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 Current

 Season

 Grant

 Recipients 


Durham Arts Council is proud to invest $226,771 cash and $313,247.04 space use in these organizations.


Our grant programs strive to engage and support voices that reflect the Durham community. For FY23 the Season Grant review panel is 60% BIPOC and the Season Grant recipients are 58% BIPOC.

 2022-2023

 

African American Dance Ensemble
Artists Standing Strong Together
American Dance Festival, Inc.
Backbone Press, Inc.
Bulldog Ensemble Theatre
BUMP: The Triangle
Carolina Theatre of Durham
Carlota Santana Spanish Dance Company
Choral Society of Durham
Claymakers Arts Community, Inc,
Durham Central Park Inc.
Durham Symphony Orchestra
Durham Medical Orchestra Foundation
Durham Ballet Theatre
Durham Art Guild
Durham Children’s Choir, Inc.
Durham Community Concert Band
Durham Community Chorale
Gaspard & Dancers
Kidznotes

Thank you to the 2022-2023 review panelists:

Rick Grant, Chair
DAC Board VP

Antonio Alanis, Visual Art
David Scott Binanay, Music
Fred Joiner, Literature
Jeri Lynn Schulke, Theatre
Caitlyn Swett, Dance

 

 

Liberty Arts, Inc.
Museum of Durham History
Mallarme Chamber Players
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
NorthStar Church of the Arts, Inc.
North Carolina Arts in Action
North Carolina Folklife Institute
ShaLeigh Dance Works
StandUp-SpeakOut of North Carolina
St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation/Hayti Heritage Center
Southern Documentary Fund
Threshold Inc.
Triangle ArtWorks
The Durham Savoyards, Ltd.
The Beautiful Project
The Carolina Wren Press, Inc.
The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
The Zenzalai Group LLC
Walltown Children’s Theatre
Young People’s Preforming Co.

This program is funded by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources and the Durham Arts Council’s Annual Arts Fund.