The Masterwork Music and Art Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of our Community Grant award offering for the 2021-2022 cycle.
This year we received more applications than ever before including proposals for a number of inventive community arts initiatives. With that we’d like to thank all of those who applied.
Our Programming Committee, made up of Masterwork Board members Joseph White, Eileen White, Tim Watkins, Wayne Walters, Joen Ferrari and Tony Javed, reviewed each submission recommending the top applicants to the Board. The Masterwork Board determined the following winners:
Dance on the Lawn (see: www.danceonthelawn.
Sparklevision has been awarded a $500 grant — Sparklevision is an app that’s being developed by Ridgefield, Connecticut’s Prospector Theater (see: https://www.
Current Showcase (see: https://www.
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Masterwork Music & Art Foundation was founded more than 60 years ago in Morristown, New Jersey. The Founders, Shirley May and David Randolph, were passionate about the arts and understood the importance of nurturing developing artists, and making the arts available to a broad audience. Generations of artists were influenced by the years of concerts, theatrical events and fine arts projects Masterwork Arts funded and produced.
Today, Masterwork Arts supports excellence in the arts through a variety of grant offerings and awards, a zoom series on 'A Life in the Arts' and virtual classes that are open to all. To find out more, sign up for our enewsletter on www.masterworkarts.org.