North Carolina Opera
Which fine art form beautifully connects an audience with hundreds of thousands of other people, people who lived in a different time and place in history? Which of the fine arts combines all of the fine arts?
State and local governments also are the places where citizens can have the most direct say and impact, in the quickest way. Those reasons, and more, are why the John William Pope Civitas Institute exists.
Program will award $200,000 to two nonprofits in early 2020 From June 15 – September 15, 2019, the John William Pope Foundation will accept applications for both the Joy W. Pope Memorial Grant in the Arts and the Joy W. Pope Memorial Grant in Human Services. Established in 2015, the program awards a $100,000 one-time … Continued
In May, the John William Pope Foundation welcomed 2019-2020 John Blundell Fellow Branson Inscore to our staff. A recent college graduate and native of Iredell County, Inscore will be with us for one year working as a program assistant, exploring options for future employment or graduate study, and completing a special project. The John Blundell Fellowship … Continued
Life skills clinic and a black box theatre will connect two communities to opportunity February 19, 2019 Raleigh, NC — The John William Pope Foundation Board of Directors has announced the recipients of a statewide competitive grant program. ABC of NC, a Winston-Salem autism spectrum disorder (ASD) services provider, and The University of Mount Olive, … Continued
Guillermo Peña Panting Brings Freedom to the Murder Capital of the World
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