Cultural Trust Gives Awards To Four Area Organizations

The Oregon Cultural Trust has awarded just over $84,000 to four different organizations in the Gorge as part of its grant program for the current fiscal year.  The Dalles-Wasco County Library Foundation is receiving $40,000 to support creation of a teen programming room and digital media lab for students in middle and high school.  The Confluence Oral History Project of Hood River was granted over $21,000 to use storytelling and art making to reconnect generations of Native people to place, each other, and the broader community.  Arts in Education of the Gorge will receive just over $13,000 to support the creation of a bilingual art map and other activities to increase Hispanic access to the Art of Community public art project.  And Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River will receive over $9,6000 to support and explore Japanese culture and art in Oregon in a month-long celebration.

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