AWA Bridging Generations Programs
AWA sponsors two programs aimed at generating interest in art at a young age. The programs are coordinated by AWA members with financial support from AWA. You can find more information about the programs below or contact email@example.com.
Bridging Generations Guidelines
1. "Bridging Generations in a Box" provisions: AWA will provide materials as follows: If needed for exhibit display standard mats size 11” by 14” with opening size 9 1⁄2” by 7 1⁄2”, clear protective sleeve, and an achievement ribbon for each entrant up to 100. A coordinator incentive of $150 is awarded to offset reception and/or hands on workshop art material expenses.
2. Please attach proposed expense budget. Include any materials and coordinator incentive listed above. If grant is approved, expenses will be reimbursed when receipts are presented for AWA Committee Chair and/or AWA Treasurer for review.
3. Allow 90 days for acceptance notification. Questions? Contact Rita Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bridging Generations for Children
The year 2004 marked the 50th year for the Association of Wisconsin Artists (AWA). To celebrate, the nonprofit held the first “Bridging Generations” Exhibit in Prairie du Sac at the River Arts Center for children ages 5 through 12. It was a huge success. It was decided to annually continue the exhibit. Exhibits and workshops have been held in Middleton, Milton, Madison, Mineral Point, Verona, Platteville, Janesville, Oconomowoc, Brookfield, Whitewater and Clinton.
Bridging Generations has three purposes: (1) art making, (2) exhibition and (3) artists’ reception.
Art groups, organizations, or individuals who would like to sponsor a similar event can apply for AWA funding. Applications should be submitted at least 90 days in advance. Contact Bridging Generations Coordinator Rita Carpenter at email@example.com.
Photos by Madi Miethke and Jeanne Ferreira