By Ellyn Santiago in the Guilford Patch on January 12, 2022
GUILFORD, CT — Guilford’s arts community will soon be enriched with the announcement Wednesday by state Sen. Christine Cohen about a quarter million in state arts grants.
The funds were awarded to nearly two-dozen shoreline arts and humanities organizations to “help them financially survive during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” Cohen said.
The local grants are part of 624 statewide grants to different non-profit museums and cultural, humanities, and arts organizations totaling $16 million, and they are part of the $30.7 million in grants allocated by the state legislature to CT Humanities over the next two years. Continue reading.