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Request or Proposals
The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County is building a ‘pool’ of experienced consultants to work with selected Cumberland County cultural arts nonprofits who receive an FY23 Technical Assistance Grant from the Arts Council (July 1, 2022 to May 31, 2023). Consultants will have expertise in at least one specific area identified in the RFP.
Technical Assistance Grants support Cumberland County cultural arts nonprofits with program planning and oversight to strengthen operations and help build capacity. Support may include but is not limited to the hiring of consultants to strengthen management, marketing, and program structure, help with organizational or board assessment and planning, or provide design assistance for cultural facilities or public design projects.
The Arts Council seeks experienced consultants in:
Request for Additional Information
If you have additional questions about the Technical Assistance Grant Program, please contact Michael Houck, Director of Grants and Allocations at MichaelH@TheArtsCouncil.com.
If you have additional questions about this RFP or consultant qualifications, please contact Kennon Jackson, Executive Vice President, at KennonJ@TheArtsCouncil.com.