Institute of Museum and Library Services Funds Native American and Native Hawaiian Museum Projects
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Washington, DC—The Institute of Museum and Library
Services (IMLS) has announced 21 awards totaling $899,616 matched with
$421,809 of non-federal funds for Native American/Native Hawaiian
Museum Services Program Grants. IMLS received 45
applications requesting $2,013,008 in funds.
"These grants, awarded to Native American and Native Hawaiian
organizations, will help them preserve and protect their cultural
heritage,” said Susan Hildreth, IMLS Director. "They fund a wide range
of projects, from an academic conference on a historic
tribal war, to an upgrade of exhibit lighting to professional museum
standards, to an illustrated Native language dictionary. I am proud that
our program helps to sustain the culture and history of the Native
American and Native Hawaiian peoples.”
Click here to view the list of funded projects.
For more information about this funding opportunity including program guidelines and contacts, please visit
IMLS grants search tool to view our archive of grants awarded by the Institute. Search grants by grant name, institution, or project type.
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