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$$$$ for the arts

Posted By on Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 10:07 AM

From Laman Librarys EUSA exhibit Draw Me a Story
  • From Laman Library's EUSA exhibit "Draw Me a Story"

The Arkansas Arts Council has awarded $1.17 million in grants to schools and performing groups and other organizations across Arkansas for Arts in Education grants, operating support, program expansion and such. The money comes from federal (39 percent), state (51 percent) and private foundation giving (10 percent). Recipients are big and small, from the Cross County Arts Council to the Mid-America Arts Alliance, parent to Exhibits USA, whose "Draw Me a Story" is on exhibit at the Laman Library (see illustration above) . Here's the list.

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