Arts grant program offering $30M in funding on ballot this year

TEN ORGANIZATIONS COULD receive up to $30 million in arts funding under a bond referendum to be on the ballot this November, including United Theatre in Westerly, pictured above, which is owned by the Westerly Land Trust. / COURTESY UNITED THEATRE
TEN ORGANIZATIONS COULD receive up to $30 million in arts funding under a bond referendum to be on the ballot this November, including United Theatre in Westerly, pictured above, which is owned by the Westerly Land Trust. / COURTESY UNITED THEATRE
WESTERLY – Ten arts organizations in Rhode Island could receive as much as $30 million in grant funding if voters approve the state’s $35 million Creative and Cultural Economy bond this November. The Cultural Arts and the Economy Grant program is included within the bond, which will appear as “Budget Article 5, Question 2” on…

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