Welcome to the NALAC Submission Manager.  This portal allows users to submit NALAC grant applications, NALAC Leadership Institute applications, as well as submissions for special programs and initiatives.

When entering a submission through the NALAC Submission Manager, be sure to read and follow directions published in the program guidelines.  The guidelines listed below are abridged.  The complete guidelines per program are available on our website at www.nalac.org.

IMPORTANT: The deadlines listed below are for U.S. Central Time. Before applying, be sure to check your time zone. The online system will automatically shut off at 11:59 pm Central Time. Late applications will not be accepted. All application materials must be submitted electronically via the online system by the posted deadline.

If you have any questions, please contact NALAC staff at 210.432.3982 or email info@nalac.org.


Use this form to submit a cover letter and resume according to the job or internship position for which you are applying.

How to apply:

Prepare application

Step 1Carefully review the guidelines below to prepare statement of intent and profile information. Use the Actions Guide and Logic Model for guidance in types of activities that may be applicable.

Submit application

Step 2: Go to NALAC submission manager: https://nalac.submittable.com/submit

Step 3: Create a Submittable account. If you already have an account with Submittable just log in.

Step 4: Enter User Account information and continue. 

Step 5: Proceed to enter Liaison Profile, Pod Project Overview and Statement of Intent.

Step 6: Click "Apply Now" to submit your application. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided in Step 4.

Overview:

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) is acting upon a complex challenge centered on developing effective strategies to support the growing Latino arts community and identifying new ways to build resources for the evolving Latino arts field. The Latino arts community is vast and diverse, representing different cultures, generations, economic classes, and political views.  With changing aesthetics, art forms and interests, we want to ensure that our programs and services change and develop alongside our community. 

We are interested in mobilizing and organizing a base that identify themselves as part of the NALAC community, beyond the current branded Membership program. It is possible for us to engage our members in a different and more significant way, from being recipients of programs to being the driving force behind our policy change and advocacy efforts.

With this in mind, we are launching a new engagement prototype by activating four regional allied NALAC “Pods” to co-design and lead forms of local activity, networking, resourcing, messaging, advocacy and peer to peer mentoring. The deployment of four Pods will take place in geographically and culturally diverse communities with various Latino population densities. Pods will have autonomy to engage in NALAC “value-based” activities that offer various levels/degrees of engagement to foster community building, refine leadership skills, sharpen aesthetic or critical thinking, amplify exposure/visibility, encourage advocacy, and/or create/promote unified messaging in support of Latino arts and culture and equity.  The Pod community’s own existing activities or events that align with NALAC values can be leveraged as complementary entry points for the Pod Pilot.

The NALAC Final Report is used to accept Final Report materials for all NALAC Grant Programs.

A complete final report must be filed 60 days after project completion, but no later than 12 months from date of Award Letter.  Final reports and work samples will be used to report to NALAC authorizers, as well as publicity and educational purposes. Failure to submit a Final Report by the posted deadline will render you/ your organization ineligible for future NALAC grants.

To complete the Final Report, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Download the Final Report Budget Form.  TIP: The Budget Form is in Excel format; in order for the Form to function and calculate correctly, you must enable macros when you open and complete the document. Click here to access the Final Report Budget Form.
Step 2: Complete and save the Final Report Budget Form on your computer. Save as a PDF: Name_FinalReportBudget.pdf
Step 3: Click "Apply Now" below, to begin the online Final Report Form below.
Step 4: Create a Submittable account. If you already have an account with Submittable, login with your username and password.
Step 5: Enter User Account information and continue. 
Step 6: Answer all of the questions provided on the Online Final Report Form.
Step 7: Click "Select Files" to attach completed Final Report Budget Form.
Step 8: Click "Select Files" to attach each Work Sample pertinent to the project.
Step 9: Click "Apply Now" to submit your Final Report. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided in the Submittable account.

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) will use pertinent work samples to educate and inform the public about NALAC programs.  

