The AIA Interfaith Design (ID) Knowledge Community encourages and supports excellence in the design of worship spaces and their accoutrements. Interfaith Design is an association of professionals whose primary interest is religious facilities in a broad array of traditions. We value an interfaith forum for the exchange of ideas relating to religion, art, and architecture. Join us!
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is now accepting applications for the Preserving Black Churches grant program, a $20 million initiative with leadership support from Lilly Endowment, Inc. and the National Trust's African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund!Since our nation was founded, Black churches have been a beacon of hope, safety, and progress. They have served as sites of spiritual nourishment, promoted social and economic empowerment for communities, provided leadership and educational opportunities, and serve as living testaments to our nation's cultural heritage.The Preserving Black Churches grant program is an investment in Black communities to reimagine, redesign, and redeploy historic preservation as a way to address the institutions' needs and the cultural assets and stories they steward.Do you know a historic Black church seeking funding to strengthen its capital, staffing, and operations? Sign up for an information session on July 24 or July 25 to learn more. Grant applications are due on August 23. Preserving Black Churches: Guidelines and Eligibility | National Trust for Historic Preservation
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