Eighteen NYC Area Cultural Institutions (Including Libraries) Receive Grant Funding from Carnegie Corporation of New York
From the Carnegie Corporation of NY:
Carnegie Corporation of New York announced $3.6 million in grants today to fund education and enrichment programs in greater New York City. Eighteen cultural institutions will receive $200,000 each to be used toward their existing programs in the arts and sciences for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade.
The recipients are well-established institutions with distinguished education programs, including museums, libraries, and performing arts and science centers. The organizations are: American Museum of Natural History; Asia Society; Brooklyn Academy of Music; Carnegie Hall; Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; Liberty Science Center; Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Morgan Library & Museum; Museum of Modern Art; National September 11 Memorial & Museum; New Jersey Performing Arts Center; The New York Botanical Garden; New York Historical Society; The New York Public Library; Brooklyn Public Library; Queens Library; and Studio in a School.
The one-time grants are funded as part of the Corporation’s 2015 Presidential Discretionary Grants.
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