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Seeking Presenters, Performers and Collaborators for Ripple Project 2022

Apr 16, 2021
Beyond the Page funding available for 2022 programs on racial equity for the Ripple Project 2022

Beyond the Page is seeking applications for humanities-based programs from across Dane County that will take place in 2022. $30,000 has been set aside to fund programming around themes of race and equity in 2022. Those funds can be applied for and used to pay speakers and performers, market the event, and coordinate logistics.

Beyond the Page is seeking proposals for programs in the following areas:

  • Art/music/culture with a humanities focus (performances, workshops, etc.)
  • Understanding race and racism through a humanities lens (history, storytelling, etc.)
  • Programs designed by and for people of color (wellness, empowerment, community-building, etc.)

Strong applications will make a clear connection to the humanities and will engage audiences in connection with others. Programs may be targeted at children, teens, adults, seniors and/or families. Presenters of color are encouraged to apply.

In addition, applicant support and coaching is available in helping the program meet the humanities requirement. If you want support, contact Ali Treviño-Murphy (trevino-murphy@dcls.info or call 608-217-0451) for assistance with the application process.

Ripple Project 2022Applications will be accepted through June 1, 2021 or until project needs are met.

Learn more about the Ripple Project 2022

Read the full press release