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What does AAGP stand for?

AAGP stands for Arts Assistance Grant Program


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A Structure for Creative Placemaking: Arts & Entertainment Districts Maryland’s Arts & Entertainment (A&E) Districts help develop and promote community involvement, tourism and revitalization through tax-related incentives that attract artists, arts organizations and other creative enterprises. A&E Districts Across the State: Creative Places to Explore View this map of Maryland's 24 Arts & Entertainment Districts. Expand the map to browse photos and websites!   Economic Impact Twenty-four A&E Districts have been established since the program began in 2001. And, the most recent economic impact study shows that in fiscal year 2014, 22 Maryland A&E Districts collectively supported an estimated 6,000 new jobs that paid $199 million in wages. During the same year, new jobs combined with A&E District festivals and events supported more than $571 million in state GDP and $39 million in state and local tax revenue. View the fiscal year 2014 A&E Districts Economic Impact Report. Application Process There are two annual deadlines for the A&E District Application: April 1, 2015, and October 1, 2015, and applicants are required to submit the Intent to Apply form 60 days prior to application deadlines.  Following the Intent To Apply are: site visit and consultation, community forum, rigorous application with executive endorsement, panel review, staff recommendation and finally, approval from the Secretary of Business and Economic Development. A&E District Technical Assistance Grant Applicants must be designated as a State of Maryland Arts & Entertainment District to qualify. Arts & Entertainment Districts may receive only one Technical Assistance grant per fiscal year. Deadline is October 8, 2015. Click in the Available Grants Box for the grant's information. Questions? Contact Program Director Pamela Dunne at 410-767-6484 or