Castle Hill Receives $10,000 to Support Artist Residency

TRURO – The National Endowment for the Arts is providing $10,000 to benefit the artist residency program at the Truro Center for the Arts Castle Hill. 

The money is part of an initiative totaling almost $28.8 million announced by the NEA as part of this year’s first round of grants. 

“We are honored by this generous recognition,” said Executive Artistic Director Cherie Mittenthal in a statement.

“This funding of Castle Hill’s first ever award from the NEA – will help us create opportunities and transformative moments for emerging artists and the community.”

The money will provide graduates of Morgan State University with two weeks of housing and studio access to practice their art and connect with the local community.

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