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This program offers an opportunity for neighborhoods to broaden and diversify arts opportunities through artist-led and community informed participatory programming that occurs close to home. The program is a direct response to strategies articulated in Greensboro’s Cultural Arts Plan.
The Neighborhood Arts: Residency Program is made possible by the City of Greensboro US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. Additional support is provided by Creative Greensboro, and the Parks and Recreation, Libraries and Museum, and Transportation departments.
This program will first be implemented in neighborhoods identified for reinvestment in the Housing GSO plan -- Dudley Heights, Glenwood, and Kings Forest. Future cycles of this program may offer the opportunity to expand the geographic reach to additional neighborhoods.
Creative Greensboro will contract with one Residency Partner for each Residency Neighborhood. Partners must have experience using the visual arts (at a minimum, painting) to lead community programs. Residency Partner proposals will be accepted from:
Residency Partners must:
The CVA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal Tax ID# is 56-6083717.
The CVA is in the downtown Greensboro Cultural Center / 200 North Davie Street, Box 13 / Greensboro / North Carolina / 27401