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Arts is a voluntary coalition of united arts funds and arts councils that seek to invest in and support the arts within your community. These arts funds and arts councils have been successful in developing the potential of the arts and furthering community goals and objectives, as they relate to the arts in their area. Therefore, each arts fund or arts council responds uniquely to their own community’s needs. These organizations are happy to provide this support in the communities where GenCorp has facilities or plants. By supporting your local arts fund/arts council, you are supporting the art, music, dance and theater in your community.To learn more about the arts fund and/or arts council in your area, a listing has been provided, alphabetically by state and GenCorp business name.

Metropolitan Arts Partnership
1911 18th Street Sacramento, CA 95814
The Metropolitan Arts Partnership is a regional federation of arts organizations engaging children and youth in the arts. The mission of the Metropolitan Arts Partnership is to support arts education and outreach programs for children and youth in schools, performance venues and neighborhood centers, which are provided by our affiliated members.

The Arts Council, Inc.
700 Monroe Street
Huntsville, AL 35801
The Arts Council’s purpose is to produce, promote, coordinate and advance the arts to enrich the quality of life, economic development and education of the greater Huntsville/Madison County community. The Arts Council (TAC) fulfills its mission through five core programs: Arts Education, Support to Member Organizations, The Panoply Arts Festival, Concerts in the Park, and Community Information Services.

United Arts Organization of Greater Washington
3420 Greentree Drive
Falls Church, VA 22041
United Arts Organization of Greater Washington (UAO) is an arts fund that supports the outreach and education programs of more than 80 nonprofit arts organizations that serve the Greater Washington, D.C. area. UAO members, which are among the finest professional performing and visual arts organizations in the country, make our community stronger.

New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series
Macey Center
801 Elroy Place
Socorro, NM 87801
The New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series provides an affordable variety of quality, multicultural performances in popular and classical music, theater, dance, family entertainment, and arts outreach activities that have an appeal to the diverse community of Socorro.

Johnson City Area Arts Council
P.O. Box 1033
Johnson City, TN 37605
The Johnson City Area Arts Council works to develop and support the arts in our region through education, advocacy, promotion and services. We make the arts more accessible in our schools; we work to preserve and perpetuate artistic excellence through collaborative programs; and we partner with local, state, regional, & federal organizations in many ways, including our role in the distribution of funds for arts projects.

Arts Fund
10 Harrison Street, Suite 200
P.O. Box 19780
Seattle, WA 98109
ArtsFund is the central vehicle for supporting nonprofit arts organizations of all disciplines in the Puget Sound region.

South Arkansas Arts Center
110 E. 5th
El Dorado, AR 71730
The South Arkansas Arts Center is the cultural link for people living in South Arkansas and North Louisiana. Because it is SAAC's mission to educate and entertain it provides monthly gallery exhibits featuring local, regional and nationally acclaimed artists, a season of community theatre productions annually, and classes for children and adults.

Davis Arts Council
445 N. Wasatch
Laytom, UT 84041
The Davis Arts Council believes the arts create a gathering place, a "front porch" for our community to come together and celebrate the best of what it means to be human and part of the human ommunity. By presenting great entertainment and showcasing/encouraging/ nurturing local and regional talent, the Davis Arts Council is committed to presenting, producing, and promoting the arts as a unifying force to the citizens of our community, creating civic pride in who we are as individuals and as a community.

Windmore Foundation for the Arts, Inc.
P.O. Box 38
Culpepper, VA 22701
Windmore Foundation for the Arts, Inc. was established to promote community involvement and an artist-friendly environment within the Piedmont area of Virginia. Since its inception, the Foundation has been a patron of theater, art education, dance, literature, music and the visual arts. Windmore's mission continues to be a well-established, financially sound, creative foundation for the arts. More specifically, Windmore aims to provide the community, and especially the young people, opportunities to explore the arts, experience the arts, and discover and develop their talents.

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