Rule Rule 123-500-0100
Structure of Cultural Coalition


The structure of the Cultural Coalition reflects the cultural needs, assets and resources of each county and tribe.


To qualify for grant funds, a Cultural Coalition must:


Include representation from the arts, heritage, and humanities activities in their area;


Include representation of other organizations that are relevant to community cultural participation, including without limitation educational institutions, libraries, media or businesses;


Reflect the diversity of the population of the county or tribe.


The size of the Cultural Coalition will vary depending on local needs. There should be sufficient numbers to represent arts, heritage and humanities plus other “at large” members from the community, including but not limited to business, education, media and libraries.
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