beneficiary / Art Conspiracy events have raised over $275,000 for small groups that provide arts and music programming in North Texas.

  • Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico

    Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico

    ANMBF is a Dallas, Texas-based non-profit, charity – 501(c)(3), strives to increase the awareness of folklorico as an educational art form that reflects history, geography, physical fitness and most importantly, culture. Through its diverse programs, ANMBF helps young people of all ages and races achieve awareness of the Hispanic heritage that has so influenced and enriched our modern society. ANMBF is considered the largest professional Ballet Folklorico Company in the United States. It has been a trailblazer in the Dallas Hispanic arts and educational community.

2015 Grant Application
Application Deadline: March 31, 2015
Must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 31st

Contact: Erica Felicella

2015 Art Conspiracy Call for Beneficiaries
Non-Profit Arts Organizations Should Submit Applications Now

February 25, 2015 – DALLAS – From now until March 31, 2015 501(c)(3) organizations can apply to be the beneficiary of Art Con 11. Now in its eleventh year, Art Conspiracy channels creativity and community building from its army of volunteer artists, musicians and supporters to put on unique events that raise money for a new nonprofit each year. Over the past eleven years, Art Conspiracy events have raised more than $275,000 for small groups that provide arts and music programming.

Some key requirements for Art Conspiracy Beneficiary Applicants:

Art Conspiracy funds non-profit organizations with a 501(c)(3) non-profit status that offer creative programming in the form of art or music that gives back to youth, families and citizens within the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. 

Funding must be used for creative programming, general operating that would increase capacity of those you serve, and/or capital improvements in order to build capacity to serve the community.

Art Conspiracy prefers organizations that have an annual budget under $400,000 and will not provide grants to individuals or accept multi-year commitments.

Previous beneficiaries have included Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico, Girls Rock, My Possibilities, Today Marks the Beginning, Resolana, Musical Angels, Preservation LINK, St. Anthony Community Center and La Reunion.

Interested groups should visit to download and review the full beneficiary guidelines and application.

Any questions should be directed to and Art Conspiracy will make sure to return your email within 48 hours.

Applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on March 31, 2015

Media Info:

Art Conspiracy is a non-profit community that conspires to bring artists and musicians together, raise funds, and activate awareness for regional creative programs and causes. For more information, please contact Erica Felicella or call 214-563-8095.

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Previous Beneficiaries

  • Preservation LINK
    Preservation LINK

    Preservation LINK, an organization that teaches audio and visual media to students in South Dallas and Fair Park.

  • Resolana

    Resolana, a community-based nonprofit organization that provides holistic, gender-sensitive, rehabilitative programming for incarcerated women.

  • St. Anthony Community Center
    St. Anthony Community Center

    St. Anthony Community Center, a center that offers visual art, music and dance to more than 800 children in South Dallas.

  • Today Marks the Beginning’s
    Today Marks the Beginning’s

    Today Marks the Beginning’s MasterPEACE program which uses art to impact awareness of social issues and teach children about non-violence.

  • Girls Rock - Dallas
    Girls Rock - Dallas

    Girls Rock Dallas was formed in November 2011 and is dedicated to empowering girls and women through the use of music education to promote self-esteem and confidence.


  • Warren T. White Academy of Visual and Performing Arts is located within W. T. White High School, a public school in the Dallas Independent School District serving North Dallas students in grades 9-12. It serves 300+ students per year, allowing them opportunity to express themselves through clay.

  • La Reunion TX
    La Reunion TX

    La Reunion TX, an arts residency in the making on a 35 acre urban forest engaged as outdoor studio space and gallery.

  • Musical Angels
    Musical Angels

    Musical Angels, a program that teaches hospitalized children to make music with their own hands and hearts.