Reporting About Your Project
If you finished your project or have expended all of your funding, now is the time to reflect on the project and lessons learned.
Steps For Reporting About Your Grant-Funded Project:
- Download the grant funding report. [PDF]
- Complete and save your report.
- Download, complete, and save your partner evaluation form [PDF]
- Collect high quality images from your project.
- Email your report, photos, and any additional materials that you would like to include in your report to email@example.com.
- Create an individual and project profile on the Baltimore Art + Justice Project website.
Please note that submitted images may appear on the MICA website and publications.
ALL grantees are required to submit a brief narrative report within 30 days of the end of grant period, describing outcomes, successes and lessons learned. Images are also required, and may be posted on the OCE website or used in promotional material. These reports allow our office to document outcomes from MICA-sponsored projects and share any best practices learned with members of the MICA community. Additionally, we ask that you talk to your community partner for the project and have them complete the community partner evaluation form. The information collected from your grant report and community partner evaluation will be shared with funders so that MICA can continue to provide funding for future community-engaged projects lead by students, faculty, and staff.
Here is an example of a satisfactory grant report.
Baltimore Art + Justice Project
The Baltimore Art+Justice Project brings together individuals and organizations working at the intersection of art and social justice in Baltimore City. Through an interactive map, online resources and community dialogues, the Baltimore Art + Justice Project aims to strengthen arts/design based collaboration to create a better, more just Baltimore. Share the impact of your project on this site by creating an individual and project profile.