Auburn Public Theater was selected in 2013 by the New York State Council On The Arts (NYSCA) to be the administrative site for its five-county decentralization grant program.
Through Finger Lakes Community Arts Grants we regrant over $89,000 for the arts in Cayuga, Seneca, Wayne, Yates, and Ontario Counties.
The Decentralization Program was developed to ensure New York State’s cultural funding reaches every part of the state. The purpose of FLCAG is to fund nonprofit community arts organizations, arts education and individual artists who are not currently funded directly by NYSCA. Decentralization support enables emerging artists and organizations to grow professionally and to enhance the cultural climate in communities and neighborhoods where they live and work.
Click below to download fillable final report form PDFs for 2019.
2019 Final Report Forms
EMAIL FINAL REPORTS TO email@example.com or Mail to:
Attn: Janie Micglire
Auburn Public Theater
PO Box 771
8 Exchange St.
Auburn, NY 13021
Guidelines & forms for the 2020 grant cycle will be published later in 2019. Below see the the guidelines & forms for this past grant cycle for reference.
Past Guidelines & Forms:
For more information on how to apply contact Janie Micglire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 FLCAG Grant Awardees
Marcus Whitman Middle School/Town of Gorham
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Cayuga County
Wood Library Association
Finger Lakes Celtic Society
Keuka Lake Music Festival Inc.
Aurora Free Library
Sodus Bay Historical Society
Dundee Scottish Association
Edith B. Ford Memorial Library
Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Geneva Light Opera, Inc.
Canandaigua Lake Music Festival
Perform 4 Purpose
Tomato Fest of CNY
ABC Cayuga, Inc.
Rochester Folk Art Guild, Inc.
Geneva Music Festival, Cayuga
Geneva Music Festival, Ontario
Hazard Library Association
Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry
Clyde-Savannah Public Library
ARC of Seneca Cayuga
If you are interested in other grant opportunities, please feel free to visit the following sites: