Passim Iguana Music Fund 2017
2017 application for a grant from Passim's Iguana Music Fund
Application deadline: October 21st, 2017
You are applying for a grant for a specific project that relates to music and will help you advance your career. We prefer artists who are just starting out and have a connection to New England; we also prefer artists who have not been given an Iguana grant in the past (though that does not disqualify you). To see previous winners of the grants and an FAQ, visit
. Projects that involve current Passim employees, staff, or board members may not apply.
Name of artist, band, or organization
Website / link
Show off! What is the single most important link we should look at?
Is there another site you want us to look at?
How would you describe your music career?
What's your homebase?
In a few words, tell us what location you consider to be your "homebase" as an artist? (e.g. a neighborhood, city, region, or community in another sense) Note: This does not neccesarily have to be where you live.
What is your really cool project?
In this section we'd like to hear you describe your project in a little more detail. Be specific! Preference is given to projects that will help advance your career in a deliberate way. Equipment in proposals must have specific use to the project (e.g. a software program, not a personal computer/laptop).
Briefly summarize your project
A tweet or elevator pitch - 140 character limit!
The grant amount you are applying for. Must be between $500 and $2,000.
Have you ever applied for an Iguana grant before?
Yes, and I received a grant
Yes, but I did not receive a grant
What kind of project are you proposing?
Album / recording project
Promotion, marketing, publicity
Event / Concert
Transportation (car, van, bike, etc.)
What kind of music is involved in your project?
Check all that apply.
Tell us about your project. Important: Include how you intend to use grant funds. Be specific & concise! (1500 character limit)
Tell us more about you: What are your musical hopes for the future? Tell us how you think the Iguana Music Fund will help you get there.
What is your personal mission statement? Just wax philosophical on what makes you tick and where you are headed. (1500 character limit)
What is your musical connection to New England?
Things that don't count: "I played there once in 1981", "My grandmother was born there", "I drove through Boston on the way to Nova Scotia". (600 character limit)
On the next page, you'll let us know your contact information.
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