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The Wyoming Arts Council awarded $773,500 in Community Support Grants to 111 nonprofit arts and education organizations throughout the state for projects, services and events scheduled for the coming fiscal year, which starts July 1. Grant support specific projects or provide operational support within the fiscal year.

A panel of community members an arts partners made recommendations on applications, which it sent to the Wyoming Arts Council board for approval. Funding came from the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The following Teton County arts and education nonprofits were among the recipients:

Art Association of Jackson Hole $8,579

Art pARTners $9,649

Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir $5,606

Center of Wonder $5,414

Grand Teton Music Festival, Inc. $9,333

Jackson Hole Community Radio, Incorporated (amount not listed)

Jackson Hole Public Art $9,329

Jackson Wild $5,893

National Museum of Wildlife Art $9,640

Off Square Theatre Company $8,628

Region V BOCES / C-V Ranch $9,509

Teton Music School $9,127

The Jackson Hole Chorale $5,735

For a complete list of grants awarded go to For information about the program, contact Mary Billiter, Arts Education Specialist with the Wyoming Arts Council at 307-757-8806 or

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