TFAO financial assistance: post-inquiry information



After we receive and approve a letter of inquiry, we may ask to review and approve all or part of the following information. We request that all material be sent by email.

-- narrative up to five pages

-- exhibition theme based on various topics

-- targeted audience(s)

-- assurance that the exhibition is suitable for general audiences including children

-- estimate of exhibition's onsite visitors and online viewers 

-- rationale for above estimate 

-- timetable and work plan for implementation (with beginning and ending dates of project) including two to five project milestones

-- criteria for success and plans for evaluating the project at completion

-- estimate of the exhibition's direct costs*

-- amount of funds requested from us and their proposed use

-- sponsorships previously awarded, pending and sought

- projected exhibit-related merchandise revenue

-- note of project support from head of institution

* including, where possible, itemized costs of major categories contracted with outside vendors such as curation, brochure, gallery guide, catalog, etc.


In consideration of our co-sponsorship, please place "Traditional Fine Arts Organization" on the exhibition's marketing and onsite/online informative materials.

Institutions domiciled outside of the United States are ineligible for assistance.


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