In yesterday’s regular city council of reno Meet, the board approved $450,000 in grants to 36 arts organizations in Reno, Sparks and Incline Village. The funds come from the National Endowment for the Arts American Rescue Plan Grants for 2022, as part of a federal COVID relief package passed by Congress in March 2021.
Double Scoop is one of the beneficiaries.
Here is the full list:
$15,360 at the AVA Ballet Theater
$9,590.50 to Artech
$16,704 in Artown
$15,994 to Arts for All Nevada
$14,780 at the Bruka Theater
$5,000 at the Classic Tahoe
$9,164.50 to Collateral & Co.
$14,784 to the David J. Drakulich Foundation
$14,976 to Double Scoop Inc.
$5,000 to The Generator Inc.
$15,744 to the Good Luck Macbeth Theater Company
$14,400 to High Desert Harmony
$17,088 to Holland Project
$15,360 for Latino art and culture
$5,000 to the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
$4,045.50 to the Artists Cooperative Gallery of Nevada
$9,860 to Nevada Gay Men’s Choir
$16,704 to Nevada Humanities
$16,128 at the Nevada Museum of Art
$5,000 to the Nevada Music Educators Association Inc.
$17,280 for Note-Able music therapy services
$15,168 at our center
$4,606.50 to Our Story, Inc.
$16,512 to the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
$9,874.50 for ReNEW Music
$15,552 to Reno Art Works
$16,512 to the Reno Jazz Orchestra
$17,280 at the Reno Little Theater
$16,542 to the Reno Philharmonic Association
$13,824 to the Reno Pops Orchestra
$15,936 to the Sierra Arts Foundation
$16,320 to the Sierra Nevada Ballet
$5,000 to Sierra School of Performing Arts
$8,738.50 to Space Cadet Nonprofit
$5,000 to the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum
$15,168 TheaterWorks of Northern Nevada
Image: Mike Lucido painted this ‘Reno is Rad’ sign box at City Plaza in 2017. Photo: Kris Vagner