2004 Grantees

briscoeThe Briscoe ArtWing artists, friends and JCCC board member, Ann DiSalvo all love the new ArtWing firewall and support from the JCCC!
From front to rear, left to right: Jenwah Panther, Jesse Hobart, Inger Jorgensen, Libby McGeorge-Kester, Carol Young, Debbie Lorray, Jim Young, Ann DiSalvo, Loren Luman. [Photo credit: Victoria McOmie]

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(in alphabetical order)

Arts Council of Southern Oregon: $1,000
Phase 1 of a 3-phase on-line cultural calendar to promote awareness and coordination of cultural endeavors in Southern Oregon
Ashland High School/Dancing People Company: $750
New one-week dance residency for one-half of ninth graders and two public performances.
Ashland Parks and Recreation/North Mountain Park Nature Center: $750
Part three of three-part exhibit on cultural history of Shasta people (painting of exhibition walls and simulated dwelling “roof”).
Ballet Rogue: $750
Dance class scholarships for 12 West Medford boys and girls (ages10-14) for two eight-week sessions (12 per session) and two public performances.
“Music in the Mornings” Britt Festivals: $1,000
In-service training for teachers at 35 elementary schools to enhance the ongoing “Music in the Mornings” classical music listening program by incorporating a new visual arts component.
CASA of Jackson County: $500
Cultural fund to enable cultural educational opportunities for children under care of DHS-child welfare.
City of Central Point/Parks and Recreation: $750
Expansion of after-school movement theater and circus arts program to two more school sites for seventy students.
Jefferson Nature Center: $750
Support for one high school and one college team of two writers and one visual artist, each, to participate in a thirty-member collaborative process which creates a performance and a publication inspired by Bear Creek urban and wild environments.
Lithia Arts Guild of Oregon: $500
Emergency grant to complete a firewall required by the City of Ashland before community and artists can occupy and use the former Briscoe Elementary School.
medford_districtMedford School District: $500
New artist-in-residence program for eighty-one special education students from five classrooms.
Southern Oregon Historical Society: $750
To initiate “Free Wednesdays” at the Jacksonville Museum and Children’s Museum,
Hanley Farm, Beekman Living History, Research Library Collections, and School Programs.
Southern Oregon University Foundation/Schneider Museum of Art: $750
Community presentation and half-day workshop for public officials and community members on how public art benefits communities.
upper_rogue_comUpper Rogue Community Center: $500
One-day-weekly art instruction during 2004-05 at Shady Cove Middle School utilizing Upper Rogue volunteer artists.
Woodville Museum: $500
Installation of roll-up door in barn housing stagecoach to facilitate safekeeping and public viewing.

For more information about how to apply for a Jackson County Cultural Coalition grant, go to Grant FAQs

For more information about how to apply for a grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust, go to the Oregon Cultural Trust web site.