Fine Arts Work Center Receives Federal Funding to Support Arts Learning Opportunities

Boston (March 25, 2024) – Senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) today announced their successful efforts to secure an additional $4.4 million in federal funding for health and education projects, bringing the total to $8.1 million for community-based projects across Cape Cod and the Islands. 

“Cape Cod’s elected and community leaders are dedicated to making the region a healthier, cleaner, safer, and more just place to live. I am proud to work with Senator Warren to bring important investments directly to Cape communities and initiatives to further regional goals,” said Senator Markey. “These investments in early education, marine research, and harbor infrastructure will make a meaningful difference in the lives of residents.” 

“I fought alongside Senator Markey and Representative Keating to secure millions of dollars in federal funds to replace the Bourne and Sagamore bridges. And now, it’s great to announce more federal investments — this time, for community projects across the Cape,” said Senator Warren. “From constructing a new childcare facility in Mashpee to funding that revitalizes our harbors and invests in Massachusetts fishers, we’re continuing to build a Cape and Islands that residents can be proud to call home.”

The Fine Arts Work Center is excited to be in partnership with the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Truro Center for the Arts, Twenty Summers, and Wellfleet Preservation Hall as the recipients of this federal funding geared towards education projects for community-based projects.

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