Images from a few of the 2017-2018 ARTSwego-Funded Programs
ARTSwego is the primary source of support on the SUNY Oswego campus for programs and special current projects that complement the educational mission of the college through residencies, exhibits and other forms of engagement with arts professionals. Examples include the ARTSwego Performing Arts Series, Ke-nekt’ Chamber Music Series, Living Writers Series, Visiting Artist Program, and Tyler Art Gallery exhibits. One-time projects proposed by academic departments and faculty are also eligible for support.
Resources for these activities come from the voluntary student arts fee, contributions by faculty, staff and community supporters. ARTSwego-supported activities serve all members of the campus and wider community. Specific projects in the arts often receive additional support from local and regional arts agencies, businesses and private foundations.
Proposals for ARTSwego support are received in the late spring for activities that will take place in the following academic year, and are reviewed on the basis of artistic quality; educational relevance; strength of planning; and commitment of other funds or resources. In addition, projects that incorporate our Campus Grand Challenge (Fresh Water) will receive special consideration. Funding recommendations are the responsibility of the Arts Programming Board, a diverse committee with faculty, staff and student representation.
To apply for ARTSwego funding:
1.Read “2018-19 ARTSwego Guidelines”, found below.
2.Download and save “2018-19 Funding Application Form ” to your computer.
Important Note: Please complete the Funding Application in Adobe Acrobat. Then save the application again before sending it as an email attachment to:
email@example.com by Monday, March 26, 2018.
(Images and links may be included.)
3.Download and complete the “Summary Report Form” within 30 days after the completion of the funded program. Return the completed form to Joyce Molinari at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to her at 105 Mahar.