The Tri-M Foundation Announces Recipients of the Performing Arts Grant Program

The Tri-M Foundation has announced the postgraduate recipients of its performing arts grant program. Launched in 2020, the Performing Arts Grants Program supports the development and presentation of high-quality, innovative performing arts projects, events and festivals by regional non-profit arts organizations. Dozens of arts organizations submitted applications, and six were awarded this cycle.

“There were so many great submissions this year, too many for us to fund them all, and we’ve been going back and forth on the finalists,” said Zachary Christman, chairman of the Tri-Fund’s board of trustees. Mr. “The funded projects represent a wide range of talent, regions and voices.”

Prizes ranged from $2,300 to $10,000 each. To learn more about the Performing Arts Grant Program, performing arts organizations with an active 501(c)(3) are encouraged to visit the website. The application deadline for the next round of funding is February 15, 2023.

The foundation hopes the public will seek out the organizations listed below and attend one of the shows. Spectators who do so will enjoy it.

Beneficiaries 2022/23

The foundation will make grants to the following organizations:

Project True Colours/Fractured Atlas – Festival My True Colors-Stormé

American Lives Theater – 3rd Annual Short Film Festival: The American Family

Rapid Lemon Productions – Main Theater 2022 Season

The Pop-Up Project – Reinvent

Heritage Signature Chorale – Retrospective of Black Composers: A Hailstork

St Louis Dance Theater – Big Muddy Dance Fest 2022

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