National Endowment for the Arts grants go to Hudson Valley organizations


WASHINGTON – The National Endowment for the Arts has announced grant funding for fiscal year 2017. The money will support projects in the arts and humanities.
Organizations in the region receiving funding include:

Wave Farm, Greene County, $30,000
Omi International Arts Center, Columbia County, $10,000
Hudson Opera House, Columbia County, $10,000
Storm King Arts Center, Orange County, $30,000
Copland House, Westchester County, $10,000
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Westchester County, $30,000
Jacob Burns Film Center, Westchester County, $35,000
Clay Arts Center, Westchester County, $10,000
Westchester Arts Council, $25,000
Joshua Bennett, Westchester County, $25,000
City of Yonkers, $20,000
Bard College Longy School of Music, Dutchess County, $15,000
City School District, Kingston, Ulster County, $20,000
Transart & Cultural Services, Ulster County, $10,000
Bard College Music Festival, Dutchess County, $15,000
Bard College, Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, Dutchess, $20,000
Bard College, Conjunctions, Dutchess, $10,000
Thomas Cole Historic House, Greene County, $30,000
Bard College, Dutchess, $30,000
Mount Tremper Arts, Ulster County, $20,000
Spark Media, Dutchess County, $15,000
Women’s Studio, Ulster County, $35,000
Center for Photography at Woodstock, Ulster County, $20,000
Maverick Concerts, Ulster County, $20,000
Nightboat Books, Sullivan County, $10,000

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