Amy Burton - “Moving in the Spirit: June 2020 Starkville Tour ($1,000 matching award) KMG Creations - 10th Anniversary Dancing in the Park ($400) Magnolia Independent Film Festival - 2020 Festival ($750) MSU Dept Art - Mohammad Hafez Art Exhibit ($1,200) MSU Dept Art - Student Award ($100) Starkville Public Library - Wonder Robot Art ($1,000) Starkville Symphony Association - 2019 Programs for Children Art Contest ($400)
Community Grants 2018-2019
April Wallace - HWS Color Theory Mural ($1,000) The Basket Cases Theatre Company - Frost! ($750) Friends of Noxubee Wildlife Refuge - artist residency program ($1,000) Golden Triangle Music Forum - Guest Artist and Competition Judge ($750 matching award) Homestead Education Center - Black History Month art program with J.L.King Center ($2,000) KMG Creations - Dancing in the Park ($300) MacGown Mural - Lampkin Street Mural ($1,000) Magnolia Independent Film Festival - 2019 Festival ($700) MSU Dept Art - Jerry Uelsmann Exhibit ($1,200) MSU Dept Art - Student Award ($100) Oktibbeha County Young Leaders - mural service project ($1,000) Starkville Community Theatre - Permanent Collection ($1,500) Starkville Pride - 2019 Queer Art Market ($1,000) Yvonna Macon - MS Touring Exhibit Framing ($200)
Community Grants 2017-2018
Distinguished Young Women - scholarships ($2,000) Friends of Noxubee Refuge - artist residency program ($500) Greater Good Collective - Sunday Funday ($500) Joseph MacGown - public mural ($1,000) KMG Creations - Dancing in the Park ($250) MAG Film Festival - 2018 festival ($500) MSU - New Narratives Festival ($1,550) MSU Dept Art - Susan Ganch Exhibit ($1,200) MSU Dept Art - Student Art Award ($100) Starkville Community Theatre - Picasso at the Lapin Agile ($2,500)
Community Grants 2016-2017
Diana Outlaw & Jennifer Seltzer ($1,000 - autism photography project) Friends of Noxubee Refuge ($500 - artist residency) Golden Triangle Music Forum ($750 -Master Class) KMG Creations ($250 - Dancing in the Park) MAG Film Festival ($500 - 2017 festival) MSU Department of Art ($1,000 - Liz Miller Exhibition & Programs) MSU Dept Art - Student Art Award ($100) MSU Opera Workshop ($500 - Ragtime) Pilot Club ($750 - Music Instruments for J.L. King Park) SCT ($2,000 - Silent Sky) Starkville-MSU Symphony ($2,250 - gen op & scholarships).
Community Grants 2015-2016
Noxubee Refuge Artist Residency Starkville Community Theatre Starkville – MSU Symphony MSU Art Gallery Exhibit MSU Dept Art - Student Art Award MSU Art Gallery Chalk Walk MSU Jazz Ensemble Golden Triange Music Forum KMG Creations Miss Black Starkville Controllers Generation II 4H Club
Art Education Grants 2019-2020
West Elementary School - Radical Robots ($331)
Art Education Grants 2018-2019
Kimberly Crump (HWS): $300 for Paper Relief Sculptures Jana Carolyn Everett (HWS): $140 for Robotic Mazes Aisha Gandy (SHS): $500 for the SHS Art Club Ryann Hawkins (HWS): $489 for the Student Art Gallery
Art Education Grants 2017-2018
Kimberly Crump (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Cute As A Button Art Jana Everett (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Upcycling Our School Jana Everett (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Art On Display (classroom grant) Tammy Gammill (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Leonardo=Stream Ryann Hawkins (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Fiber Arts Meaghan Johnson (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Teddy Bear Tutorial For St. Jude (classroom grant) Laura Pate (Starkville High School) - Puppets: Little Shop Of Horrors Denise Rowan & Jennifer Bowman (Starkville Christian School) - Window To The Arts Laura Smith (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Comics In The Classroom Sarah Staggers (Armstrong Middle School) - High School Musical 2 Elaine Trinkle (Starkville Academy) - Performance Scripts For Theatre Classes (classroom grant) Vicky Warren (Starkville Academy) - Spring Play Stacy Young (Henderson Ward Stewart) - Origami: An Art Form For All Subjects
Art Education Grants 2016-2017
Art Education Grants 2015-2016
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