The SCS "Classics Everywhere" Application Form
The SCS Board of Directors has designated $25,000 that will be used to sponsor public events and programs around the US and elsewhere in 2019, the 150th Year of the society (founded as the American Philological Association in 1869). Universities, colleges, schools, museums, libraries, other non-profits, and individuals can apply to SCS for mini-grants of up to $2,000 to support the following: public lectures; readings; discussion groups; performances; summer, after-school and weekend programs for school-age children; visual arts exhibits and installations; podcasts; and videos. Events and programs may focus on ancient languages, works of literature, art, and culture, or on more contemporary works inspired by the ancient world; and they may be creative or analytical in focus. The one basic requirement is that eligible programs reach beyond the classroom to engage a broader public from school-age children to senior citizens.
Name of Project Leader
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Email Address of Project Leader
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Project Title
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State in which event/program will take place (non-US applicants should list their country only)
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Dates of the event/program
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Amount of funding requested (max $2,000)
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