Dublin pilots arts space grants program

Qualified groups can use city, high school faciities for 40 hours a week

Dublin is piloting a new Arts Space Grant program that will let non-profit arts organizations apply to use city facilities and the Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts and Education free of charge for up to 40 hours.

Smaller arts groups operating under the auspices of a non-profit fiscal sponsor are also eligible.

Applicants need not be Dublin based, but programs must serve Dublin residents.

An informational meeting for interested arts groups is planned for Sept. 9 in the Regional meeting room in the Dublin Civic Center. The deadline to apply online is Sept. 15.

Dublin's Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission will review requests at its Oct. 13 meeting and the Dublin City Council will make awards Nov. 1.

Applications are available online through a link found on the Dublin website at

For more information, contact or call (925) 556-4565.


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