Georgine Clarke Alabama Artists Gallery Now Open

The Georgine Clarke Alabama Artists Gallery has reopened to the public.

Our staff is also on-site full-time and continuing to hold meetings via video conferencing. Please contact us to make an appointment. Office and gallery hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. All staff and visitors are required to wear a mask during their visit to Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Georgine Clarke Alabama Artists Gallery.

News and Updates

Congratulations to all of our recent grantees! At the September quarterly meeting, the Council on the Arts awarded 219 grants totaling over $3.6M to arts organizations across Alabama. These grants are in response to applications submitted to the Alabama Arts Recovery Program and the Council on the Arts' annual grant cycle. Click here to view a complete list of award recipients.

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Online grant application

All grant applications are being accepted in a new system, which features easy file uploads, and customized questions for each applicant. The portal reopens for new applications on January 2, 2022.

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Arts License Plate

Take your love for the arts on the road! Get a Support the Arts plate for your vehicle to show your support for the arts in Alabama. Looking for funding? Apply for a license tag grant here.

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Alabama Art News

Sign up for email updates on all things creative in Alabama. You'll receive our monthly newsletter, updates on grant opportunities, resources, and more.⁠
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Grants for Artists

Interested in applying for an individual artist fellowship? Now is the time to prepare work samples & build documentation of career growth/potential. For more details, reach out to a program manager.

Alabama Arts Online

Check out these resources from across the state to access the arts from home.



These national, regional, and local resources are here for artists and arts organizations as we navigate these difficult times.