The Classic Center Cultural Foundation Grant Programs

The Classic Center Cultural Foundation Grant Programs

The 2022 Grant Application has passed. 
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The Cultural Foundation Grant Program

Each year, the Cultural Foundation awards grant funding up to a total of $5,000 to support performing, visual, or culinary arts efforts, as well as workforce development initiatives aligning with the hospitality industry, in Athens-Clarke County.

The Classic Center Cultural Foundation’s grant funding will require a completed application, proposal of the project, event, or performance that your company/organization is looking to achieve, and a timeline for one calendar year for completion of project.

Last year, the grant was awarded to four programs or projects that support performing, visual, or culinary arts efforts, as well as workforce development initiatives aligning with the hospitality industry in Athens-Clarke County.

The 2022 Grant Recipients are as follows:

Georgia Children’s Chorus: New music for Chorus
Classic City Shakespeare Company : Shakespeare Festival
ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art : Local Musicians Night 
Joy Love School: New Music Education classes




Past grant recipients include:

  • Cedar Shoals High School ESOL Workers: Introducing Hospitality Workforce Training
  • Athens Community Career Academy: FarmBot Technology
  • Farm2Neighborhood Foundation, Inc.: Community Resource Center
  • ACC Arts Division: Arts Summit 22
  • After Romeo student performance
  • Broderick Flanigan Program
  • Winterglow performance at the Morton Theatre
  • Lyndon House Book Project
  • Hilsman Step Team for the Youth Step Show
  • Mosaic Art Mural at Cobbham Park
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