Applications are now being accepted by the NCAC for their Mary B. Regan Community Artist Residency grants with a deadline of March 15. The grant is for individual artists and supports innovative artist-in-residence projects in communities in North Carolina. Learn more >>>
In honor of former Executive Director Mary B. Regan’s 39 years of service to the arts and artists of North Carolina, the North Carolina Arts Council Board established the Mary B. Regan Community Artist Residency, a grant designed to support innovative artist-in-residence projects in communities in North Carolina.
The award was conceived to honor Mary’s long-held beliefs in the importance of the contributions of artists and the transformative potential of creativity to community life.