Foundation / Corporation
Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) - Friends of the Institute
Grants of $200 per bus to Twin Cities, Minnesota public and private schools to transport students to a local museum. Funding is intended to cover the costs of up to two buses to enable school children to participate in an educational tour of the Permanent Collection, a Special Exhibition, or Art Adventure at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Bus transportation grants will be awarded based on need. The grant amount will be paid directly to the program after the tour is taken.
Friends of the Institute has made available bus transportation grants for Twin Cities schools. Mia’s trained docents and guides offer a variety of tours based on the museum’s permanent collection. Custom tours can be designed to coordinate with program studies and special interests. Tours last one hour and are available Tuesday through Friday.
GrantWatch ID#: 161556
Grants will be a flat rate of $200 per bus.
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For the online application portal: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfjrqb8PD8BdjTKk9Q650O5UmnHstGHpyTr3BnmFZiPKrI2Rg/viewform
Phone: (612) 870-3045
Friends of the Institute
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
888 642 2787 (Toll Free)
USA: Minnesota: Twin Cities
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