Our Partners

Travel South Dakota
The South Dakota Department of Tourism is made up of two divisions: Travel South Dakota and the South Dakota Arts Council. Together, we’re here to serve the people of South Dakota and all who come to meet our Great Faces and explore our Great Places.

Arts South Dakota
A non-partisan and non-profit service organization, Arts South Dakota advances the arts for South Dakotans and our visitors by connecting, advocating, and educating.
Phone: (605) 252-5979
Email: info@artssouthdakota.org
Website: www.ArtsSouthDakota.org

Arts Midwest
This is the regional arts agency for South Dakota. It provides funding through the Performing Arts Fund and other categories of support. The state’s membership, along with Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin, allows for cooperative arts programs.
Phone: (612) 341-0755, TTY (612) 822-2956
Email: general@artsmidwest.org
Website: www.artsmidwest.org

National Endowment for the Arts
The federal arts agency was established by Congress in 1965. The NEA provides funding for the arts to each state arts agency. Direct grants in several categories also are available to nonprofit arts organizations. 
Phone: (202) 682-5400
E-mail: webmgr@arts.gov
Website: http://arts.gov

South Dakota Humanities Council
Funded through the National Endowment for the Humanities, private grants and donations, the Humanities Council supports public humanities programs in the state. South Dakota’s arts and humanities agencies periodically undertake partnerships to celebrate and promote the history and culture of the state.
University Station, Box 7050, Brookings, SD 57007
(605) 688-6113
E-mail: SDSU_SDHC@sdstate.edu
Website: http://sdhc.sdstate.org/

South Dakota Grants Directory
A searchable database of 400+ foundations with a history of SD giving, as well as SD state government grant-making programs. There are no limits to access.

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