2018 Queens Arts Fund Change of Scope Form
All organizations who receive a Queens Arts Fund grant that is less than 50% of their original request are required to fill out a Change of Scope form to notify us of changes to their proposed project. We want to be assured that you will be able to complete your project with the partial funds awarded. Below are the links to the Change of Scope forms, be sure to access the report link that corresponds to the specific grant that you received.
2017 Queens Arts Fund Final Reports & Interim Reports
All Queens Arts Fund Recipients are required to submit interim and final reports. The Interim report is due Thursday, June 15, 2017. The final report is due 30 days after the completion of your project or Wednesday, January 17, 2018, whichever comes first. Below are links to the final report forms. Be sure to click the report link that corresponds to the specific grant that you received. Organizations that received multiple grants are required to submit reports for each grant received.
DCA Grant for Individual Artists Final Report (New Work)
DCA Grant for Individual Artists Interim Report (New Work)
DCA Grant for Organizations Final Report (Arts Access)
DCA Grant for Organizations Interim Report (Art Access)
DCA Grant for Organizations Change of Scope (Art Access)
NYSCA Grant for Individual Artists Final Report (Community Engagement Commissioning)
NYSCA Grant for Individual Artists Interim Report (Community Engagement Commissioning)
NYSCA Grant for Organizations Final Report (Community Arts)
NYSCA Grant for Organizations Interim Report (Community Arts)
NYSCA Grant for Organizations Change of Scope (Community Arts)
Thank Your Elected Officials
QCA grants city and state government funding, granted to us by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA, allocated by our local city council members). and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA, allocated by our state officials elected to senate and assembly) This is a wonderful time to write or call your elected officials, letting them know the impact of their decision to continue their support of DCA or NYSCA. It’s important to let our elected officials know the cultural happenings of their districts so they understand the need for support, and not just in times of emergency.
When writing to your elected, include in your letter:
1. The support came from NYC Department of Cultural Affairs or the NYS Council on the Arts through the Queens Council on the Arts’ Queens Arts Fund
2. How much you were funded
3. The Title and a short blurb of your project including community impact (how many people do you think will attend)
4. Where and When your project will take place.
Letter Templates down below
Arts Access and New Works recipients (funded by DCA) can find their city representative here:
Community Arts and Community Engagement Commissioning recipients (funded by NYSCA) can find their state representatives here:
QCA Logo - Long (.eps file format)
QCA Logo - Stacked (.eps file format)
Remember to include the QCA logo and credit language on all promotional materials, printed or web-based. The credit line should read as follows:
For Arts Access and New Works recipients (funded by DCA):
“This (event, project, program) is made possible (in part) by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.”
For Community Arts and Community Engagement Commissioning recipients (funded by NYSCA):
“This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Queens Council on the Arts.”