The Miami Beach Cultural Arts Grant Program was originally created in 1998 as an essential component of the mission of the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council, which is to develop, coordinate, and promote the arts in the City of Miami Beach community. Since the program’s inception, the City of Miami Beach Mayor and Commission and the Cultural Arts Council have awarded approximately $18 million in cultural arts grants, supporting thousands of performances, exhibits, and other cultural activities in Miami Beach. The grants program is managed by professional staff from the City of Miami Beach’s Department of Tourism and Culture division of Cultural Affairs.
The Cultural Arts Grant Program has two separate application phases: (1) Intent to Apply (Pre-Application) and (2) FY 20/21 Full Application for Cultural Anchors and Cultural Presenters.
For more information visit our Grant Application Portal
Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Final Report
Grantees: Please refer to the attached .PDF documents linked below for your FY20/21 Final Report documents. In addition, to the Excel spreadsheet that includes three (3) separate tabs for you to complete, you must also complete and signed a signed and notarized Final Report Form as well as all required supplemental documents.
All final reports are due by Friday, October 15, 2021. Please mail your completed, signed and notarized Final Report Form and your Final Report Checklist (along with all applicable attachments and supplemental documentation) to:
Julio E. Rodriguez - Cultural Affairs Grants and Operations Administrator
Tourism and Culture Department
1755 Meridian Avenue, 5th Floor, Suite 500
Miami Beach, FL 33139
- Final Report Form For Fiscal Year 2020/2021 - Cultural Anchors
- Final Report Form for Fiscal Year 2020/2021 - Cultural Presenters
- Final Report Checklist For Fiscal Year 2020/2021 - Cultural Anchors & Presenters
Pursuant to City Resolution No. 2018-30552, if applicable, Grantee is required to have 51% or more of its board membership complete the City’s training program for board members of non-profit agencies, who must have completed such training program within the last three years prior to Grantee receiving City funds pursuant to this Agreement. Board training is required for agencies that have an annual operating budget of less than $5 million and receive $25,000 or more in funding from the City. Prior to the release of the first Grant payment to the Grantee pursuant to this Agreement, Grantee shall submit a copy of the certificate of completion for each board member that has completed the training program prior to the contract submission deadline set forth in Article I.
For more information, including a full training video, visit: https://www.miamibeachfl.gov/city-hall/tourism-culture-and-economic-development/city-of-miami-beach-cultural-affairs-program/