Warhol Foundation Expands National Reach

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This annual program will distribute $1.4 million to organizations for approximately $840,000 in grants for under-the-radar artist-driven projects across 14 cities/states.

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is expanding its Regional Regranting Program to Cleveland and Denver where it will be administered by the non-profit arts organizations SPACES and RedLine respectively. At the same time, Baltimore’s program, The Grit Fund (TGF), will come back on line after a one-year hiatus under the new administration of Baltimore Arts Realty Corp (BARCO). With the addition of these three sites to its roster of 11 others across the country, the Regional Regranting Program will be poised to distribute $1.4 million to organizations for approximately $840,000 in yearly grants for grassroots artist-driven projects across 14 cities/states.