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2014 Legislative Advocacy Handbook

A District-by-District Guide to Arts & Culture in Illinois

2013 National Arts Advocacy Day


Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois

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2014 Legislative Advocacy Handbook

Fighting for the Arts in Illinois


This handbook is intended to equip Arts Alliance Illinois members, advocates, and activists with the information necessary to make the best possible case for a strong arts sector in our state. Inside, you will find the most upto-date data available on the economic impact arts organizations and their audiences are having in every legislative and congressional district across Illinois, as well as contact information for each member of the 98th Illinois General Assembly and the 113th U.S. Congress and. With your help, we have the opportunity to influence the outcomes of state budget debate and strengthen the partnership between the arts and the public sector.

Who Are We?


Arts Alliance Illinois is the states leading voice for the arts and arts education, combining advocacy, organizing, and policy-relevant research to advance a creative and culturally vibrant state. For 30 years, Arts Alliance Illinois has stood up for artists and arts organizations of all disciplines, budget sizes, and regions of the state. The nearly 30,000 people who make up our network envision a world where the arts are central and indispensable to the health of Illinois.

Economic Impact
The economic impact numbers for arts organizations and their audiences in each district are based on a formula derived from Arts & Economic Prosperity IV, a study conducted by Arts Alliance Illinois and Americans for the Arts. The study is the most comprehensive of its kind ever conducted in the United States, with Illinois representing one of over 182 regions included. Further information on the study or its results can be found at
http://www.artsalliance.org/research/arts-economic-prosperity.
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1st District Representative Daniel Burke (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 1 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 1st State House district spend more than 298,700 each year.* This spending:
Supports 9 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $217,400 in household income


Delivers $25,800 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Daniel Burke Illinois 1st District

The 1st district is home to 7 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Lithuanian Cultural School of Chicago, Matli Dance Academy, the International Polka Association, and the Midwest SOARRING Foundation.

District Office
2650 W. St. Chicago, IL 60632 P: (773) 471-2299 F: (773) 471-1648 Email: burkedj2@ilga.gov 51st

Springfield Office
233-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1117 F: (217) 782-0927

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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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th District Grants Received in the 20 1st District

No Grants Received

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2nd District Representative Edward Acevedo (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 2 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 2nd district spend more than $21.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 586 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $12.2 million in household income


Delivers $2.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 2nd district is home to 40 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Changing Worlds, Chicago Urban Art Society, ElevArte Community Studios, Redmoon Theater, and the National Museum of Mexican Art.

Rep. Edward Acevedo Illinois 2nd District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $40,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $83,720.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd district received 5 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $20,500. District Office 1836 W. 35th St. Chicago, IL 60609 P: (773) 843-1500 F: (773) 843-9500 Email: eacevedoed@ilga.gov
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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 109 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2855 F: (217) 557-5148

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Grants Received in the 2nd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Film Archives - $20,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $20,000
Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Artists Coop Residency/Exhibit Project - $1,750 Changing Worlds - $6,500 Chicago Film Archives - $3,250 Clinard Dance Theatre - $1,500 The Edutainment Project - $5,000 Elevarte Community Studio - $7,500 Hedges Elem School - $7,380 HumanThread Foundation - $750 Mexican Folkloric Dance Company of Chicago - $1,500 Midwest Film - $4,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $32,700 National Museum of Mexican Art - $890 Redmoon Theater - $11,000

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3rd District Representative Luis Arroyo (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 3 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 3rd district spend more than 377,400 each year.* This spending:
Supports 10 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates 221,000 in household income


Delivers $36,600 in state and local government revenue

The 3rd district is home to 11 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Adventure Stage Chicago, Rising Stars Theatre Company, Promethean Theatre Ensemble, and the Divine Purpose Youth Performing Arts Center.

Rep. Luis Arroyo Illinois 3rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 3rd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,000.

District Office
5001 W. Fullerton Ave. Chicago, IL 60639 P: (773) 637-2000 F: (773) 637-2002

Springfield Office
274-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0480 F: (217) 557-9609

Email: repdistrict3@gmail.com

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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 3rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Norman Bridge Elementary School - $1,000

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4th District Representative Cynthia Soto (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 4 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 4th district spend more than $12.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 361 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $8 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 4th district is home to 41 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Near Northwest Arts Council, the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance, the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center, Young Chicago Authors, and the Polish Museum of America.

