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Nearly $200,000 awarded to fund Public Art and activate Community Greenspace Community Foundation announced newest group of Knight Neighborhood Challenge recipients Macon, Ga.

Public sculpture installation in Coleman Hill.

Video Art in Tattnall Square Park and the Corridor.


Macon Conversations: Dinners from College Hill.

Little Free Libraries for Macon.

About Knight Neighborhood Challenge

About Community Foundation of Central Georgia


About John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

June 30, 2013 Cycle Grantees Circles in the Park: A Sculptural Installation at Coleman Hill

Kathy Wright

$60,250

Experimental Video Art in the Corridor

Craig Coleman

$30,881

Pedestrian Bridge Improvement In Beall’s Hill

Aaron Zaritzky

$24,150

Tattnall Square Park Rain Garden

Jordan Oliver

$22,125

College Hill Corridor Bat House Project

Trevor Dickson

$20,000

Coleman Hill Revival Walking Train

InTown Macon Neighborhood Assn

$15,000

Macon Conversations: Dinners from College Hill

Georgia Public Broadcasting

$10,200

Little Free Libraries

Jennifer Look

$5,000

Beautifying the Barking Place

Jane Carder

$2,700

Macon Science CafĂŠ

Kevin Drace

$1,606

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Knight Neighborhood Challenge Grant Recipients Fall 2013  

From bat houses to public art, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia announces the latest recipients of Knight Neighborhood Challenge...

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