Application

PlayTime's Set Designer & Artist, Alicia Rheal, featured in Madison Art Guild Article in September 2013 Wisconsin State Journal

50th Anniversary Gala Concert at the Overture Center for the Arts. Photo credit Jonathan Schoerlucke

All applications are accessed and submitted via WebGrants. Full instructions for navigation and use of online grants system are provided within WebGrants, and can also be found in this Quick User Guide.

Free registration is required to use WebGrants. Registration is fast, simple, and does not obligate you to complete an application. Your information will not be used for any other purposes, or shared with anyone else. If you submit grant applications on behalf of an organization or other entity, the account you create should represent the organization, not you personally (you will be considered the primary contact for organization). If you submit applications on behalf of several organizations, you will need to create an account for each organization you represent.

 

 

Applicant Resources

Info Sessions

Dane Arts offers multiple hour-long information sessions focused upon basic grant writing and WebGrants orientation. Pre-registration is requested. Please send email with subject line Grants Info Session to danearts@countyofdane.com and include: your name, applicant you represent (if applicable), and session date/time you plan to attend. All Info Sessions take place in the Dane County Executive Office conference room located in Room 421, City-County Building, 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Madison, WI 53703.

 

FAQ
Qualities of Successful Grant Applications
WebGrants
WebGrants Quick Start User Guide
Comparison of 3 cycles in 2013 to 2 cycles in 2014

 

Questions?

Please contact us!

Technical Assistance and Other Questions
Mark Fraire
Director
fraire@countyofdane.com
608-266-5915