Rep. Cynthia Soto Illinois 4th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 4th district, totaling $110,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 4th district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $56,000.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 4th district received 5 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $30,500. District Office 1341 W. Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60642 P: (773) 252-0402 F: (312) 829-3707 Email: 4repsoto@gmail.com
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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 288-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0150 F: (217) 557-7210

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Grants Received in the 4th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Community Television Network - $65,000 Young Chicago Authors - $20,000
Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Archi-treasures Association - $6,500 Association House of Chicago - $2,750 Casa Central Social Services - $1,500 Community Television Network - $7,500 Hromovytsia Ukrainian Dance Ensemble - $3,250 Lampo - $950 Near Northwest Arts Council - $2,500 Northwestern University Settlement Association - $10,000 Roots & Culture - $1,050 Rumble Arts Center - $5,000 Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center - $5,000 Young Chicago Authors - $10,000

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5th District Representative Kenneth Dunkin (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 5 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 5th district spend more than $756 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 21,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $483 million in household income


Delivers $70.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 5th district is home to 175 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Poetry Foundation, Columbia College, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Eta Creative Arts Foundation, and the Chicago Childrens Choir.

Rep. Kenneth Dunkin Illinois 5th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th district received 24 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $636,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th district received 82 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,382,800.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th district received 28 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $187,000. District Office 1543 N. Wells St. Chicago, IL 60610 P: (312) 266-0340 F: (312) 266-0699 Email: ken@repkendunkin.com
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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 278-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4535 F: (217) 782-4213

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NEA Grants Received in the 5th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Chicago Architecture Foundation $25,000 Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education - $45,000 Chicago Chamber Musicians - $15,000 Chicago Human Rhythm Project - $10,000 Chicago Humanities Festival - $20,000 Chicago International Film Festival - $35,000 Chicago Opera Theater - $27,500 Chicago Sinfonietta - $12,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $50,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra $80,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $75,000 Chinese Fine Arts Society - $17,500 Chicago DCASE - $45,000 Columbia College Chicago - $30,000 Instituto Cervantes of Chicago - $20,000 International Music Foundation - $11,500 Jazz Institute of Chicago - $12,500 Joffrey Ballet - $15,000 League of Chicago Theatres Foundation - $10,000 Muntu Dance Theatre - $20,000 River North Dance Company - $10,000 Rush Hour Concerts at St. James Cathedral - $10,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 5th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Access Living of Metro Chicago - $4,750 Art Institute of Chicago - $60,000 Arts & Business Council of Chicago - $11,000 Audience Architects - $5,500 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University - $10,000 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University - $15,000 Ballet Chicago Company - $10,000 Baroque Band - $4,750 Beasley Academic Center - $1,000 Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - $1,250 Cerqua Rivera Art Experience - $5,000 Chicago Architecture Foundation - $7,000 Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education - $10,000 The Chicago Chamber Musicians - $11,000 The Chicago Children's Choir - $11,000 Chicago Cultural Alliance 8,500 Chicago DCASE - $145,000 Chicago DCASE - $42,800 Chicago Human Rhythm Project - $9,000 Chicago Humanities Festival - $11,000 Chicago Sinfonietta $10,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $11,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $60,000 Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras - $11,000 Chinese Fine Arts Society - $2,750 Cinema of Chicago - $9,000 The Classical Symphony Orchestra - $4,750 Columbia College Chicago - $9,000 Columbia College Chicago - $4,000 Columbia College Chicago - $7,500 Columbia College Chicago - $10,000 Columbia College Chicago - $9,000 Columbia College Chicago - $11,000 Columbia College Chicago - $11,000 Columbia College Chicago $6,000 Columbia College Chicago - $7,500 Columbia College Chicago - $4,750 Dance COLEctive - $2,500 DanceWorks Chicago - $7,500 Deeply Rooted Productions - $8,500 DePaul University - $5,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 5th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ETA Creative Arts Foundation - $21,600 Gilda's Club Chicago - $850 Gilloury Institute - $10,000 Gus Giordano's Jazz Dance Chicago - $11,000 Illinois Arts Alliance - $11,000 Illinois Arts Alliance - $75,000 The Illinois Humanities Council - $317,000 The Illinois Humanities Council - $91,500 Independent Feature Project Midwest - $4,000 Ingenuity Chicago - $15,000 Instituto Cervantes Of Chicago - $10,000 International Latino Cultural Center - $10,000 International Music Foundation - $5,500 Jazz Institute of Chicago - $10,000 The Joffrey Ballet - $22,600 Kalapriya Foundation - $4,750 League of Chicago Theatres Foundation - $11,000 Luna Negra Dance Theater - $11,000 Mordine & Company Dance Theatre - $2,750 Mordine & Company Dance Theatre - $2,750 MPAACT - $6,750 Muntu Dance Theatre - $11,000 Muntu Dance Theatre - $950 Music of the Baroque Concerts - $11,000 Natya Dance Theatre - $7,500 Natya Dance Theatre - $950 Ruth Page Foundation - $10,000 Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Art - $6,500 PianoForte Foundation - $2,750 Chicago Poetry Slam - $2,000 Reading In Motion - $11,000 Rembrandt Chamber Players - $3,250 River North Dance Company - $10,000 Rush Hour Concerts at St James Cathedral - $8,500 School of the Art Institute - $9,000 School of the Art Institute - $11,000 School of the Art Institute - $4,750 School of the Art Institute - $9,000 ShawChicago Theater Company - $3,250 South Shore Drill Team - $10,000 Blair Thomas & Company - $3,250

