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  1. National Museum of Wildlife Art in Buckrail

    The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s status as an Art Bridges Foundation partner qualified the Museum to receive $60,500 in COVID-19 relief funding from Art Bridges’ $5 million dollar Bridge Ahead Initiative.

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  2. Dennos Museum Center in The Traverse City Record Eagle

    Dennos Museum Center

    The Dennos Museum Center museum store has redefined it’s popular and longstanding Holiday Artist Market for the unique challenges of 2020. This includes how the museum store serves customers online. Thanks to generous financial support from Art Bridges, The Dennos Museum Store recently launched a completely redesigned website with the option for curbside pickup, providing customers a more comfortable and convenient shopping experience from home.

    Guide Type: Partners in the News

  3. Muskegon Museum of Art in The White Lake Beacon

    The Muskegon Museum of Art (MMA) opens a new exhibition this week—Russell Prather: Layers and Light—featuring the work of Michigan artist Russell Prather in a solo installation-style exhibition of his most recent work. Program support is provided by the Art Bridges Foundation, the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs with the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Michigan Humanities Council with the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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  4. Florence Griswold Museum in Lyme Line

    The Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme has been obliged to postpone one of its most popular events, Wee Faerie Village, due to ongoing health risks associated with large crowds amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Museum is launching Virtual Faerie Village in its place. This will be available through Nov. 1, at and  Virtual Faerie Village is generously supported by Art Bridges, the ForGood Fund at the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, and the Joffray Family.

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  5. WVU Art Museum in The DA

    The Art Museum of WVU held its first public virtual tour of the semester on Sept. 18, which featured its new exhibit “Personal to Political: Celebrating the African American Artists of Paulson Fontaine Press.” “I work really hard to get people in here when they can, but obviously the situation has changed with COVID,” said Heather Harris, educational programs manager at the Art Museum of WVU. “I do think that you can still have meaningful experiences with works of art in the virtual sphere.” The Art Museum recently received funding from the Art Bridges Foundation, an organization that supports art...

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  6. Bridge Ahead Initiative in Inside Philanthropy

    After the global pandemic hit, Art Bridges launched Bridge Ahead to help partner museums “remain in touch with their audiences during this period and to prepare for reopening in the months ahead.” The initiative distributes funding in two phases. The first supported partner museums as they developed engagement opportunities and programs to connect with their communities remotely. The second phase provides support as museums prepare to reopen.

    Guide Type: Art Bridges in the News

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