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The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation is proud to announce 34 grants, totaling nearly $3.2 million, to support organizations working in the areas of Arts and Culture, the Built Environment, and Investigative Journalism for Government Accountability.

Grants awarded include support for publications and digital collections, programs for performing artists, convenings, investigative reporting newsrooms, general operating support, and more.

Congratulations to all the grant recipients!

Access Contemporary Music
$110,000 to support the series "Songs About Buildings and Moods"

American College of the Building Arts
$269,500 for the Richard H. Driehaus Study Abroad Program at the American College of the Building Arts

Asian Improv aRts Midwest
$40,000 to support the Artists' Hub program

Chicago Bungalow Association
$200,000 to support preservation education, the annual Richard H. Driehaus Bungalow Awards, and National Register of Historic Places Bungalow district nominations

Chicago Public Media
$400,000 to support WBEZ's Government and Politics enterprise news desk

Clinard Dance
$20,000 to support the Subsidized Rehearsal Space Program

Columbia College Chicago
$80,000 to support the Chicago Artists Performance Platform (CAPP)

Design Museum of Chicago
$90,000 as fiscal sponsor, to support the design and production activities, as well as the implementation and programming of the Chicago Sukkah Design Festival

Filter Photo
$20,000 for the 2024 Filter Photo Convening

Fractured Atlas
$25,000 as fiscal sponsor for Cultural Access Collaborative, for general operating support

Free Street Theater
$40,000 to support the In / House series

Fulcrum Point New Music Project
$50,000 to support both the "Discoveries: Hear and be Heard" and the "Aux In: Connected" series

Harris Theater for Music and Dance
$40,000 to support the Resident Company Program

High Concept Labs
$50,000 to support High Concept Labs' residency programs

Honey Pot Performance
$40,000 to support the Chicago Black Social Cultural Map: Live Performance Programs

Investigative Project on Race and Equity
$50,000 for general operating support

Island Press
$55,000 to support the publication of "City Building for People"

League of Chicago Theatres Foundation
$120,000 for general operating support

Library of American Landscape History
$100,000 to support the Olmsted Fund

McGreal Center for Dominican History, Dominican University
$200,000 to support Digitizing Chicago's Diverse Sacred Spaces

Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Foundation
$105,000 to support Meeting the Missing Middle in the Chicago Region

NON:Op Open Opera Works
$50,000 to support the program Listening Across Neighborhoods

See Chicago Dance
$120,000 for general operating support

Shorefront Legacy Center
$60,000 for general operating support

Sixty Inches from Center
$25,000 to support the Sixty Regional Arts Writers Convening in Chicago

Snapshot Nation
$50,000 as fiscal sponsor for Karant + Associates, Inc., to support the publication of "820 Ebony/Jet: Visions of an African American Icon"

Society of Architectural Historians
$100,000 for general operating support

South Side Weekly NFP
$100,000 to support the Investigative Reporting Hub

Synapse Arts
$50,000 to support Synapse Arts "New Works" program

Territory NFP
$100,000 for general operating support

The Chicago Community Foundation
$200,000 as fiscal sponsor for Arts Work Fund, for the Think - Explore - Share program

The Ruth Page Foundation
$80,000 to support the Subsidized Theater & Studio Rental program, and the In-Residence Program

The Victorian Society in America
$25,000 to support the Victorian Society's Chicago Summer School

Urban Growers Collective
$100,000 for general operating support

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