Two grants toward an initiative designed to persuade nonprofit organizations, such as World Relief and the Association of Academic Physiatrists, to move their national headquarters or regional offices to Baltimore City.
Toward staffing for a vacant house intervention and community conservation program. This initiative is designed to identify vacant or problem properties in the community and to track these properties through the code enforcement process.
Four-year funding for leasehold improvements to the Hippodrome Theatre, a venue to house Baltimore's premier Broadway road shows in the heart of the West Side redevelopment area on Eutaw Street between Baltimore and Fayette Streets.
Toward a permanent endowment to stabilize the Young Victorian summer community theater.
For continued support of the implementation of the ceramic arts curriculum in classroom settings and instruction and after-school ceramic arts clubs in 19 Baltimore City public middle schools.
Two grants for the expansion of arts education and outreach programs.
In support of the 2001 Greater Baltimore Cultural Summit, to address the issues of cultural tourism, collaborative programming, and enhanced community cultural opportunities.
Toward general operations for a repertory theater company of actors who live and work in the Baltimore Washington area.
For a marketing study of the current demand for artists' studio-residencies as part of the major renovation of the Patterson Center for the Arts in East Baltimore. In addition to providing a residency program, the Center will house contemporary art exhibits, music, dance and theatrical performing groups, and year-round educational programs.
Toward consultancy fees to undertake an assessment of the Festival's organizational structure and to develop a strategic plan.