Buellton Arts & Tradition Committee seeks artists to apply for grants

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The Buellton Arts and Tradition Committee is seeking artists and resourceful people to use for grants to create projects to boost the community.

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The Buellton Arts and Lifestyle Committee is looking for artists and inventive persons to apply for grants to create projects to enhance the creative and/or cultural experiences of the neighborhood.

Grant resources may well address the expense of supplies, artist time, promoting and print components, and anything connected to the manufacturing of a successful arts and tradition undertaking.  Venture grant apps and a swift reference information can be discovered at 


Earlier arts and culture projects have integrated artwork workshops, multi-working day activities, short term and long term public artwork shows and educational exhibitions. At present, there are quite a few interesting jobs underway such as a mural collection by artist Liz Alvarez showcasing Buellton parks and historical scenes, the set up of mosaic tiled pillars at the entrance to the SYV Botanic Garden, a Stroll into Wildfire immersive exhibition and local community event, and a sculptural show honoring our veterans. 

If you are fascinated in applying for an arts and culture grant but don’t have an idea for a challenge, committee members would be satisfied to give recommendations and assist you brainstorm.  

For much more facts, make sure you e mail Kyle Abello at [email protected] or contact him at the Buellton Rec Center 688-1086.