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August 26, 2014

kudos affiliates! september 2014 accomplishments

Filed under: enewsletter feature,General — Aaron Glavas @ 5:58 pm

Congrats to all Affiliates on your recent accomplishments!

Funding
The Berkshire Museum (Pittsfield MA) has been awarded $83,600 in energy incentive grants from the Berkshire Gas Co. and the Western Massachusetts Electric Co. The grants will be used as partial funding for a project that will incorporate energy efficiency measures in the museum’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, which is necessary to protect the museum’s collections of art, historical objects and natural specimens.

The Putnam Museum (Davenport IA) has received a $5,000 Cultural Leadership Partners Project Grant from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs. Grant funds will support the Quad-Cities Jewish Heritage Traveling Exhibit, a project supported by the Jewish Federation of the Quad-Cities and guest curator, Dr. Art Pitz. The exhibit of photos, graphics and text will trace Jewish history in the Quad-City region and will appear at public libraries and other locations beginning in early 2015.

The Ohio Arts Council awarded sustainability grants of $12,998 to the Springfield Museum of Art (Springfield OH).  They can be used toward advertising, a print newsletter, new lights, art education and exhibition programs.

The Frontiers of Flight Museum (Dallas TX) has received a $20,000 grant to support a traveling exhibit on American prisoners of war. The gift from the UPS Foundation will pay for special educational tours for 640 students and will enable 500 former POWs and their families to see the exhibit for free. “Victory From Within: The American Prisoner of War Experience” examines life as a POW from the Civil War through modern times.


Leadership
George Jacob,  former executive director of the Ellen Noel Art Museum (Odessa TX) has accepted the position of President of the International Museum of Art & Science (McAllen TX).

 

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