Arts journalists tend to make the most noise when politicians are threatening to cut federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. Not so much attention goes to where that essential money is eventually distributed. So, here goes:
The NEA just announced its latest round of grants totaling $103 million. Of that, 26 Colorado organizations will receive $4.13 million to support a wide range of projects and partnerships covering everything from music to live theater to festivals to museums to dance, art installations, the tactile arts and cultural history.
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