Have an idea for an educational art program at Judkins Park? City’s got $8.4K for you

Judkins Park is one of four parks in the city that will host a summer Art in the Park educational arts program. The Parks Department is currently accepting applications for programs that could receive as much as $8,400 if they are chosen.

Applicants must be “professional artists,” and the projects should support youth education goals.

From the program request for proposal:

The program should be designed to have elements of academic alignment to help reduce summer learning loss; build self esteem and self efficacy; promote cross-cultural experiences; build on- going participation; welcome drop ins and support the Mayor’s Youth and Family Initiative.

For more info on requirements and how to apply, the full program guidelines are posted below. You can find the full RFP on the Parks Department website:

Summer Art in the Parks Guidelines

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