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Haines & Friends Announce 2022 Grant Recipients

The Haines & Friends Visual Arts Grant Program Announces 2022 Grant Recipients

Taking place for over five years now, and despite a brief two-year break in 2020 and 2021, The Haines & Friends Visual Arts Grant Program has been overwhelmed with joy after receiving over 90 applications this year with a total request of $368,495.00. After very careful thought and consideration, the program will award grants to 27 diverse individuals, distributing a total of $69,820.00 in funds.

Grant recipients include Gabriel Barrera, Corbin Brashear, Sarah F. Burns, Nisha Burton, Adrian Chavez, Delaine Due, Jessi Eaton-Shields, Michele Fulkerson, Amy Godard, Jenay Elder, and Barbara Goldfarb, Jay Gordon, Zion R. Kroll, Anna Kruse, Opie Snow Lael, Kyle Larson, Jordan Marie McCaw, Janice Moon, Kristen O’Neill, Trisha Stricklin, Debra Van Poolen, Jack Wiens, Manya Yana Orescan Campos,
KYRIANNA, Hanson Howard Gallery, Illinois River Valley Arts Council, Southern Oregon Guild, and The Studio at Living Opportunities.

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About The Haines & Friends Visual Arts Grant Program

Established in 2014, The Haines & Friends Visual Arts Grant Program is a locally conceived and funded program offering grants to visual artists and arts educators in Southern Oregon. These grants support the artistic projects of these individuals who are dedicated to improving their own creative lives as well as the lives of others. Taking place for over five years now, the program has gone on to award nearly $400,000 in grants to over 100 creative individuals.

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