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Four Alaska nonprofits have received grants from ArtPlace America. The Anchorage Park Foundation will receive $204,635 to hold art events in parks. The Bunnell Street Arts Center in Homer will receive $150,000 to support an artist-in-residence program. Perseverance Theatre in Douglas will receive $250,000 to present a six-week theatre festival around Juneau. Sealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau will receive $475,000 to help build the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau. See http://images.skem1.com/client_id_16667/attachments/2013_Grants_ALASKA_ARTPLACE_Release_V2-GA.pdf
ArtPlace America awards four grants in Alaska 061913 AE 1 Capital City Weekly Four Alaska nonprofits have received grants from ArtPlace America. The Anchorage Park Foundation will receive $204,635 to hold art events in parks. The Bunnell Street Arts Center in Homer will receive $150,000 to support an artist-in-residence program. Perseverance Theatre in Douglas will receive $250,000 to present a six-week theatre festival around Juneau. Sealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau will receive $475,000 to help build the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau. See http://images.skem1.com/client_id_16667/attachments/2013_Grants_ALASKA_ARTPLACE_Release_V2-GA.pdf
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Story last updated at 6/19/2013 - 2:05 pm

ArtPlace America awards four grants in Alaska

Four Alaska nonprofits have received grants from ArtPlace America. The Anchorage Park Foundation will receive $204,635 to hold art events in parks. The Bunnell Street Arts Center in Homer will receive $150,000 to support an artist-in-residence program. Perseverance Theatre in Douglas will receive $250,000 to present a six-week theatre festival around Juneau. Sealaska Heritage Institute in Juneau will receive $475,000 to help build the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau. See http://images.skem1.com/client_id_16667/attachments/2013_Grants_ALASKA_ARTPLACE_Release_V2-GA.pdf


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