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September 21, 2022

Austin arts groups granted more than $1 million from the Texas Commission on the Arts

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In its first round of funding for fiscal year 2023, the Texas Commission on the Arts approved 943 grants totaling over $11.6 million to nonprofits and units of government in 120 Texas cities.

Grants to Austin-based organizations totaled just over $1,057,700.

Austin organizations receiving more than $10,000 include:

  • American Short Fiction — $10,500
  • Armstrong Community Music School — $11,000
  • Art Spark Texas — $36,500
  • Austin Chamber Music — $14,000
  • Austin Film Festival — $30,000
  • Austin Film Society — $19,000
  • Austin Opera — $14,500
  • Austin Symphony Orchestra — $19,000
  • Austin Theatre Alliance (Paramount and State theaters) — $29,750
  • Ballet Austin — $20,500
  • Big Medium — $10,500
  • Capital View Arts — $17,500
  • Cine Las Americas — $14,500
  • Consprirare — $12,500
  • Creative Action — $18,500
  • Forklift Danceworks — $10,500
  • Fusebox — $14,000
  • Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company — $14,500
  • KMFA — $14,500
  • Long Center for the Performing Art — $13,500
  • Mexic-Arte Museum — $18,300
  • Museum of Human Achievement — $16,000
  • Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance — $12,762
  • Texas Folklife Resources — $48,900
  • Vortex Rep Theatre — $157,500
  • Women & Their Work — $10,500
  • Zach Theatre — $14,000

For a complete list see, arts.texas.gov/cities23/cities/show/2023


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