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Think Wyoming Grants sparking diversity in Humanities

Chole Flagg, Director of Grants and Programs, Wyoming Humanities.
Chole Flagg, Director of Grants and Programs, Wyoming Humanities.(Valeria Fugate)
Published: Aug. 30, 2021 at 7:13 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Wyoming Humanities Spark Grants encourage and elevate diversity through the fine arts.

Applications for this $2000 grant are due the first business day of every month.

The Spark Grants were created to help organizations “spark” new ideas that could potentially grow into larger humanities programming throughout the state.

This summer’s grants were awarded to the Laramie Arts Coalition, Cheyenne’s Queen’s Players Troop, the Riverton Peace Mission, the Rock Pile Museum, Sankofa Remembrance Day, and Critter Chronicles.

“We love that we’re able to award these on a monthly basis. I personally feel like that keeps organizations across the state thinking and exciting...excited, and also knowing that they have resources readily available on a monthly basis and not just then a couple of times a year, “said Chole Flagg, Director of Grants and Programs, Wyoming Humanities.

For information on applying, click here.

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