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Grants of up to $300 to fund community arts projects
that are created by teens and promote diversity.

Who May Apply?

Teens who want to organize and/or participate in a community arts project or activity.

Parents, guardians, teachers, school officials, or other adult leaders helping to facilitate
a community arts project/activity that will be created and implemented by teens.

Teens who self-identify as BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA+ are strongly encouraged to apply.


One-time or on-going community arts projects/activities. All artistic disciplines and media
are welcome (i.e. visual, performing, literary, and culinary arts).

Teens must be involved in the creation and execution of the project/activity.

Projects/activities must promote diversity.

Activities and events must be free, include at least 5 participants, and take place at an accessible neighborhood venue (like a school, church, park, or community center) within the cities of Shoreline or Lake Forest Park.

Your project must be completed no later than December 31, 2020.


During the COVID-19 pandemic, MiniGrant projects, activities, and events must be done in safe and socially distanced ways according to the guidance and regulations put forth by the Washington State Department of Health and Governor Jay Inslee's Safe Start phased reopening plan.

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Click the link below to submit an online application.

If you require a paper application, you can download one here.

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Do you have questions, are you not sure where to start, or do you need help with the application?


Jonathan Booker, Arts Education Coordinator



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