Mural & Public Art Grant

 Connecting communities through mural and pubic art projects

Banner Image: “The Original Dream” by Gleo, from The Horizontes Project, Wichita

This program, presented in partnership with the Office of Rural Prosperity, provides funding for communities with populations of 10,000 or fewer to create and install public works of art. The program is designed to utilize artists and arts organizations to increase community vibrancy and provide space for artistic expression and public engagement.

Grant Amount

The total project cost must be at least twice the amount of the grant request. The maximum grant amount is $10,000.

There is a 1:1 match requirement for this program. The matching funds must consist of at least 50% cash expense provided by the applicant; in-kind, non-monetary donations and volunteer hours may be counted up to 50% of the required match.

Who Qualifies
Established 501(c)(3) organizations based in Kansas
Units of local government
Federally recognized tribes

Eligible Projects may include:

  • Permanent or Semi-permanent Installations
  • Mural/Public Art Projects

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be incorporated in Kansas and in good standing with the state
  • Have fulfilled all outstanding contractual obligations with KCAIC
  • Have a SAM UEI number. Click here for more information


Guidelines: Reimagined Spaces & Mural/Public Art Grant
Pilot Programs General Guidelines and Policies

Application Period

Through generous support from the Office of Rural Prosperity, the deadline is extended to May 16, 2022 for applicants in communities with populations of 10,000 or fewer.
Projects must occur between July 1, 2022 – December 31, 2023. 

Grant Materials

ACH Form
KCAIC Budget Template
Media Kit
National Endowment for the Arts General Terms and Conditions
Policy Regarding Sexual Harassment Acknowledgment Form
Request for Payment Workbook
W-9 Federal Form

Want to learn more about Cultural Development Programs?


Peter Jasso, Director, Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission

(785) 296-2178


Kate Van Steenhuyse, KCAIC Chief Programs Officer

(785) 379-1608