NYSCA/GHHN Creativity Incubator Final Evaluation
The NYSCA/GHHN Creativity Incubator Grant will provide New York State museums with financial support (up to $5,000 each) to experiment with and/or implement ideas inspired by the spirit of the Creativity Incubator workshops, held from 2017-2019.
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NYSCA/GHHN Creativity Incubator Grant Awardees have a requirement to prepare a written Final Evaluation after completing the project. To submit your Final Evaluation, you must use your previously created Submittable account. You will need to be logged in to complete and submit your Final Evaluation. Once you have logged in, you will be able to access the questions.
Funded work must be completed by December 31, 2020 (unless you requested an extension). The deadline for Final Evaluations for the Creativity Incubator Grant is 30 days after completion of your project. Failure to submit the required evaluation may impact future funding eligibility. The portal for the Final Evaluation will remain open through April 1, 2021 and can be accessed via the button on the left sidebar.
You must notify GHHN if you do not anticipate spending all your awarded funds. Any unspent funds must be received back to GHHN at the time of Final Evaluation submission, made payable to Greater Hudson Heritage Network.
Your Final Evaluation MUST consist of:
A narrative addressing the following questions:
OPTIONAL: If you would like, you may attach press releases, announcements, publications, and exhibit or program materials referring to the grant program. If you post on social media about
the awarded funds, please make sure to tag Greater Hudson Heritage Network
(@theGHHN on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) and the New York State Council on the Arts (Facebook:@NewYorkStateCouncilontheArts, Twitter: @NYSCArts,
Instagram: @NYSCouncilontheArts) and use #NYSCAsupported and #creativityincubator.
The NYSCA/GHHN Creativity Incubator Grant Program is made possible with funds from the
New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.