Grant recipients are required to acknowledge the CCA in all advertising and published material related to the funded activity. Examples include seasonal brochures, newsletters, announcements, websites, blogs, social media, exhibition signage, educational materials and print advertising. Credit includes CCA logo (available for download below) and the line “funded in part by Cornell Council for the Arts.”
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EXHIBITION AND EVENT SPACES
(Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of all available on-campus spaces)
AAP Gallery Spaces
John Hartell Gallery
Milstein Hall Gallery
The Bibliowicz Family Gallery
Olive Tjaden Gallery
Human Ecology Gallery Spaces
Jill Stuart Gallery (HumEc. Projects Only)
Human Ecology Building Atrium and Lobby (Public Space)
MVR 166N, Gallery and Reception Space (Public Space)
RECEIVING GRANT FUNDS
Faculty, Department and Program grant recipients can have their funds transferred directly to their university account. Please include your account number in the space provided on your contract.
Student Organization Applicants:
Student organizations registered with SAFC or GPSAFC can have their funds transferred directly to their university account. Please have your account representative email the CCA with the appropriate account number to ensure receipt of your grant funds.
Funds for individual students are taxable (the university will mail documents for your tax returns) and are disbursed via direct deposit. Grantees will be contacted by an accounts payable representative to collect all necessary forms (W-9 or W-8BEN and ACH) prior to fund disbursement.
We encourage anyone considering applying for a CCA grant to contact the CCA office to inquire about the feasibility of a project proposal or to seek guidance about how to best prepare your application. The CCA office can be reached at (607) 255-7274 or email@example.com.