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Ethnic Cultural Arts Program

What is ECAP?

ECAP facilitates the production of Multi-Ethnic and Multicultural arts events through the utilization of a competitive funding/grant request procedure. Endeavors that involve audiences across disciplines, age, class, and include a range of race and ethnic orientations are preferred. Read More.

If you're looking for an application click on the image below and download a copy. If you are unsure if you are eligible to receive funds for your event from ECAP Click Here. If you are unsure when the deadline is to apply for funds for your event from ECAP please Click Here.

Upcoming Events

The Chinese Acrobats

Saturday, Dec. 6, 7 PM
Bowling Green Middle School's Performing Arts Center,
530 W. Poe Road

Free to BGSU students with their student ID. Student tickets are available at the Office of Multicultural Affairs front desk (318 Mathematical Sciences Building) during office hours.

Faculty, staff and Bowling Green community members can buy tickets at the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Information Desk or at Grounds for Thought, 174 S. Main St. Tickets are $5 each (non- refundable).

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