SAGA is pleased to help support the creation of Chelsea Martin’s next novel, “Art School.”
The Spokane Arts Grant Awards (SAGA) funds multiple proposals through a competitive process from a pool of qualifying applications. Grant winners carry out arts projects and programs that take place in Spokane during the twelve months following their award date. A total of nearly $100,000 is granted annually for projects in storytelling, dance, installation, music composition, theater, writing, visual arts, language, and many other disciplines. Below we provide information about each of our awardees.
View the current year’s winners here.
A multimedia project of the true story of the two artists meeting in Spokane in 2020.
In 2020’s pandemic climate, Stage Left Theatre continues to seek new ways to create art as they shift to creating content while adhering to safety protocols and mandates.
Neato Burrito is receiving SAGA funding to support a live-streaming service for local and regional talent.
YWCA will equip survivors of Domestic Violence with the technology and support they need to capture their stories.
With operational support from the Spokane Arts Grant Awards, CMTV will continue to represent underserved populations.
With SAGA support, Oberst and his team will film, edit, and promote three pilot episodes to facilitate community building and civic-minded engagement in the Inland Northwest.
Creature Teacher Yoga, will provide a cultural resource with mindful movement to the Native population in Spokane.
The artist’s first solo exhibition at Object Space gallery in Spokane, 2021.
With SAGA support, SPPC will be able to purchase the equipment needed to carry out the in-house publishing of their annual work compendium, and pursue gatherings and classes as appropriate.
SAGA is excited to support Hannah Charlton in her research, documentation and display for The Forgotten Book of Women. Her project will begin with seven 9” x 12” pieces in gouache and gold on vegan parchment.