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Arts Community receives support to fund new programs

The folk duo Magpie, Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino visited the students at AuSable Forks Elementary School Oct. 12. 
Magpie is working with the students on a project for the “Voices of Timbuctoo: An Abolition Oratorio” project of  Helen Demong of Saranac Lake.

The folk duo Magpie, Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino visited the students at AuSable Forks Elementary School Oct. 12. Magpie is working with the students on a project for the “Voices of Timbuctoo: An Abolition Oratorio” project of Helen Demong of Saranac Lake. Photo by Katherine Clark.

— In Franklin county grants were awarded to Hobofest, Chateaugay Children’s Theatre, and the Foothills Art of Saranac Lake ArtWorks.

Arts Education Grants were awarded to seven teaching artists that will bring their crafts into area schools. Artists Nadia Korths and Adrian Carr were chosen in Franklin County.

Artists Grace Potthast, Sheri Amsel, and Elizabeth Lee were chosen in Essex County.

Artists Amy Guglielmo and Bucky Seiden were chosen in Clinton County.

The newly available Individual Artist Award was awarded to Helen Demong of Saranac Lake for her proposal of “Voices of Timbuctoo: An Abolition Oratorio.”

Recchia said the Timbuctoo project was a leading contender because the project will encompass the history of abolitionist movement in the Adirondacks.

For a complete listing of decentralization funded projects, visit the NCCCA Arts Center’s website at: www.plattsburgharts.org

For more information on the Decentralization Grant or the award ceremony, contact Kathleen Recchia at 563-1604 or e-mail grants@plattsburgharts.org.

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