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FY20 Grantees - Facilities and Buildings (FAB)

The Facilities and Buildings (FAB) grant will be awarded to arts and humanities organizations within the District of Columbia that own or rent facilities designed to present performances, exhibitions or professional training so that all District of Columbia residents and visitors can experience the rich culture of our city.

Applicants may submit proposals for funding in one of the following areas:

  • Purchase of a currently leased performance, exhibition or professional training facility or
  • Capital improvement projects’ planning, design and implementation.
Name Ward Amount
Art Enables   5 $29,000
Atlas Performing Arts Center 6 $19,076
Building Bridges Across the River t/a THEARC   8 $67,237
CityDance 3 $15,884
Constellation Theatre Company 1 $22,500
Dance Institute of Washington Inc    1 $200,850
DC Wheel Productions, Inc. 5 $99,960
DC Youth Orchestra Program 6 $39,780
Ford's Theatre Society 2 $250,000
GALA INC, Grupo de Artistas Latinoamericanos      1 $32,350
Heurich House Foundation 2 $34,775
Hillwood Museum and Gardens Foundation     3 $237,000
International Arts & Artists   2 $11,190
Levine Music, Inc. 3 $289,969
MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet Inc   4 $700,000
National Building Museum 2 $300,000
National Children's Museum 2 $98,746
National Museum of Women in the Arts 2 $250,000
National Theatre Corporation 2 $251,977
President Lincoln's Cottage at the Soldiers' Home   5 $9,750
Project Create   8 $700,000
Sitar Arts Center 1 $204,119
Sixth & I Historic Synagogue 2 $109,890
Story District 1 $7,036
Studio Theatre Inc       2 $300,000
The In Series, Inc. 1 $13,179
The Middle East Institute 2 $3,738
The Shakespeare Theatre      6 $15,461
The Washington Ballet 3 $86,596
Theatre Downtown, Inc., t/a The Washington Stage Guild 4 $35,000
Washington Drama Society, Inc.  6 $94,449
Zenith Community Arts Foundation 4 $50,000

FY19 Facilities and Buildings (FAB) Grantees (click here)