Twelve North Texas arts and culture organizations were awarded grants totaling $1.5 million by the Texas Instruments Foundation.
The recipients of the grants are Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico, Turtle Creek Chorale, Chamberlain Performing Arts, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Dallas Children's Theater, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Opera, Dallas Summer Musicals, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Nasher Sculpture Center, Richardson Symphony Orchestra, and Shakespeare Dallas. Read the Entire Article
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