Interested in applying for the XARTS Fund, which supports multi-disciplinary artistic projects during winter term?
Or, a Flint Initiative Grant (FIGs), which supports innovative winter term projects from Conservatory and Musical Studies students?
Come to the info session to learn more about the application process! During this session, students will have the opportunity to speak with Dana Jessen, the Conservatory Director of Professional Development, and ask questions about the grants and application process.
Flint Initiative Grants (FIGs) provide innovative, motivated, and prepared Conservatory, Musical Studies, and Double-Degree students opportunities to develop artistic projects to be implemented during winter term. Individual or group projects will be awarded grants of up to $4,000.
The XARTS Fund supports the development and execution of collaborative, multi-disciplinary, artistic projects to be implemented during winter term by students in both the Conservatory of Music and the College of Arts and Sciences. Individual or group projects that demonstrate creative and focused cross-disciplinary endeavors will be awarded grants of up to $4,000.