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Boise Arts & History Announces Recipients of $150,000 in 2019 Grants

Harrison Berry Aug 29, 2018 4:00 AM
The Boise City Department of Arts & History has announced it is awarding $150,000 in grants to 35 people and organizations across the City of Trees in Fiscal Year 2019.

The grants range in size from $2,000 to $5,000, and the program was designed to support artistic and cultural projects that reflect the livability of Boise. Here are the winners:
Ballet Idaho's Learning Through Dance outreach, Boise Baroque Orchestra season support, Boise Contemporary Theater season support, Dulce Sweet Events & Consulting's Latino cultural programming, GCG Prductions' Bamboo & Barbed Wire documentary film project, HomeGrown Theatre's seventh-annual Horrific Puppet Affair, i-48's February Challenge, Idaho Dance Theatre season support, Idaho Horror Film Festival cultural support, Idaho Office for Refugees' World Refugee Day, LED's Ghost Notes, Ming Studios operations support, Opera Idaho's performance of As One and accompanying lecture, Radio Boise operations support, Story Story Night season support, Storyfort event support, TAG Historical Research's Traveling Trolley Time Capsule, Wingtip Press community workshop and exhibition
Basque Museum & Cultural Center server support, Boise All-Ages Movement Project season kickoff, Campfire Theatre Festival event support, Idaho Japanese Association's Japan Day support, Stevens Historical Research Associates research and interviews
Boise Philharmonic's Musicians in the Classroom
Boise Old Time cultural programming, Colossal Cinematic Showcase local filmmaker short film premieres, Olivia Weitz and Arlie Sommer's audio postcards of Basque sausage makers, Serenata Chamber Orchestra free concert with Jim Cockey, The Boise Chordsmen performances
Rock on Wheels music education and outreach, Sean Dahlman multi-media performance

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