2020 Major Grant awards

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MHC Major Grants support a variety of larger humanities projects such as exhibits, conferences, films, and other initiatives.

$5,300 for “Century Saturdays: The Story or Maine– Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk


$1,300 for “Edible Landscape Project– University of Maine Art Education, Orono


$4,500 for “Freedom and Captivity– Creative Portland


$4,000 for “The History of Developmental Disabilities in Maine”– Maine Developmental Disabilities Council, Augusta


$5,500 for “Kittery’s Tide History – Tide Mill Institute, Greene


$2,000 for “Maine Lit Fest Fellows Program– Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance, Portland


$6,500 for “Molly Spotted Elk: A Penobscot in Paris Theatrical Script Development”– Penobscot Theatre Company, Bangor


$7,500 for “Point of View: A Podcast of Maine Migrations, Immigrations, and Cultural Exchange” – Portland Ovations, Portland


$3,000 for “Screenings of  Maine Documentary Jacinta– Ride or Die, Brooklyn


$1,237 for “Under a Yellow Star– Oxford Hills School District, South Paris