No Funds Available for the 2015 Arts and Technical Assistance Grants

The California Arts Council's Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program Grant

 ‚Ķto participate is to be alive, to have access is to participate‚Ķ

Introduction and Eligibility

The purpose of the California Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program is to enhance opportunities for participation in the arts by people with disabilities. This is done through small, but critical grants of $500 to $1000 to artists with disabilities and $500 up to $1500 to arts organizations. Grants for artists with disabilities are intended to support those who are committed to advancing their work and their careers. Applications are encouraged from artists in all artistic disciplines. Please read the revised guidelines below as there have been changes to the program.

Additional Resources

The NADC is a program of the Tarjan Center at UCLA, a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. 
For more information about the CAC mini-grant program, please contact Beth Stoffmacher at the NADC:
Tarjan Center at UCLA
760 Westwood Plaza
58-228 Semel Institute
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1759