FY 2007 Grant Awards: State Listings
Access to Artistic Excellence II/American Masterpieces/
Arts on Radio and Television/Learning in the Arts for Children & Youth/Partnership Agreements/Summer Schools in the Arts
Some details of the projects listed in this grant announcement are subject to change, contingent
upon prior Endowment approval.
Art Mobile of Montana
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Visual Arts
To support ArtMobile. A specially equipped van will travel throughout the state, providing access to original art works by Montana artists and art instruction.
Helena Presents (aka Myrna Loy Center)
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Presenting
To support a series of commissioning and residency projects at the Myrna Loy Center. American and international guest artists will create new works in collaboration with local and regional artists.
MCT, Inc. (aka Missoula Children's Theatre)
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Musical Theater
To support the MCT Tour Project. Touring musical theater performing arts residencies will be offered to K-12 children nationwide.
Missoula Writing Collaborative
CATEGORY: Learning in the Arts FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Learning in the Arts for Children & Youth
To support a writing residency program. The project will place writers in rural, low-income, and/or tribal reservation schools for seven-month weekly writing sessions with students, ages 7 to 18.
Montana Arts Council
CATEGORY: Partnership FIELD/DISCIPLINE: State & Regional
To support Partnership Agreement activities.
Montana Committee for the Humanities (aka MCH)
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Literature
To support the Montana Festival of the Book. More than 100 regional authors will read and discuss their work at selected venues, reaching an estimated audience of as many as 5,000.
Montana State University (on behalf of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks)
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Theater
To support a summer tour of classical theater productions. Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will tour plays to rural and underserved communities throughout Montana, northern Wyoming, and eastern Idaho.
CATEGORY: Access to Artistic Excellence FIELD/DISCIPLINE: Media Arts
To support the production and national distribution of (((Hearing Voices))), a series of radio art specials. The seven hour-long programs will present classic works combined with new stories created by established and emerging radio producers.
Number of Grants: 8 Total Amount: $744,500
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