New Guide Details Grant Opportunities for Museums, Cultural Properties

Art Sentry’s resource includes insights about grant writing and highlights many public and private grants for museums and cultural properties. The goal is to assist museums that are looking for ways to pay for projects like staff training, infrastructure updates, and new technology.

CLEVELAND, June 16, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Art Sentry today announced the release of a new, free resource, “Museum Grants 2023.” The extensive guide includes grant writing tips and a comprehensive list of public and private grant opportunities.

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“Museums and other cultural properties at times have limited funds to support all of the important work they do,” says Art Sentry Managing Director Rob Palmer. “Grants are one solution to this problem, but applying for them and managing the process is labor-intensive. We created this free guide to help museums secure the funds they need to fulfill their missions and remain vital parts of their communities.”

Grants come in many forms to fit the wide range of museums and projects that need funding. The Museum Grants 2023 guide includes information on:

  • Federal and state government grants
  • Foundations
  • Banks that support museums and cultural properties
  • Local and regional resources

About Art Sentry

Since 2005 Art Sentry’s patented technology has been guarding the world’s treasures. Currently, Art Sentry protects the collections of over 25% of the top museums in the United States.

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DAN LAZUTA, Art Sentry, 1 888-426-9151,


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