The application process is free to all applicants. All you need to do is fill out this form!
Once all Iguana Music Fund entries are submitted, an anonymous committee reviews every application. The winners are chosen based on merit. All decisions are unbiased.
The application includes questions about the type of project you are proposing, information about your music, as well as your contact information. Here are the longer-answer questions you'll find on the application:
- Briefly describe your project in 140 characters or less
- Project details & specific budget
- Tell us more about you: What are your musical hopes for the future? Tell us how the Iguana Music Fund will help you get there.
- What is your musical connection to New England?
- VIEW A PREVIEW OF THE 2015 APPLICATION (subject to change)
The deadline is October 20th, 2016, and decisions will be announced in mid-December.
Yes. If you have a project that meets the criteria of the Iguana Music Fund, then the Iguana committee encourages you to apply again.
Yes. If you have another project that meets the criteria of the Iguana Music Fund, then you are welcome to apply again. The committee gives preference to applicants who have not previously received a grant.
Yes. The Iguana Music Fund strives to award grants to diverse projects and encourages both solo artists and full bands to apply.
The Iguana Music Fund supports a wide variety of musical needs and project ideas including, but not limited to, recording and manufacturing assistance, community projects, publicity and marketing support, instrument repair and replacement, additional equipment and instrument purchases, special projects, and other specific activities promoting artistic and/or professional growth. If you are not sure if your project qualifies, email the Iguana Music Fund.
In order to spread the word about the Iguana Music Fund and to keep the committee informed of how the Iguana grant was used, we ask a few things of the winners:
First, please read the FAQs and Iguana Fund application, as you may find the answers to your questions in those resources. If you still have questions after reading those materials, then email the Iguana Music Fund. No phone calls please; the committee is not available at Club Passim.
Late applications will not be accepted.
No. If the committee needs more information, then they will contact you. Due to the large volume of applications the committee receives, only winners will be notified directly.