Quincy Art Center Attains Almost $100,000 State Grant

Agency - Illinois Department of Natural Resources

Public museums in Illinois, including the Quincy Art Center, will receive its share of the $15 million in capital funds for new visual exhibits and facility improvements. At least 50 museums, parks, zoos and other recreational facilities will receive funding.


The funds came from the Illinois Public Museum Capital Grants Program operated by The Illinois Department of Natural Resources. The Quincy Art Center, located at the historical district of Quincy, will get $99,800 for refurbishing its building, inside and out.


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