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Artistic grants

Wiregrass art groups have received grants from the Alabama Council on the Arts for individual projects, operating costs, and under the Alabama Arts Recovery Grants Program.

Andalusian Ballet Association

$ 15,000 Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 5,800 AIM High Program

Alabama Dance Works

(formerly Patti Rutland Jazz)

$ 10,000 Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 5,800 Fright Night: A Haunted House of Dance shows

“Santa’s Workshop” shows at $ 8,300

Barbour County Governors Trail Council

$ 5,800 mural at the Octagon House in Clayton

Brundidge Historical Society

Christmas event in the land of Chile at $ 1,200

Town of Promontory

$ 8,100, hair salon mural

City of Ozark

$ 5,800, mural program

Center for Cultural Arts in Dothan

$ 8,300, ARTSmart Henry County program

The Pioneer Museum of Alabama in Troy

$ 2,900, Pioneer Days

Southeast Alabama Community Theater

$ 10,000, Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 16,600, 2021-2022 performance season

The Southeastern Alabama Dance Company

$ 16,600, 2021-2022 season

The Tri-State Community Orchestra

$ 15,000, Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 2,100, strings through Dothan

$ 1,900, 2021-2022 season

University of Troy

$ 2,500. Troy University International Arts Center Junior Warriors

Cultural Arts Troy-Pike

$ 10,000, Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 8,300, central stages

$ 3,700, Troy Town & Gown Concert Series

Wiregrass Blues Company

$ 20,000, Alabama Arts Restoration Grant

$ 8,300, administrative support

Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan

$ 15,000, Alabama Arts Recovery Grant

$ 5,800, Sydney A. Foster exhibition

$ 5,800, WMA Teens program.

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