Grants Help Fund Wide Variety of Georgetown Arts and Culture Opportunities
Georgetown arts and culture nonprofits received grants totaling $20,000 in the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board awards process for 2015. The grants will fund events taking place in Georgetown this year between February 1 and September 30. Events that are free to the public received special consideration in the grant process.
Grants awarded were:
$500 East View High School Band, for the Rodney Klett Band Clinic
$1,000 East View High School Percussion Ensemble, for percussion and steelpan drum clinics
$2,500 Georgetown Art Center, for the Kumbh Mela exhibit and events
$2,500 Georgetown Festival of the Arts, for a free concert and fireworks
$2,500 Georgetown High School Jazz Program, for a Jazz Festival
$2,500 Georgetown Symphony Society, for the 2015-16 symphony season
$2,500 Palace Theater, for shows adapted to audience members with special needs
$1,500 SU Native organization, for its 11th annual Powwow
$2,000 Williamson County Symphony Orchestra, for its Pops Concert
$2,500 Williamson Museum, for the Courage and Contradiction exhibit
The organizations that received funding will recognize the Arts and Culture Board in their advertising and programs, and will submit a report to the board after the event with a description of the use of the grant funds.
The next call for Georgetown Arts and Culture Board grant applications will be issued in 2016.