May 1, 2017
Cambridge will grant a total of $300,000 which will be distributed over multiple projects. Proposals will be accepted in the following funding categories:
How to Apply:
We encourage you to download and read the “Application Packet.”
Step 2: The application form is online and is savable. Please click the button below to begin your application.
Step 3: Download and complete the “Budget Form,” then save, and upload it to the online application form.
Public information sessions will be held at the Community Art Center, 119 Windsor Street.
Monday, March 6 at 6:30pm
Saturday, March 11 at 9:00am
Monday, March 13 at 6:30pm
INFO SESSION PARKING / TRANSPORTATION:
If you will be driving to the info session, we recommend you park at a metered parking spot or public parking lot. There is metered parking along Main St., Mass Ave., and on Broadway, and there is a parking lot on Bishop Allen drive. The parking lot at the Community Art Center is not their property and it is possible to get towed. To arrive by public transportation, you can take the T to Central Station (9 minute walk from there), or Kendall/MIT station (12 minute walk).
Download a map of The Port Neighborhood by clicking the button below.
“We Are the Port: Stories of Place, Perseverance, and Pride in the Port/Area 4 Cambridge, Massachusetts 1845-2005” By Sarah Boyer:
City of Cambridge Neighborhood Demographics:
2013 City of Cambridge Neighborhood Statistical Profile:
For more information or questions:
Technical assistance is available to all applicants—give us a call!
Lillian Hsu, Director of Public Art and Exhibitions, Cambridge Arts