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This grant amendment will enable AS220 to continue its efforts to support staff, operations, and project artists, along with providing a 12-month extension during the COVID-19 pandemic. AS220
This grant provides general operating support to AS220 for the continuation and development of its Creative Placemaking activities.
Serving as a hub for creative activity and an anchor for downtown revitalization, the community-based arts organization provides support and opportunities for artists, operates art-production facil
The institute is a statewide Small Business Administration lender that provides a range of development services and financial training to bridge the gap for businesses and individuals who are unabl
The institute offers school-based, after-school, summer and advanced-training programs in arts and physical education to underserved children in urban, rural and Native American communities through
Serving as a hub for creative activity and a model for downtown revitalization, the community-based arts organization provides support and opportunities for artists, operates art-production facilit
The institute offers school-based, after-school, summer, and advanced-training programs in arts and physical education to 60,000 underserved children in urban, rural, and Native American communitie
Housed in a renovated factory in the historic Jewelry District, the state’s only children’s museum has forged strong partnerships with schools, community centers, and service agencies t
The industry-leading service organization provides professional artists’ communities, colonies and creative-residency programs with services ranging from best practices forums and national sy
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