Grant from Texas Women for the Arts Support Student Learning
In times like this, funding for our work is critical to keep us going. That’s why we are so happy to report that we are recipients of a 2020 Texas Women for the Art’s Grant! This year, the Texas Women for the Arts granted 31 Texas arts organizations to receive over $369,000 for arts education programs.
Big Thought will utilize this grant from the Texas Women for the Arts to advance creative learning for youth in both in person and virtual settings. While many schools, community centers and libraries are closed, gifts like those from the Texas Women for the Arts enable Big Thought to use best practices for creating engaging distance learning programs, ensuring that arts and creative learning continues throughout the summer and after school.
“The mission of Texas Women for the Arts is so closely aligned with Big Thought’s mission of making imagination a day of everyday learning,” stated Big Thought President and CEO Byron Sanders. “We love having he opportunity to walk alongside Texas Women for the Arts in our mutual quest to awaken and nurture the artist in every Texas child.”
You can check out many of the Big Thought programs supported by Texas Women for the Arts at https://www.bigthought.org/who-we-are/our-programs/.
About Texas Women for the Arts
The Texas Cultural Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to be the leading voice for the arts education, advocacy, and economic impact in Texas, spotlighting the artistic excellence of our state. With over 240 members from across Texas, this philanthropic force and champion for the arts in education has awarded over $2.9 million to more than 200 arts education grants across the state, supporting arts access for Texas children, impacting more than a million Texas children. Learn more about the Texas Women for the Arts at https://txculturaltrust.org/what-wedo/texas-women-for-the-arts/.