Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) is pleased to announce the renewal of
Interchange, a program created to strengthen communities and individual artists within the M-AAA region by supporting artist-led projects focused on social impact. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation granted $500,000 to M-AAA to fund this second iteration of Interchange, after an initial twenty-four month pilot launched in March 2019.
“Artists working as change agents bring promise to their communities and create a universal voice which can connect people around larger social issues. We appreciate the renewed support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in recognizing the vital role individual artists play in bringing about societal change,” said Todd Stein, President and CEO of Mid-America Arts Alliance.
Applications for Interchange will open in May 2021.
Sign up for updates at www.interchangeartistgrant.art.