STAFF CONTACTS
Please call NALAC Staff at 210.432.3982 or info@nalac.org  for more information and questions related to the application process.
If you have any questions, please call 210.432.3982 or email info@nalac.org.  Thank you!

The NALAC Grantee Publicity Materials Inbox is used to accept digital submissions. 

 

 

The NALAC Multi-Media Inbox is used to accept digital submissions that the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) can use to educate and inform the public about NALAC programs.  If you would like to submit work for consideration, please proceed.  If you have any questions, please call 210.432.3982 or email info@nalac.org.  Thank you!

 

 

Deadline: October 13, 2016, 11:59 p.m. Central Time*

NFA Grants for Latino Artists and Ensembles support the work of individual artists and ensembles in all disciplines. The NFA offers three grant categories for artists and ensembles: Project Grant, San Antonio Artist Project Grant and Master Artist Grant. Open to Latino artists and ensembles in the United States. 

For more information and to learn how to submit an application, follow detailed guidelines at www.nalac.org/nfa.

STAFF CONTACTS
Please call NALAC Staff at 210.432.3982 or info@nalac.org for more information and questions related to the application process.

Deadline: October 13, 2016, 11:59 p.m. Central Time*

NFA Grants for Latino Arts Organizations support the work of arts organizations whose primary mission is focused on Latino arts and culture in any arts discipline. The NFA offers two grant categories for organizations: Project Grant and General Operating Support. Open to Latino arts organizations in the United States.

For more information and to learn how to submit an application, follow detailed guidelines at www.nalac.org/nfa.

STAFF CONTACTS
Please call NALAC Staff at 210.432.3982 or info@nalac.org for more information and questions related to the application process.

Deadline: October 13, 2016 11:59 PM CST

Transnational Cultural Remittances (TCR)
The Transnational Cultural Remittances (TCR) grant program supports exemplary cultural exchanges that promote grassroots artistic collaboration and strengthen social networks between linked communities in the United States, Mexico and Central America.

TCR Guidelines available at: www.nalac.org/tcr

STAFF CONTACTS
Please call NALAC Staff at 210.432.3982 or info@nalac.org for more information and questions related to the application process.





Application Deadline: November 3, 2016 11:59 PM CST

IMPORTANT! Follow instructions and application requirements published in the 2016 NALAC DAS Guidelines to ensure that your application materials are complete. An incomplete application will result in disqualification.

NALAC Diverse Arts Spaces Grant
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) Diverse Arts Spaces Grant Program is a funding initiative for the presentation or commissioning of work by Latino artists or ensembles working in visual arts, dance, music, literary arts, performance art or theater. The program is open to organizations that are part of the Ford Foundation Diverse Arts Spaces initiative.

CHECKLIST
A complete online submission will include:
1. Online Profile;
2. Application Form (Narrative, Budget, Work Sample List);
3. Artistic Work Samples; and,
4. Support Documents.

All application materials must be submitted electronically via the Submittable online system by the posted deadline. 

Prepare application

Step 1 Carefully review the NALAC Diverse Arts Spaces Grant Guidelines available online at http://www.nalac.org/dasFollow instructions and application requirements to ensure that your application materials are complete. An incomplete application will result in disqualification.

Step 2 Download the DAS Narrative and Budget Form at http://www.nalac.org/das.

Step 3 Complete and save the Form on your computer. 

Save as a PDF: “Narrative_Form_Your_Organization_Name.pdf”

Submit application

Step 4 Go to NALAC submission manager: https://nalac.submittable.com/submit.

Step 5 Create a Submittable account. If you already have an account with Submittable just login.

Step 6  Enter User Account information and continue.  Proceed to enter Profile Information.

Step 7  Click "Add File" to attach completed Application Form (Narrative, Budget and List).

Step 8  Click "Add File" to attach each Artistic Work Sample.

Step 9 Click "Add File" to attach every Support Document.

Step 10 Click "Apply Now" to submit your application.

            A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided in the Submittable account.

STAFF CONTACTS
Please contact us at 210.432.3982 or info@nalac.org for more information and questions related to the application process.