DATMA receives $27.5K grant
from Community Foundation

THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION of Southeastern Massachusetts awards a $27,500 grant to the Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute to aid in its forthcoming public schedule. From left: John Vosconcellos, CFSEMA president; Rayana Grace, CFSEMA arts and culture program manager; Lindsay Miś, DATMA executive director; Roger Mandle, DATMA co-founder and board chair; and Pam Evans, CFSEMA director of finance and administration. / COURTESY MASSACHUSETTS DESIGN ART AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
NEW BEDFORD – The Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute, otherwise known as DATMA, was awarded a $27,500 Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts grant in early November to aid in the organization’s forthcoming public schedule. In prepared remarks, DATMA Executive Director Lindsay Miś said: “This grant represents a huge step toward planning our first installation in…

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