Longhouse Receives $40,000 Grant in Support of Arts and Culture
Evergreen Longhouse Receives $40,000 Grant in Support of Native Arts and Cultures
The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at Evergreen has received a $40,000 grant to strengthen arts and cultures infrastructure from the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation.
According to Longhouse Director Tina Kuckkahn-Miller, the grant will be used to support a variety of cultural activities throughout this coming year, such as bringing indigenous artists to lecture and create art at Evergreen, supporting our annual Native youth art event, and other arts-related activities.
“We are committed to supporting the preservation of ancient art forms, while also providing a venue for contemporary artistic expression,” says Kuckkahn-Miller. “Funding from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation will help us deepen our work within the Pacific Northwest region, and we are grateful for their support.”
Details about the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation and other grantees can be found in the following news release (pdf).
Jason Wettstein Media & Community Relations Manager
The Evergreen State College