The National Endowment of the Arts has awarded grants worth $320,000 to 18 art organizations in Georgia, 16 of which are in Atlanta. Recipients include music, theatre, dance, opera, and the visual arts. Yvonne Won Decatur, the author of youth novels, received a fellowship in creative writing. Won tweets about her fellowship. She wrote, “It feels like magic.” “I didn’t answer the call [because] I assumed it was spam.”
True Colors Theater will use a $50,000 grant to support the second year of The Drinking Gourd: Black Writers at Work, a program that focuses resources on developing and producing the work of black playwrights.
Full Radius Dance will use its prize money to create a work that explores fantasy novels Alice in WonderlandAnd Peter Wendy And wizard of oz Through a lens centered around disability. It is the first NEA grant the company has received.
Here is a list in alphabetical order:
ArtsBridge Foundation ($15,000)
AthFest Athens ($25,000)
Atlanta Beltline Partnership ($10,000)
Opera Atlanta ($15,000)
American Dashboard ($15,000)
Full Beam Dance ($15,000)
Horizon Theater ($20,000)
Marcus J. Community Center in Atlanta ($10,000)
Design Museum ($50,000)
National Black Arts Festival ($25,000)
Repair Arts ($25,000)
Savannah Music Festival ($35,000)
Synchronization Theater ($10,000)
True Colors Theater ($50,000)
Urban Youth Harp ($10,000)
Woodruff Center for the Arts ($40,000)
Playbook titled Work ($10,000)
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