Recent Grants: Leonard and Renee Minsky Fund for Arts Education

2017 Grants

  • Bangor School Department, Bangor, for a printmaking workshop for fifth-graders at Fairmount and Mary Snow schools: $1,000
  • Bangor School Department, Bangor, for springtime paper sculpture relief for third-graders at Fruit Street, Abraham Lincoln, Downeast, Fourteenth Street, and Vine Street schools: $1,000
  • Bay Ridge Elementary School, Cutler, for Mapping the Indigenous Landscape: $1,000
  • Princeton Elementary School, Princeton, for Downeast Sunrise, an original art workshop with Allison Fitzgerald: $1,000

2016 Grants

  • AOS 77, Eastport, for Children's Stage Adventure theater project, "Oliver Twist": $1,000
  • Asa C. Adams Elementary School, Orono, for the Asa Adams Arts and Literacy Celebration: $825
  • Bangor School Department, Bangor, for environmental printmaking for Bangor third-graders at Fruit Street, Abraham Lincoln, Downeast, Fourteenth Street and Vine Street schools: $825
  • Bangor School Department, Bangor, for Rhythms of the African New World for Bangor fourth- and fifth-graders at Fairmount and Mary Snow schools: $825
  • Bay Ridge Elementary School, Cutler, for A Rainforest Adventure: digital collages, intaglio prints, wall posters, and diorama: $850
  • Cherryfield Elementary School, Cherryfield, for Animal Habitats and Adaptions art project: $880
  • MSAD 19, Lubec, for Explore the Senses: Marine Science Illustration project at Lubec Elementary: $825
  • Princeton Elementary School, Princeton, for a pottery workshop with Shanna Wheelock: $975

2015 Grants

  • Bay Ridge Elementary School, Cutler, for the Tessellations of Nature project: drawing, prints, books, and wall mural: $1,000
  • Elm Street School, East Machias, for the Children's Stage Adventure production of "The Princess and the Pea": $1,000
  • Fairmount School, Bangor, for the strings workshop for Bangor fourth- and fifth-graders at Fairmount and Mary Snow schools: $1,000
  • Fairmount School, Bangor, for the Hands Made by Hands project: $1,000
  • Fruit Street School, Bangor, for the clay residency for Bangor third-graders at Fruit Street, Abraham Lincoln, Downeast, Fourteenth Street, and Vine Street schools: $1,000
  • Princeton Elementary School, Princeton, for the Fun with Mud project: $1,000