Outside Michigan

Historic Locust Grove – $25,000

Reducing Barriers to Historic Resources Historic Locust Grove, an 18th-century farm site and National Historic Landmark near Louisville, Kentucky, will use this grant to install outdoor interpretive signage, accessible to visitors throughout the 55-acre site, to illuminate the stories of the historic people who lived and worked on the property. The signage will present the site’s

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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – $20,000

“I Made This….” Black Artists and Artisans Conference Colonial Williamsburg will use this grant to support a conference related to the “I Made This…” exhibition that celebrates Black artistry in the fields of folk, fine and decorative arts. The conference will feature three days of activities, including keynote presentations by historians, lectures by CW’s curatorial

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Historic New England – $50,000

Recovering New England’s Voices Historic New England, an historic preservation organization headquartered in Boston, MA, will use this grant to support a second-year Research Scholar for Recovering New England’s Voices, a multi-year initiative to challenge traditional narratives and promote healing, community, collaboration, and inspiration at our historic sites.  The scholar will build upon research into the experiences

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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – $47,184

“From African American Hands” This grant will support the very first art exhibition at Colonial Williamsburg dedicated exclusively to celebrating African American artistry.  All types of decorative art and folk-art objects will be included in the exhibit, including furniture, textiles, quilts and coverlets, metals, ceramics, paintings, sculpture, drawings, tools and equipment, and costume accessories, all

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Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc. – $50,000

Monticello Curatorial Internship With this grant, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation will create a full-time, one-year, curatorial intern position to update catalog records for the foundation’s 800 most significant objects and make them accessible for study by the public through an online database. The updates will address content bias shown towards white or dominant class artisans

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