The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Recordings at Risk is a national regranting program administered by CLIR to support the preservation of rare and unique audio and audiovisual recordings of high scholarly value in the U.S.
Generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the program will run four competitions from Jan 2017 to September 2018, and will award a total of $2.3 Million. Awards from the open competitions will range from $10,000 to $50,000 and will cover costs of preservation reformatting for audio and/or audiovisual content by eligible institutions working independently or with qualified service providers.
Third Call: Deadline is February 9, 2018
Fourth Call Opens: May 1, 2018; Deadline is June 29, 2018
Digitization of audio and/or audiovisual materials
Interested in working with NEDCC
on a CLIR Recordings at Risk grant project?
Bryce Roe, NEDCC Manager of Audio Preservation Services
978-470-1010 ext. 237
Enabling New Scholarship through Increasing Access to Unique Materials
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has generously awarded the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) funds to support the Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives program.
April 13, 2018 - Initial proposal deadline
Final proposal round is by invitation only.
Grant Amounts: Maximum allowable request for 2018: single-institution projects: between $50,000 and $250,000 / for collaborative projects: between $50,000 and $500,000
NHPRC Access to Historical Records Grants: Archival Projects
Deadline passed: - Watch for updated guidelines
[October 5, 2017]
Grant Amount: Up to $100,000 for one or two-year projects
All types of historical records are eligible, including documents, photographs, born-digital records, and analog audio and moving images. Projects may preserve and process historical records to:
NHPRC Access to Historical Records Grants: Major Initiatives
Successful preliminary proposal applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.
Preliminary Proposal Deadline Passed: [January 18, 2018]
Grant Amount:$100,000 to $350,000 for one to three-year projects
All types of historical records are eligible, including documents, photographs, born-digital records, and analog audio and moving images. Projects may:
Division of Preservation and Access
The NEHis an independent grant-making agency of the United States government, dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities. Grants for preservation and conservation projects are managed by its Division of Preservation and Access.
Deadline: July 19, 2018
Grant amount: up to $350,000
Implementing preservation measures, such as digitzation; preserving and improving access to born-digital sources; rehousing; and conservation treatment leading to enhanced access.
Los Angeles, CA
With funding generously provided by The Recording Academy, the GRAMMY Museum Grants Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals to support efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of North America, and research projects related to the impact of music on the human condition.
The GRAMMY Museum Grant Program awards grants to organizations and individuals to support efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of the Americas.
The Archiving and Preservation area has two funding categories. To determine under which category of preservation grant you should apply, please click here.
A. Preservation Implementation: $20,000 Maximum Award
B. Assistance, Assessment and/or Consultation: $5,000 Maximum Award
Deadline: December 15, annually
Amounts: From $2,000 tp $10,000
The ARSC Program for the Preservation of Classical Music Historical Recordings was founded in 2004 (to begin in 2006) by Al Schlachtmeyer and the Board of Directors of ARSC to encourage and support the preservation of historically significant sound recordings of Western Art Music by individuals and organizations.
Projects involving preservation in any valid and reasonable fashion.
The National Recording Preservation Foundation offers grants to non-profit archives, libraries, museums, universities and other entities engaged in the preservation of audio materials that demonstrate cultural or historical importance and are held within the United States of America.
There is an open call for proposals for grants from the National Recording Preservation Foundation (NRPF) until August 15th. Individual grants will be awarded up to $20,000 each. NRPF would like to fund projects in each of the following areas: broadcast, spoken word and music, but awards will be made solely on the basis of the proposals themselves.
Deadline: August 15, 2018
Preservation and/or archiving, digitization, collection appraisal and planning, material or professional conservation, and the creation of means for public and or research access to collections.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, write to NRPF at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Put in the subject line: Request for Grant Application Details. They will send by return email full information on how to apply.