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Iowa arts, cultural groups receive marketing grants

Lit garland decorates the staircase during a 2019 holiday event at Brucemore Mansion in Cedar Rapids. In 2019, USA Today recognized the three-story, 21-room Queen Anne structure as one of the country’s top holiday home tours. Brucemore is receiving $18,000 from the Iowa Arts & Culture Marketing Grant program to help with marketing expenses. (Rebecca F. Miller/The Gazette)

DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs is dividing $1 million among 118 Iowa arts and cultural groups to encourage people to safely “Re-imagine, Re-engage, Reconnect” with concerts, museums, festivals — and each other.

Released in time for the holidays,

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Muncie Arts and Culture Council, PlySpace, receive National Endowment for the Arts grant

MUNCIE, Ind. —The Muncie Arts and Culture Council has been awarded a $10,000 grant by the National Endowment for the Arts.

The NEA awarded over $88 million in grants, the second round for 2021, according to a release from the NEA.

The MACC celebrates and supports local arts & culture and is the designated ArtsPartner for the City of Muncie.

The grant is part of NEA’s Grants for Art Projects, the main grant category that supports public engagement and creation of art in communities, according to the release.

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5 Lansing art and culture organizations receive total of $42,500 in grants

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — Five local art and cultural organizations received grants totaling $42,500 as part of the second round of 2021 Lansing Arts Project grants, Mayor Andy Schor today announced.

These grants are funded through the City of Lansing and administered by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. 

“Arts and culture played a significant role in keeping the energy and vitality of our city high during a very difficult year for us all,” said Mayor Andy Schor in a press release.

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Cape Breton arts and culture groups to receive $400K in provincial funding



a sign on the side of a building: The Savoy Theatre has been operating for nearly a century in Glace Bay.


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The Savoy Theatre has been operating for nearly a century in Glace Bay.

Some arts and culture venues in Cape Breton are thankful they will be able to stay open and plan their futures thanks to provincial government funding.

The Nova Scotia government is providing more than $2 million for 89 arts and culture groups throughout the province. 

Of that $2 million, $400,000 will go to 11 groups from Cape Breton. They will receive funding ranging from $5,000 to the maximum grant of $75,000.

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The Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay, the Gaelic College in St.

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