NEFA receives $200K from Robert Sterling Clark Foundation!
The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation has awarded $200,000 to the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) in support of the U.S. Department of State’s Center StageSM effort.
“Center Stage℠ exemplifies the foundation’s effort to promote global understanding through international arts engagement,” said Margaret C. Ayers, president of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. “Our support of public-private partnerships with the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the Department of State gives us the opportunity to acknowledge, promote, and enlarge the Foundation’s role in funding international arts and cultural engagement on behalf of our country and its artists. We are extremely proud of our partnership in support of the Center StageSM program developed by the New England Foundation for the Arts in collaboration with the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and hope that our participation will encourage other private foundations to become involved in international cultural engagement.”
About the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
The objective of the Foundation’s international program is to promote global understanding through the arts. The Foundation has initial plans to support international engagement involving U.S. visual and performing arts organizations and their counterparts primarily in Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. www.rsclark.org. A huge thank you to the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation for their generous support!