Grant Recipients Recognized by Broward County Mayor and Cultural Division for Contributions that Enrich the Greater Fort Lauderdale Community
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (March 29, 2022) – Fifty-one artists and 77 arts organizations were honored for their contributions to Broward’s arts community during a special reception hosted by the Broward County Cultural Division. The inaugural Cultural Division Grant Reception, which took place at one of the grantee institutions, the historic Stranahan House Museum on March 9, included remarks by County Mayor Michael Udine and Division Director Phil Dunlap who recognized the strength and resilience of the County’s arts and culture community and accomplishments. Broward Cultural Council Chair Seth Platt and other council members were also among the more than 200 attendees who offered congratulations to the 128 grant recipients.
For events and programming provided by these grant recipients and other regional artists and arts groups, please visit ArtsCalendar.com.
Photo credit: Ryan Pinder Photography and Downtown Photography
About the Broward Cultural Division
The Broward Cultural Division advances arts and culture throughout greater Fort Lauderdale by investing in the creative sector and providing capacity-building opportunities for artists, organizations, and creative talent through events and activities that fuel Broward’s creative infrastructure. The Cultural Division includes the county’s Public Art & Design program, as well as grant programs that provide over $4.5 million in annual support for Broward-based cultural organizations and artists, and engages the community in education and advocacy initiatives that support arts education at the local, state and federal levels. For more information on programs, grants, calls-to-artists and more, visit @BrowardArts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, or visit Broward.org/Arts.