Greater Reston Arts Center Receives $25,000 Grant

The $25,000 grant is from the Philip L. Graham Fund, and will be used for website and technology updates.

A piece from a recent Greater Reston Arts Center exhibit. (Photo Courtesy of GRACE)
A piece from a recent Greater Reston Arts Center exhibit. (Photo Courtesy of GRACE)

The Greater Reston Arts Center has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Philip L Graham Fund, which will be used for website development and technology upgrades.

Executive Director and Curator of Exhibitions Holly Koons McCullough said she was “delighted” to receive the grant.

“This funding is truly a game-changer for our organization, allowing us to address present needs and harness up-to-date technology to advance the mission of our organization,” she said.

The Philip L. Graham Fund, named after the former Washington Post publisher and former president of the Washington Post Company, awards grants to regional organizations and groups that are committed to enriching their communities.

“We are happy to support the Greater Reston Arts Center in the valuable contributions you make to our community,” said Eileen Daly, the fund’s president.

For more information on the fund, click here, and more more information on GRACE, click here


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