Net
Opportunity Type
Grants
Discipline
Performing
Location
Atlanta, GA

NET Accepting Travel Grant Applications

Network of Ensemble Theaters

NET/TEN Travel Grants support activities to initiate new relationships
or further develop existing relationships.


 Activities may take place in U.S. or internationally
 Awarded twice a year (Fall / Spring)
 Grants range from $500 to $2,000


Travel Grants are intended to:
 initiate and strengthen relationships
 remove the barriers of distance and travel
 meet potential cross-sector and cross-discipline partners
(i.e. collaborators from outside the arts, or from arts disciplines
or genres beyond your own)
 explore new practices, ideas, or methods


Eligible Activities
Activities may include (but are not limited to) observerships, shared rehearsals,
planning, training, and/or other exploration with outside partners. Artistic,
administrative, and technical/production-based projects are welcome.


Eligible Expenses
See page 13 for a chart comparing eligible expenses for each program.
Production expenses, production tours, equipment purchases and
professional development offerings (e.g. using funds to register for
conferences, festivals, or other pre-existing public workshops or trainings)
are not supported by this program.

Who is eligible?
 Applicant must be a NET member in good standing; grantees must remain NET members in good
standing throughout the full project period (through final reporting)
 Eligible membership categories: Ensembles, Affiliates, Individuals, Students
 An Ensemble or Affiliate may apply on behalf of one of its members
 501(c)(3) status is not required
 Applicant must have an address and the ability to receive funds in the United States
 In each round, applicant may submit only one application, but may be listed or included as a
partner in applications submitted by others
 Applicant may not receive more than one NET/TEN grant within an annual cycle
 Those receiving a NET/TEN grant for two years in a row must sit out for a year before reapplying
 Applicants may not have any outstanding final reports due from previously completed
NET/TEN activities


What is eligible?
 Artistic, administrative, and technical/production-based projects are welcome
 Activities may include (but are not limited to) observerships, shared rehearsals, planning, training,
and/or other exploration with outside partners.
 Production expenses, production tours, equipment purchases, and professional development
offerings (e.g. using funds to register for conferences, festivals, or other pre-existing public
workshops or trainings) are not supported by this program.

Application Due
Apr 2, 2019
Noon PT / 3pm ET
Award Notification
By May 17, 2019
Project Period
6 months
Jun 1– Nov 30, 2019
Final Report Due
Jan 10, 2020

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