$4.6M in state preservation grants awarded to 38 recipients

ARTISTS AT THE STEEL YARD participate in their annual Iron Pour celebration. The organization is one of 38 recipients of $4.6 million in cultural preservation grants from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the Rhode Island Historical & Preservation Commission. / COURTESY THE STEEL YARD
ARTISTS AT THE STEEL YARD participate in their annual Iron Pour celebration. The organization is one of 38 recipients of $4.6 million in cultural preservation grants from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the Rhode Island Historical & Preservation Commission. / COURTESY THE STEEL YARD
PROVIDENCE - More than $4.6 million in state cultural facilities grants and state preservation grants to 38 recipients were jointly announced by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the Rhode Island Historical & Preservation Commission Tuesday at the Newport Art Museum. “Our cultural infrastructure is critically important to our state’s economy,” said Randall…

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