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The Martin Centre Preservation Company, Inc., has received a Cultural Facilities Grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts, a strategic arm of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, for fiscal year 2024. The Cultural Facilities grant supports the acquisition, construction, restoration, or renovation of a building to be used for arts programming. As part of this year’s Cultural Facilities awards, 31 entities in 23 counties will receive $2.1 million in funding.
Georgia Council for the Arts received applications from arts organizations across the state, including performing arts centers, museums, galleries, amphitheaters, and arts classroom spaces. Cultural Facilities grants are available to arts organizations for repairing, preserving, or acquiring an arts facility or for purchasing equipment.
“We are deeply grateful for the support of the Georgia Council for the Arts and Georgia Department of Economic Development in our mission to restore the Martin Centre and enrich the arts in our local community,” said Robb Hurst, board vice chair, in response to the news. “The funding will allow us to continue updating and improving our sound and light equipment to enhance the overall experience for our audiences and contribute to the growth of the arts in our community.”
Funding for these grants is provided through appropriations from the General Assembly and the American Rescue Plan.
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