Huntsville Arts & Cultural Grant Program

Huntsville, Alabama has been recognized nationally for its strong economic base, moderate cost of living, and excellent quality of life. The city’s arts and cultural offerings are important quality of life amenities that serve both residents and visitors. Huntsville’s arts and culture sector also helps to attract new businesses and workforce while creating opportunities for economic growth and prosperity. At the same time, Huntsville’s arts and cultural scene helps to develop local identity while celebrating diversity and fostering understanding within our community. Overall, Huntsville’s arts and cultural organizations contribute financially to the local economy, generating over $89.9 million in economic impact annually.


Huntsville’s 2022 Arts and Cultural Grant Program opens on September 15, 2021, with an online application deadline of October 17, 2021, at 9 p.m. CST. Potential applicants should be aware that FY22 grant funding is contingent on a 2022 City of Huntsville Budget appropriation. The Huntsville City Council is expected to finalize the FY22 budget by September 30, 2021, in advance of the October 17, 2021 grant deadline.


Eligible Huntsville nonprofit arts and cultural organizations must apply online by the deadline at:

For more information contact Ashley Hudson at