In rural communities, arts organizations give local people a window to the wider world of culture. The pandemic has abruptly slashed virtually every source of arts funding. In little towns across Vermont, the window is closing. Will it ever open again?
"They were not considered a basic need for meaningful emergency funding. Money from philanthropists went down with the stock market, and sponsorships from local businesses fell away because they had their own problems. And that pretty much covers all the revenue streams for arts organizations. "
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