The City of Dubuque Special projects Grant cycle for FY 19 has begun! The Special Project grant is open to organizations and groups interested in doing dynamic and interesting projects for the residents of Dubuque. To learn more and apply, visit the Special Projects page.
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The City of Dubuque began it's granting cycle for FY19 on March 7th. The Operating Support grant is available to non-profit arts organizations that operate in the city. For more details about the grant, the application, the guidelines and the scoring rubric click here. We look forward to reviewing the applications.
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The Dubuque Museum of Art and the Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs joined forces to host a new project. Art in the Park: Snow Sculpting event. Dubuque residents have been known to take advantage of all the seasons and this event was no different. This snow sculpting event was one where the pros and the newcomers participate in the creation of artwork using the abundant raw material of the season, snow. Using an array of tools, generally found in any garage, these compressed blocks of snow were transformed into temporary works of art. Go to Art in the Park page to learn more.
Team Iowa had a clean sweep becoming the winners of Best in Snow, People's Choice, and United States National Snow Sculpting Iowa State Championship title! Congratulations to Team Iowa! Continue to explore by viewing event photos.
The Arts and Cultural Master Plan and subsequent Community Engagement Strategy tasks us with the responsibility of facilitating the community's desire to to see and experience more arts and culture in Dubuque. We invite all members of the community to participate in bringing the arts and Cultural master plan to fruition. To learn more about how you can participate this in 2018 click here.