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Tacoma Arts Commission awards $295,000 to nine organizations, 16 artists in TAIP grants

Post by Rosemary Ponnekanti / The News Tribune on April 3, 2013 at 5:16 am with No Comments »
April 2, 2013 10:17 am

The Tacoma Arts Commission recently announced its 2013-14 grants, awarding $255,000 to nine Tacoma-based arts organizations through its Arts Anchor Fund program, and $40,000 to 16 Tacoma artists through its Tacoma Artists Initiative Program.

Anchor Fund grants, which range from $20,000 to $35,000 each, went to the Hilltop Artists, Museum of Glass, Northwest Sinfonietta, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma Musical Playhouse, Tacoma Opera, Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, Tacoma Youth Symphony Association and The Grand Cinema. The fund was established to support major non-profit arts groups that improve the quality of life in the city through regularly scheduled performances, exhibits, events and school programs.

Recipients of the TAIP grants, which are $2,500 each, were Sean Alexander, Carla Barragan, Bill Colby, Alice Di Certo, Kyle Dillehay, David Domkoski, Oliver Doriss, Josie Emmons Turner, Sarah Gilbert, Erin Guinup, Meghan Mitchell, Mark Monlux, Kat Ogden, Scott Scoggin, Erik Steighner and Noah Struthers.

“The arts are an important economic driver and community builder for Tacoma, and assist in building our cultural identity,” said Robin Echtle, chair of the Tacoma Arts Commission. “Organizations and artists funded reflect and strengthen the rich diversity of arts and cultural experiences happening throughout Tacoma.”

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