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  1. Manitowoc’s Rahr-West Art Museum in The Harold Times

    “The summer exhibit at the Rahr-West Art Museum, “On Loan from Art Bridges,” features two conceptual works of art from the collection of Art Bridges: Terry Adkins’ “Native Son (Circus)” and Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ “Untitled (L.A.).” These works are pretty different from what we usually exhibit, as they are works by artists of color, are made of unconventional materials and are much more conceptual in nature than anything in our own collection.“

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  2. Michener Art Museum in The Intelligencer

    “The Michener Art Museum is bringing art to the outdoors by placing installations around Doylestown Borough. The outdoor exhibit titled “Paint Dtown” features reproductions of 16 art pieces from the Michener’s permanent collection. Paint Dtown is funded through the Art Bridges Foundation.“

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  3. Eastman Museum on WHEC News Rochester

    “The George Eastman Museum has received $70,000 in grants from Art Bridges. The Eastman Museum says it will use the grant money to create more online content for its “Eastman Museum at Home” program and to enhance COVID-19 protocols.“

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  4. Dennos Museum in WPBN News Traverse City

    “The Dennos Museum at Northwestern Michigan College will be getting financial help when it is time to reopen amidst the coronavirus pandemic.“

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  5. Appleton Museum in Ocala News

    “During the temporary closure of the Appleton due to COVID-19, the museum team continued providing access to the arts, particularly for local children. Over the past few months, more than 500 free art kits were distributed to students. A grant from Art Bridges Foundation has allowed the museum to continue this initiative with 2,000 more free art kits.“

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  6. Bridge Ahead Initiative in The Chronicle of Philanthropy

    Barkley L. Hendricks, Brenda P., 1974

    Barkley L. Hendricks, Brenda P, 1974, Oil on canvas, 72 x 50 in. Art Bridges. Photo concept courtesy of Jonathan Cohen and Binghamton University Art Museum. © Estate of Barkley L. Hendricks. Courtesy of the artist’s estate and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

    “The Art Bridges Foundation has committed $5 million to its Bridge Ahead Initiative, which will make grants to museums struggling to remain in touch with their audiences while closed because of the pandemic.“

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