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Money for the Arts

By Jenna Carlesso

May 5, 2010

Thirty individuals, small businesses and nonprofit organizations in Hartford's arts community are slated to receive $600,000 in federal funds to pay for operational costs and equipment.

In Fiscal Year 2009-2010, Mayor Eddie A. Perez proposed a city-federal arts and heritage stimulus package last year that used more than $1 million in city funds for arts/heritage job grants as well as expected funds from the federal stimulus package (in the form of Community Development Block Grants). The grants can be used for anything from wages to paying rent or utility bills. The money being disbursed for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 is the second phase of the project. Both phases of the program were administered by the Greater Hartford Arts Council.

Below are Excel spreadsheets which give the particulars of the second phase of the grants:

Individual Job Grants

Organization Job Grants


Click here to see an article from the Cityline blog and spreadsheet concerning the first phase.

Reprinted with permission of the CityLine blog of the Hartford Courant. To view other stories on this topic, search the CityLine at http://blogs.courant.com/cityline/ and the Hartford Courant Archives at http://www.courant.com/archives.
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