Recent Grants: Belvedere Traditional Handcrafts Fund

2017 Grants

  • Schoodic Arts for All, Winter Harbor, to engage in professional development opportunities that will build staff capacity during a time of organizational transition: $2,500
  • Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor, to produce the inaugural Abbe Museum Indian Market, a juried art show to showcase and support Wabanaki artists in Maine: $5,000
  • Boothbay Railway Village, Boothbay, to engage museum visitors directly with modern Mainers
  • Fiber College of Maine, Searsport, to expand inexpensive drop-in classes to include lower income populations and attract wider audience participation: $5,000
  • Maine Fiberarts, Topsham, to upgrade/expand technology capability to better receive, store, and present photographic images of Maine art/craft: $5,000
  • Waterfall Arts, Belfast, to support a series of accessible events designed to expand the reach of the ceramics studio to all sectors of the community: $2,750
  • Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Newcastle, to hire a videographer to capture words and images of community members engaged with Watershed's programming to be used for marketing and outreach: $4,000