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The Grassroots Arts Program is compiling a Resource Directory of artists and arts organizations based in Paulding and Douglas Counties. Fill out a simple form on-line (click here) and send it to the Cultural Arts Council via snail mail or e-mail.
Grassroots Arts ProgramApplication Deadline: September 3, 2005
What Are Grassroots Arts Grants?
Printable Forms Available Here
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Three Grants Awarded in Douglas County for 2004-05
Paulding County Grassroots Program in the Libraries for 2004-05
Prior Year Awards & Services Offered
Printable Forms for 2005-06:
Grassroots Arts Program Guidelines ~ Application Form and Narrative Form
$2,777 in Grassroots funding has been awarded to Paulding County for storytelling programs in its three Libraries this June. The library staff will also receive workshops to expand their storytelling skills. Contact the library nearest you for the schedule. The main library number is: 770-445-5680.
$3,000 in Grassroots funding has been awarded to three Douglas County organizations for innovative, community-based arts projects taking place between October 1, 2004 and June 30, 2005. Details follow:
Douglas County residents will notice something new in recycling this year: a convenient new recycling station will make an artistic statement while educating students and their parents about the importance of recycling to protect our environment.
Keep Douglasville Beautiful has been awarded a $1500 matching grant to support its "Beautiful Recycling" project at Hunter Park.Aspiring actors ages 10-14 will be able to polish up their stagecraft in a spring program taught by an experienced actor, dancer, and public speaker.
Douglasville Parks and Recreation Department has been awarded a $600 matching grant to support its "Stage Acting Camp" with Dorilee Pervorse.The pubic is invited to a celebration of the arts of diverse cultures tentatively scheduled for March of 2005, presenting actors, authors, storytellers and a special performance by Grupo Canaveral whose musical repertoire ranges from Mexico to Argentina.
Turner Middle School has been awarded a $900 matching grant to support its project, "Celebrating Diversity ~ Celebrating Culture ~ Celebrating the Arts ~ Celebrating Community."
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