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Six Vermont Organizations Receive NEA Grants

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Performance by Carmelita Tropicana and Ela Troyano - COURTESY OF VERMONT PERFORMANCE LAB AND ELA TROYANO
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  • Performance by Carmelita Tropicana and Ela Troyano
In the latest round of arts funding announced last week by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), six Vermont arts organizations were awarded a total of $110,000. Of these groups, four are music, dance or theater related, one is literary and one is both writing and visual arts related (Vermont Studio Center). 

-Jeh Kulu, in Burlington, to support its West African Dance and Drum Festival. 

-The New England Review through Middlebury College, to support the publication and promotion of the journal, in print and online.

-The Vermont Performance Lab, in Guilford, to support artist residencies.

-Vermont Stage, in Burlington, to support the development and production of a new play by Jacqueline Goldfinger.

-The Vermont Studio Center, in Johnson, to support residencies and related activities for emerging visual artists and writers.

-Yellow Barn, in Putney, to support its professional development efforts. 

You can see the official NEA document here

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