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Annual Report 2005 -Grants
Broward County > Cultural Home > Resources > Publications > Annual Report 2005 -Grants

2005 Annual Report

grants

The Grants Section had a particularly busy year with numerous grants, workshops and programs. The grants section ensures that monies allocated through State, County and private funding, is adequately and dynamically filtered through to the arts and cultural entities that can use it most effectively. Through a series of workshops and community outreach ventures, the section educates the public on how to apply for grants, and maximize application and program success.

Additional workshops included: Program Evaluation, Cultural Democracy. A series of Cultural Diversity forums targeted specific diverse members of the artistic community for sessions in networking and feedback; Humanities Grantwriting workshop looked at grant applications available through the Florida Humanities Council; Becoming Who You Are, a professional development workshop for new and emerging arts organizations and artist groups; and Community Arts Centers: - A Reality—What’s Involved, which focused on how to start and operate visual art centers for the benefit of both artists and the public.

Annual workshops returned, including the week-long Grantsmanship Training Center Workshop in August, to cover all aspects of researching grants, writing grant proposals and negotiating with funding sources. The Florida Division of State Cultural Affairs Division held a grant writing workshop to provide guidance on how to prepare and apply for state grants.  

In April, Emerging Arts Leaders featured speaker Trudi Van Dyke, director of The Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA. This initiative aims to identify and cultivate the next generation of arts leaders in America.

Exciting fellowships were given as well.  Three Broward County artists were awarded the annual South Florida Cultural Consortium Visual and Media Artist Fellowship Award—Richard LaBarbera, Thomas Nolan and Geoffrey Thomas were among nine chosen in the five-county area.

Grant Sections:

  • Project Grants
  • General Operating Grants
  • Other Grants

 

Project Grants
 
 

Cultural Tourism Program

Challenge Grant Program

Broward County Film Society
$65,000

City of Hollywood
$10,000

Concert Association of Florida
$55,000

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
$22,900

Hollywood Art & Culture Center
$47,200

Miami City Ballet
$56,800

Museum of Art
$55,000

Museum of Discovery & Science
$41,000

Opera Guild, Inc. of Fort Lauderdale
$55,000

Performing Arts Center Authority
$65,000

Stranahan House
$21,200

Symphony of the Americas
$52,900

Young At Art of Broward
$53,000

Education and Community Development Program

All Florida Youth Orchestra
$17,600

ARS Flores Symphony Orchestra
$16,500

Broward County Parks & Recreation Div.
$7,800

City of Hallandale
$10,900

City of Lauderdale Lakes
$15,100

City of Lauderhill
$12,800

City of Pembroke Pines
$11,400

City of Plantation
$3,600

City of Tamarac
$7,600

Hollywood Arts and Culture Center
$6,600

School Board of Broward County, Fla
$45,000

Symphony of the Americas
$9,100

Town of Davie
$15,900

Young At Art of Broward
$16,700

Darby Hayes
$16,700

Carol Moore
$15,400

Susan Schanerman
$16,000

Mimi Schultz
$16,200

Linda Strutz
$15,900

Karen Dale Wolman
$17,400

 


International Game Fish Association
$300,000

Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre
$162,500

City of Plantation
$217,158

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
$25,000

Museum of Art
$500,000
 

Design Arts Program

City of Lauderhill
$15,000

City of Tamarac
$15,000

City of Lauderdale Lakes
$15,000
 

Minigrant Program

Association of Indians in America
$4,000

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee
$2,000

Old Dillard Foundation
$2,000

Pilgrimstart Trade Center
$2,000

Polynesian Culture Association
$2,000

South Florida Jubilee Chorus
$2,000

Sunrise Symphonic Pops Orchestra
$4,000

The Broward Folk Club
$2,000

The South Florida Lambda Chorale
$2,000

The Women’s Theatre Project
$4,000

TranZenDance Dance Productions
$4,000

Sunrise Symphonic Pops Orchestra
$4,000

Underdog Productions
$2,000