June 5, 2009
Wyoming: Community Arts Partners Program
The Community Arts Partners (CAP) Program, the newest grant category of the Wyoming Arts Council, encourages the creation of innovative collaborations anchored by the arts. CAP projects must have at least two key partners, one of which must be a local, county or state governmental entity, and one of the key partners must have received Wyoming Arts Council funding within the past three years. Up to five grants of $10,000 will be awarded. The goal of the partnerships is to urge community building, civic engagement, community planning and the use of public spaces for the enhancement of economic opportunities and citizen quality of life. To learn more, see a list of grant recipients and the descriptions of their partnerships, or contact the Wyoming Arts Council’s Community Development and the Arts Specialist Randy Oestman.
In this Issue
State to State
- Arkansas: Creative Economy Project
- Wyoming: Community Arts Partners Program
- Kentucky: Poets Laureate
- Connecticut: Fellowship Program
- Virginia: Conference for Creating Arts and Cultural Districts
- Missouri: Arts Summit
- Oregon: Cultural Tourism Grant Program
- D.C.: Artistic Bike Rack
Executive Director's Column
Research on Demand
Did You Know?
ARTS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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