GOOD 'N PLENTY: SMoCA's Community-Funded Artist Grant and Local Art Celebration Returns for Round Two in December
|Tania Katan presents the first GOOD 'N PLENTY grant.|
"Having the actual attendees vote on which project should receive the grant is another aspect that sets Good 'N Plenty apart," Katan says.
The first Good 'N Plenty grant of $1,000 was awarded to Catherine Reid, a teacher at Roadrunner Elementary School. Katan says Reid used the grant money to buy instruments for the after-school songwriting club she created.
Those wishing to apply to be a part of the final six are encouraged to check out the SMoCA Lounge website to get all the application information and guidelines.
Submissions for Good 'N Plenty end on December 11 and the event will take place December 14 at SMoCA Lounge located at 7374 E. 2nd Street at 7 p.m. Snacks will be provided from Super Chunk Sweets and Treats and Cowboy Ciao and caffeinated beverages brewed up by Cartel Coffee Lab.
Tickets for the event are $10 and can be purchased on the SMoCA Lounge website.