The Clay Center receives funding

Photo courtesy of The Clay Center

Photo courtesy of The Clay Center

The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences $250,000 (Special Initiative) The Clay Center has launched its revitalization and remodeling program, which will include a new interactive art sculpture and interactive art galleries. The downstairs space, which is currently called STEAMworks, will house a small city designed for kids. The city will have math, science and art-related features where children may explore various careers. Through this renovation, students will be in charge of their own learning, but teachers may adapt the activities to fit into the classroom. To support this revitalization project, a $250,000 grant will be disbursed over a five-year period (2017-2021).

“The Avampato Discovery Museum should be a resource for every West Virginia teacher and inspire a love of learning in every West Virginia student.” – Al Najjar, Clay Center, President & CEO

At its September 21, 2016 meeting, The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation (TGKVF) Board of Trustees approved the distribution of eighteen grants (18) totaling $864,570. Of that total, $614,570 will be disbursed over a one-year period and $250,000 will be disbursed over a five-year period.

Read more in the Foundation’s Fall 2016 newsletter here.

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