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Community Investment Manager – HeARTS
The Community Investment Manager – HeARTS, works with the Community Investment team to insure execution of grant-funded programs administered by Fund for the Arts. The HeARTS program, funded through Louisville Metro Government, will provide multigenerational, multidisciplinary arts programming in accessible neighborhood spaces during out-of-school time. HeARTS will invest in and provide trauma-informed care training and space for teaching artists and arts organizations over a year-long program. HeARTS will invest in summer arts projects with paid stipends for community participants. The Community Investment Manager – HeARTS will support the development of HeARTS as a new program initiative and serve as the primary liaison with community partners.
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