CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board awarded $175,125 to 16 projects around the state at their recent grant review meeting and the Rock Springs Brown Bag Concert Series was one projects selected to receive funding.
Awards were given to a wide variety of projects, including historic preservation, museum collection support, touring art exhibit, music concerts, film, public art, art conferences, and local history projects. Below is a complete listing of awards by county.
Grand Encampment Museum, GEM Orientation Video, $16,300
Friends of South Pass, Smith Sherlock Company Store Restoration, $20,000
Wyoming Arts Alliance, 2021 Professional Development Initiative for Wyoming Communities, $7,500
Cadoma Foundation, Historic Bishop Home Final Phase Accessibility Project, $10,000
Casper Children’s Theatre, Zak Pullen Mural, $22,000
Harry Jackson Museum, 2021 Collection Preservation Support, $12,185
Big Horn City Historical Society, All-American Indian Days Honoring Project, $14,805
Sublette County Historical Society, Sublette County Centennial Phase 1, $6,750
Pinedale Fine Arts Council, Sound System Upgrade, $2,500
Rock Springs Renewal Fund, 2021 Brown Bag Concert Series, $1,500
Jackson Hole Chamber Music, Dubois Chamber Music, $3,500
Jackson Hole Writers, 2021 Jackson Hole Writers Conference, Youth Conference and Programs, $10,000
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Un/Natural Selections: Wildlife in Contemporary Art touring exhibit, Curatorial and Education Needs, $19,785
Casper Artists’ Guild, Statewide Conference for Artists at the Intersection of Arts, Health and Wellness, $6,000
Alliance for Historic Wyoming, Restoration of Lemley Mill, $15,000
Wyoming PBS Foundation, Golden Eagles: Witness to a Changing West, $7,300
For more information about the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund grant program, visit the website at wyoculturaltrust.com, or contact Renée Bovée, WCTF Program Coordinator at 307-777 6312, firstname.lastname@example.org.