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Bloomberg Philanthropies to Give 4 Cities $1 Million for Public Art Challenge
June 23, 2015
Bloomberg Philanthropies

Bloomberg Philanthropies today announced four cities selected to receive up to $1 million each as part of the Public Art Challenge, a new program aimed at supporting temporary public art projects that engage communities, enhance creativity, and enrich the vibrancy of cities. The cities selected are: Albany, Schenectady, and Troy, NY, which proposed a collaborative project; as well as Gary, IN, Los Angeles, CA, and Spartanburg, SC.

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