Mid-America Arts Alliance strengthens and supports artists, cultural organizations, and communities throughout Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas and beyond.

We achieve this primarily through our national traveling exhibition programs, innovative leadership development, and strategic grant making.

We are especially committed to enriching the cultural life of historically underserved communities by providing high quality, meaningful, and accessible arts and culture programs and services.


This cutting edge training program addresses the specific business needs and challenges of artists. Limited to 25 participants, artists gather once a week for eight weeks to learn business skills specific to their art practice and apply those skills cooperatively with their peers. 

The final report is due to M-AAA within 30 days of the project's conclusion. Review of the complete final report allows for final grant payment processing to proceed.

This demographic information is required when reporting to various funding partners, including state and federal agencies.

If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Christine Dotterweich Bial at Christine@maaa.org.


The EUSA Programming Grant of $1,000 per institution during the grant period underwrites educational and public programs for the purpose of expanding audiences and engaging scholars / experts tied to EUSA exhibition themes.
 
For more information please refer to M-AAA's ExhibitsUSA website or contact the Education Curator Kristy Eddy Peterson at Kristy@maaa.org.
Join us at the Folk Alliance International Conference.

Forbidden Folk: Celebrating Activism in Art
February 15 - 19, 2017
Westin Crown Center Hotel
Kansas City, MO

Presenters/Venue Representatives from within the M-AAA region registered to attend the Conference are eligible for Professional Development Support travel grants of $500 per presenting organization. Travel grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis as funding allows. 


Please note that all travel grant recipients MUST be registered attendees of the Folk Alliance International Conference. For more information on accessing discounted registrations, contact Alex Mallett at development@folk.org.

Direct all questions or concerns regarding this travel grant opportunity to Christine Bial at Christine@maaa.org or (816) 421-1388, #227.

Mid-America Arts Alliance, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, supports multiple funding programs, including the Artistic Innovations Grant Program which requires adjudication by a panel of arts professionals. 

Mid-America Arts Alliance is searching for leaders in the arts field to serve as panelists for the Artistic Innovations grant program. Review of materials followed by a review panel meeting takes place in April. The panel meeting will be held in a web-based format (via phone and computer). Panelists are not expected to travel; however, each panelist must be able to commit to independent review and evaluation of proposals in advance of the panel meeting, and up to 3-hours of panel discussion by conference call.

Nomination Form

To nominate yourself as a panelist, please complete M-AAA’s online form.

Submitted nominations will be held for consideration for two years. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Christine Dotterweich Bial, Program Specialist at (816) 421-1388, ext. 227 or Christine@maaa.org.

Complete and submit this form in order to obtain copies of Mid-America Arts Alliance records (i.e. panel or field review comments, grantee information, presenter lists). 

Information provided through this service is meant for informational purposes only.