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FY20 Grantees - Sister Cities Grant (SCG)

The Sister Cities Grant (SCG) provides one time project support and covers travel expenses to foster arts and humanities exchange between the District of Columbia and District of Columbia’s Sister Cities. This grant is unique to CAH grant collection in that it benefits the arts and humanities for both the District of Columbia and its Sister Cities. SCG objectives  focus  on providing artists, humanities practitioners, and arts organizations from the District of Columbia and the District’s Sister Cities the opportunity to engage in cultural exchange and development, increase  the quality of life by supporting a vibrant community identity through arts and humanities, and raise the profile of the District of Columbia to promote the city as a world class cultural capital.

Name Ward Amount
Brian Grundstrom 2 $14,750
Charles Jean-Pierre    5 $17,000
Cynthia Dorsey      5 $7,500
International Arts & Artists 2 $28,000
Ira Tattelman 5 $20,000
Jeffrey Banks   5 $15,000
Jonathan Tucker     5 $15,000
Mazi Mutafa      5 $15,000
Meghan Walsh      6 $15,000
Monica Bose      1 $19,000
Noah Getz 3 $18,000
Pan American Symphony Orchestra   4 $17,000
Patsy-Ann Rasmussen     4 $13,000
Paul Emerson      1 $15,000
Regie Cabico  5 $19,000
Sangja Chun (Wowsugi)    5 $18,500
Shermica Farquhar   1 $15,000
Sonya Dunn 8 $15,000
Swaliga Foundation   2 $26,000
Transformer, Inc          2 $26,000
Victoria Ford 1 $8,000
William Stephens  1 $19,000
Words Beats and Life Inc 1 $25,000

FY19 Sister Cities Grant (SCG) Grantees (click here)