Tuesday, December 13, 2016
|JHP Cultural and Diversity Legacy|
is a 2017 grant recipient
The Arts Council's 2017 Community Project Awards
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is pleased to be distributing $4,250 in Community Awards to seven nonprofits and community groups for the following 2017 projects:
Briarcrest Neighborhood Association
Briarcrest Presents: A Storytelling Workshop, with a professional storyteller and instructor
Choir of the Sound
Professional musicians to supplement choir accompaniment for their spring pops concert: "We Can't Stop the Beat: 40 Years of Tony Awards"
Indoor mural by a local artist for their new grocery store model food bank in Shoreline.
JHP Cultural and Diversity Legacy
Artist costs, production costs, and lowered ticket prices for 2017 Cultural Heritage (A Multicultural Festival)
Cultural clothing and accessories made by Bosnian artisans to be used during performances of traditional folk dances by the Kud Ljiljan youth dance group.
Richmond Beach Community Association
Three musical performances at the 2017 Richmond Beach Strawberry Festival
Shoreline Concert Band
Workshop with Kellogg Middle School and Shorecrest High School and Winter Concert Guest Appearance by United States Army Band Soloist Staff Sgt. Erica Grimm.
The Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.