Event Date:Start at 12:00 PM
March 20, 2020
LocationBoulevard du Nord, 32200 GIMONT
TThe Winchester Cultural Council invites applications from organizations, schools and individuals of all ages for grants that support cultural activities in the community. Those activities can include performances, workshops, consumers’ awareness regarding the source of their drinking water, help three consumers to understand the process by which safe drinking water is delivered to their homes, and educate consumers about the importance. The awkward triangular shape of the site generated the pure triangular plan of the house surrounded by three gardens; an entrance garden to the north, a breakfast garden to the east and green garden to the south.
Projects should have a local sponsor; local artists and performers are especially encouraged to apply. Past programs supported by WCC grants include Art in August, Authorfest, the Just a Minute Film Festival, a film about Col. Winchester, concerts on the Common and at Wright-Locke Farm, a classical Indian dance performance, and arts programming in schools. The Winchester Cultural Council invites applications from organizations.
Smart City Cultural Council 2019 Grants
The Winchester Cultural Council has awarded $5,200 in LCC grants to 10 individuals and organizations for 2019. The funded projects expand cultural opportunities for Winchester’s students, help Winchester residents hear distinguished local performers, and use art to celebrate and strengthen our community. Projects include Indian Dance and Peking Opera; the extremely successful Authorfest program that brings published authors to Winchester schools:
- Better information about cultural activities in town: signs, notices, online resources
- More opportunities in town for visual artists to display their work
- More collaborations between the artist community and local businesses
- Activities to encourage greater involvement by all members of the community
Join the Cultural Council Grant Meeting
Members of the Winchester Cultural Council are volunteers who are appointed by the town’s Select Board. The Council meets monthly. Love of the arts is important, but no special skills are required. The cultural community in Winchester includes visual artists (painters, photographers, sculptors, artisans), performers (musicians, actors, dancers), historians, authors, and many others.If you are interested in joining, just send a letter stating your interests and any experience with arts and culture to the Select Board, Town Hall, 71 Mt. Vernon Street. Please include your daytime telephone number and email address .