Batesville Main Street Receives Sally Morris Impact Grant

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Public art is an essential element for the revitalization of our downtown squares; it reflects who we were, who we are and what we want to be. Community art sparks conversation and turns once unused spaces into gathering places. We are excited to announce that Batesville Main Street is a $5,000 Sally Morris Community Impact Grant Recipient. They are working with Rural Alliance for the Arts on the development of an Arts Corridor in downtown Batesville which has a project timeline of August 2020.

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