Student Activities Center

Focus Post Award Information & Requirements

Contracts

Grant recipients will be contacted via e-mail to come to the Student Activities Center to sign the Focus Grant Contract and the Campus Organizations Accounting Contract for P-Card activation. 

Progress Reports

Grant recipients must provide both written and visual progress reports. The committee will contact you to schedule a time for a brief visual progress report in September and February. Be prepared to bring materials to show the committee how far you are in the completion of your project.  

Advisors must provide a written progress report. It is the responsibility of the artist to upload the advisor report by the due dates.

If reports are not completed or if the committee feels that the grant recipient is not making adequate progress toward completing the project, the project may be terminated and funding revoked..

Student Focus Progress Report

Reports are due September 10, 2018 and January 25, 2019 for Round 1 Spring Applicants.
Reports are due January 25, 2019 for Round 2 Fall Applicants.  

The following information should be uploaded as a PDF to the artist's drop box by the deadlines listed above:
Grant Recipient Name
Title of Project
Grant Amount
Advisor
Describe the progress you have made on your project. 
Do you anticipate changes in your final project based on your preliminary work?
Describe the contact you have had with your advisor regarding the project.
How much of your funding has been spent?

Advisor Focus Progress Report

Reports are due September 10, 2018 and January 25, 2019 for Round 1 Spring Applicants. 
Reports are due January 25, 2019 for Round 2 Fall Applicants.  

The following information should be uploaded as a PDF to the artist's drop box by the deadlines listed above:
Advisor Name
Advisee Name
Title of Project
Briefly describe the contact you have had with your student regarding his/her Focus project.
Do you feel the student is making adequate progress?
Do you believe your student will complete the project on time and within budget?

Visual Artwork Display

Artwork will be exhibited in the Memorial Union Pioneer Room during April unless viewing space is a special consideration.  All plans for displaying artwork must be approved by the Memorial Union Fine Arts Coordinator by mid-March. If exhibition in the Memorial Union isn’t possible, the proposal must describe a means of display and space arrangements must be cleared, in writing, with the responsible campus authorities.

Artwork must be delivered to the Memorial Union in ready-to-install condition during the designated drop off time. The Memorial Union reserves the right to refuse to display objects that are improperly prepared for display. Objects loaned to the Memorial Union will remain in its possession for the entirety of the exhibit dates. Artwork must be picked up during the designated times following the close of the loan period. Unclaimed artwork will become property of the Memorial Union.

Performance Based Projects

If funding is received to support a performance, the student(s) must it scheduled no later than April 15. A 4-5 minute excerpt from the performance must be presented at the reception in April.   

Reception

A reception will be held in conjunction with the APEX Juried Exhibit in April. All participating artists will be recognized.

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