Terra Foundation Announces $8M COVID-19 Relief Fund for Visual Arts Organizations Engaging with Art of the United States
The Terra Foundation for American Art announced an $8 million commitment to emergency funding and ongoing relief for visual arts organizations impacted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund provides emergency support to Chicago, US, and international arts organizations, as well as relief over the next two years for arts organizations in the US. The ongoing relief for US museums is in the form of a new two-year grant program for the purpose of funding museums’ collection projects. This multi-year effort focuses on supporting visual arts organizations committed to engaging with art of the United States. “What happens
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