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20 arts and cultural projects receive city grants for 2018/19

Twenty community groups have received funding under the Burlington Arts & Culture Fund Grant Program for 2018/2019.

Recipients:

  • Halton Freedom Celebration, $5000
  • One Burlington Festival 2018, $5000
  • Burlington Fine Arts Association Annual Juried Exhibition, $4,104
  • Rhythm ‘n’ Art Truck, $2,400
  • Burlington — A City Through the Seasons, $3,010
  • The Healing Portraits Project, $3,500
  • Emerging Artists Series, $2,600
  • Burlington’s Stars of Tomorrow, $2,970
  • Authors in Your Neighbourhood, $2,825
  • Redleaf Choir Project, $2,600
  • Art in Action Studio Tour, $2,300
  • A Song for Peace, $2,000
  • Christmas Collage Ice Show, $2,000
  • PROSPECTS: An Evening of Dance and DIscussion, $2,000
  • Meet Me at the Brant Inn, $2,000
  • With Glowing Hearts, $2,000
  • The Tragical Comedy of Mr. Punch, $1,500
  • Orchestra BST40 by STARS, $1,000
  • A Lyrical Affair to Remember, $710
  • Burlington Welsh Ladies Chorus Concert, $500

Twenty-five applications were received between Jan. 5 and Feb. 28 for the $50,000 annual fund.  The recipients were announced in a staff memo in the April 20 Council Information Package.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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