WheatonArts Funding

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Image of a logo next to two more logos above three logos. The logos on the left reads "New Jersey State Council on the Arts". The top row of logos from left to right has text that reads "Discover Jersey Arts" and "National Endowment for the Arts" at "arts.gov". The bottom row from left to right has text that reads "New Jersey Historical Commission", "The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation", and "New Jersey" at "visitnj.org". The New Jersey State Council on the Arts is comprised of two black circles with white centers. The circle on the outside has a thicker black outline than one inside. Where the circles are cut in half is slanted text that reads "EST." on the left and "1966" on the right. On the upper half of the inside of the circle is small text that reads "New Jersey State" that follows the curve of the circles and the lower half has similar style text that reads "Council on the Arts". There is a red triangular logo in the middle with three thick red lines going across it that curve at the end. The Discover Jersey Arts logo has a curved red streak with white text that reads "Discover" above black text that reads "Jersey" and below in slightly larger text "Arts". The National Endowment for the Arts logo has black text that reads "National" above the word "Endowment", vertical text that reads "for the", and large thick text that reads "Arts". Underneath are two lines, red above blue" that stop halfway through the word "Arts". Where the lines stop is small black text that reads "arts.gov". The New Jersey Historical Commission logo has large red script that reads "Historical". Above, in between the "H" and the "l" is black text that reads "New Jersey". Underneath "Historical" is more black text that reads "Commission. The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation logo has small slanted black text that reads "The Geraldine R.". Underneath is larger black text that reads "Dodge". Below that are two light blue lines with two light blue people-shaped shapes with the arms extended up. The second person-shaped shape extends from the left arm above the first person-shaped shape. Underneath is more slanted text that reads "Foundation". The final logo has a light green to light blue gradient curvy line with another one underneath it lined up so that it starts where the first line curves up. The second line follows the path of the first line so that they compliment each other. There is large blue text below these lines that reads "New Jersey" and at the bottom of the logo is smaller blue text that reads "visitnj.org".

General Operational Support for WheatonArts: Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. WheatonArts receives general operating support from the New Jersey Historical Commission, Division of Cultural Affairs in the New Jersey Department of State, and is supported in part by the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.

Down Jersey Folklife Center: The Creative Community Connections project series is presented in partnership with Cumberland County Cultural and Heritage Commission and Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs. Major support for this partnership project has been provided by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Additional project series editions were made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

PNC ArtsAlive logo in orange and blue with their "be part of art" tagline underneath.

PNC Arts Alive has been a funding partner of WheatonArts for several years. They help with a variety of projects, including Family Art Workshops, the Wheaton Conversations virtual series, and free admission Family Days

GLASSTOWN COLLECTIVE: Funding for the GlassTown Collective program comes from the TD Bank Foundation, New Jersey Council on the Arts General Operating Support, Gannett Foundation, the City of Millville, Art4Moore Foundation, and the Roma Foundation.