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WMA to host information session with Verdant Fund for artist project grants

WMA to host information session with Verdant Fund for artist project grants

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WMA will host an information session for Verdant Fund, an expansion of the Warhol Foundation’s Regional Re-grant program, which supports creative practice born of and within Alabama. The fund’s goal is to reach a broad range of artists across all geographic areas of the state, and WMA is one of seven arts organizations throughout Alabama to host a session.

Artists and those interested in creative artistic projects can attend the session on Thursday, July 14, 2022, at the Wiregrass Museum of Art at 6:00pm in Dothan, AL in the museum’s conference center. Galleries will be open at 5:30pm for attendees to visit before the session.

Each year, the Verdant Fund awards over $60,000 in grants to Alabama artists creating community-based projects. Grants typically award $7,000 toward funding non-traditional artistic endeavors and public facing projects that would not typically receive funding elsewhere. The Verdant Fund hopes to extend what’s possible for creative practice, support risk-taking, seed new cultural production, and deepen the network among culture-bearers.

To RSVP, or find out more visit: https://verdantfund.org/info-sessions

(251) 208-5660

About the Verdant Fund

The Verdant Fund is a collaborative effort of Alabama Contemporary Art Center (Mobile),
Coleman Center for the Arts (York), and Space One Eleven (Birmingham) established as a
partner in the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Regional Regranting Program in
2019. The Regional Regranting Program was established in 2007 to recognize and support the
movement of independently organized, public-facing, artist-centered activity that animates
local and regional art scenes but lies beyond the reach of traditional funding sources. The
program is administered by non-profit visual art centers across the United States that work in
partnership with the Foundation to fund artists’ experimental projects and collaborative

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