FY19 3RD QUARTER JACKPOT GRANTEES
Nevada Arts Council awards 3rd quarter Jackpot Grants
The Nevada Arts Council has awarded $8,316 in Jackpot Grants for the third quarter of Fiscal Year 2019. Designed to support first-time or sudden opportunity arts and arts learning/education projects initiated by artists, teaching artists, schools, nonprofit organizations and public institutions, the grants were awarded for projects scheduled to occur between Jan. 1 and Mar. 31, 2019. The grants were first reviewed by a grants review panel on Dec. 12 and received final approval from the Nevada Arts Council Board of Directors on Dec. 14.
This quarter’s recipients, amount received, and projects are:
Big Four Educational Theatre Foundation (Las Vegas): awarded $1,000 to support artist fees for live musical accompaniment for their upcoming musical, “Assassins” running January 18, 2019 through February 3, 2019 at the Las Vegas Little Theatre.
Bonnie Kelso (Las Vegas): awarded $867 to support the creation of the story and artwork for a 24-page, full color picture book for children ages 3-8.
Cameron Crain (Reno): awarded $840 to support the creation of a new screenplay concept titled “We are Family” which is a family comedy about a Reno couple taking their blended family of 6 on a vacation to Hawaii.
Douglas Jablin (Las Vegas): awarded $927 to support production and editing of an original video documentary entitled BALABUSTAS about 12 prominent Nevadan Jewish Women who have made significant contributions to enhance the quality of life for our communities.
Edward Fuentes (Las Vegas): awarded $833 to support his solo exhibition at the Riverside Art Museum in Riverside California from February 1 through March 21, 2019.
Joan Robinson (Boulder City): awarded $909 to help cover the costs of self-publishing her novel, EarthSinger by March 1, 2019.
Joseph Galata (Reno): awarded $940 to support performance of his 70 minute original production PAPA, COME DANCE WITH ME AGAIN! at the SaraSolo solo theatre festival in Sarasota, Florida in January of 2019.
Making Music Matter Foundation (Las Vegas): awarded $1,000 to support artist fees for the conductors and principals of the ensemble in a concert on February 23, 2019 at the Windmill Library in Las Vegas, Nevada which celebrates conductors, composers, and music inspired by Canada.
Nevada Women’s Film Collective (Las Vegas): awarded $1,000 to support the Nevada Women’s Film Festival, an annual film festival that features films by and about women. The festival is scheduled for March 21-24, 2019, at Eclipse Theaters, in Las Vegas.