grants in 2017 

Arts & Museums

Bellevue Arts Museum  
Evergreen Association of Fine Arts 
KidsQuest Children's Museum

Dance 

Emerald Ballet Theatre  
Pacific Northwest Ballet

Film & Media

KBCS 
Seattle International Film Festival 
Tasveer

Music 

Anindo Chattergee Institute of Tabla 
Bellevue Chamber Chorus 
Bellevue Downtown Association  
Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra
Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra 
Music Works Northwest 
Wintergrass Music Festival

Theater

Village Theatre


Power Up Bellevue

We help Eastside Arts Partners to "Power Up" and reach the next level of organizational development through capacity-building. The program provides project funding, a learning community and technical assistance.

We held a Power Up workshop on Sept. 30.  

Apply by Nov. 7

Organizations who applied for a 2018 Eastside Arts Partnerships grant are eligible to apply for a 2018 Power Up grant. The deadline is 5 p.m., Nov. 7, 2017. Please download the grant guidelines and application to apply.

Special Projects

We encourage innovative projects by artists and communities that fill in cultural gaps and inspire new forms of creative participation, particularly for under-served groups. Applicants can generally request up to $3,000 for their special project.

Applications were due Oct. 24.

Reports from 2017 grantees

Organizations that received Special Projects grants this year must submit a final report  and invoice by Dec. 1. Invoices received after this date may not be honored. Invoices received in 2018 will not be paid.


Please download the final report and invoice forms and complete them.

 


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Contact

City of Bellevue Arts ProgramStaff contact Joshua Heim

Telephone

425-452-4105

Email

jheim@bellevuewa.gov

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