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Symphony, Museum Receive NEA Grants

April 26, 1993|ZAN DUBIN

The Pacific Symphony has been given $37,800 and the Laguna Art Museum was awarded $3,000 in the latest series of federal matching grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The orchestra will use the money to engage American soloists and guest conductors; for outreach programs, and for the performance of contemporary American works. The museum will use its grant to conserve paintings in its permanent collection.

The endowment awarded a total of $53 million to 1,100 artists and organizations nationwide in this round of grants, which must be matched one-to-one with non-federal funds.

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