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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant provides general operating support to the Foundation for Louisiana (fiscal sponsor of Colloqate Design) for Storia, a pilot project designed to embed Creative Placemaking into a redevelo
This grant provides general operating support to Juxtaposition Arts, a nonprofit arts and community design organization.
This grant will provide general operating support for Efforts of Grace (dba Ashe Cultural Arts Center) which uses arts and culture as tools for equitable human and community development in inner-ci
This grant supports NewCorp, Inc., a community development financial institution in New Orleans, to pilot a workforce and artisan development program that addresses employment, vacancy, housing and
Founded as an art and design workshop for youths living in public housing, the nonprofit has grown into a cultural center that in 2015 employed 65 teens in creative jobs and engaged more than 6,000
Based in Houston’s Third Ward, Project Row Houses has created an environment where art can create real social change, based on four key components: a public art/installation program, the Youn
The national organization supports established and emerging artists in the creation and touring of contemporary performing and visual arts, and serves as the fiscal sponsor for the Network of Ensem
The nonprofit performing arts center, also known as Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, operates a professional dance ensemble, a school of dance, a theater, in-school and after-school activities, and comm
The organization develops programs, activities, and creative works highlighting positive contributions made by African Americans to their communities, and operates the Ashé Cultural Arts Center in
Based in Houston’s Third Ward, Project Row Houses has created an environment where art can create real social change.
The foundation is providing capacity-building services to the Denver arts and cultural community.
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