In the Summer of 2023, the Scioto Foundation Board of Governors granted $2,340 from the Bess & Marie Pixley Fund to support public programming as part of the Third Biennial Symposium on Appalachian Studies in the Digital Age. This symposium took place on September 21 – 23, 2023. The symposium was hosted by Shawnee State University’s new Center for Public History located in the Clark Memorial Library. The grant funds will help cover the production team’s honoraria and travel costs.
The Scioto Foundation annually awards grants on a quarterly basis in classifications of the arts, education, community development, social services and health. Application deadlines are March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31.
SF grant applications and guidelines may be found on the Scioto Foundation’s website, www.sciotofoundation.org.
Photos from the 3-day event.