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Applications due Sept. 15 for Region 2 Arts Council Fellowship Program

Applications are now being accepted for the Region 2 Arts Council Fellowship Program through Sept. 15.

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BEMIDJI — Applications are now being accepted for the Region 2 Arts Council Fellowship Program through Sept. 15.

The program assists artists in the region to further and innovate their work by awarding financial support to fund creative time and/or arts experiences that facilitate depth and advancement in their art form, a release said.

Two $6,000 awards are granted each year and the funds can be used for, but are not limited to: exploring new directions or continuing work in progress; production costs, materials or equipment; collaborative or community projects; travel, research or study to further art projects, the release added.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, Sept. 15. For more eligibility details and to apply visit, r2arts.org . For more information contact (218) 751-5447.

R2AC Fellowship Award is made possible by funding from the McKnight Foundation to support artists in Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Mahnomen and Lake of the Woods Counties.

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