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6th District Representative Esther Golar (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 6 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 6th district spend more than $144 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 4,200 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $95.3 million in household income


Delivers $13.2 million in state and local government revenue

The 6th district is home to 78 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Goodman Theatre, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Ryan Opera Center, WYCC-TV, Urban Gateways, Silk Road Rising, the Illinois Art Education Association.

Rep. Esther Golar Illinois 6th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 6 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $1,023,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 17 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $334,412.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 3 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $14,500. District Office 4926 S. Ashland Ave. Chicago, IL 60609 P: (773) 925-6580 F: (773) 925-6584 Springfield Office 268-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5971 F: (217) 558-6370

Email: esthergolar@sbcglobal.net
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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 6th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Film Archives - $20,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
137 Films - $2,500 Apollo Chorus of Chicago - $7,500 Big Shoulders Fund - $12,000 Chicago Fringe Festival - $1,500 Chicago Philharmonic Society - $7,500 Chicago Theatre Group-Goodman $35,700 Chicago Theatre Group-Goodman - $7,500 City Colleges of Chicago - $10,000 Cube - $950 Groundswell Educational Films $2,750 Lyric Opera of Chicago - $60,000 Ryan Opera Center - $11,000 Seanachai Theatre Company - $2,000 Urban Gateways - $25,000 Urban Gateways - $12,000 WYCC Television - $91,112 WYCC Television - $45,300

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7th District Representative Chris Welch (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 7 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 7th district spend more than $1.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 50 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.4 million in household income


Delivers $185,000 in state and local government revenue

The 7th district is home to 16 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Maywood Fine Arts Association, Dominican University Performing Arts Center, Saltcreek American Art Foundation, and the Garden Club of Oak Park & River Forest.

Rep. Chris Welch Illinois 7th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $19,000.

District Office
10055 W. Roosevelt Rd. Ste. E Westchester, IL 60154 P: (708) 450-1000

Springfield Office
266-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8120

Email: repwelch@emanuelchriswelch.com

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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 7th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Dominican University - $9,000 Maywood Fine Arts Association - $10,000

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8th District Representative La Shawn Ford (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 8 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 8th district spend more than $546,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $479,000 in household income


Delivers $60,700 in state and local government revenue

The 8th district is home to 16 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the LaGrange Art League, BUILD Youth Arts Programming, Schola Antiqua of Chicago Foundation, CORE Music Foundation, and Steckman Studio of Music.

Rep. La Shawn Ford Illinois 8th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 8th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 8th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $6,150.

District Office 4800 W. Chicago Ave. 2nd Floor Chicago, IL 60651 P: (773) 378-5902 F: (773) 378-5903

Springfield Office 239-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5962 F: (217) 557-4502

Email: repford@lashawnford.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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IACA Grants Received in the 8th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Asian Improv aRts Midwest - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
BUILD - $950 CORE Music Foundation - $1,000 Schola Antiqua of Chicago Foundation - $950 Steckman Studio of Music - $3,250

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9th District Representative Arthur Turner II (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 9 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 9th district spend more than $67 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,900 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $44 million in household income


Delivers $6.2 million in state and local government revenue

The 9th district is home to 70 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Steppenwolf Theater Company, Merit School of Music, Hubbard Street Dance, the Marwen Foundation, Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, and Najwa Dance Corps.

Rep. Arthur Turner II Illinois 9th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 8 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in 9th district, totaling $310,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th district received 25 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $202,940.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th district received 6 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $28,500. District Office 3849 W. Ogden Ave. Chicago, IL 60623 P: (773) 277-4700 F: (773) 277-4703 Email: arthurt@ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 238-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8116 F: (217) 782-0888

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Grants Received in the 9th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Dancing Company - $10,000 Chicago Jazz Philharmonic - $15,000 Hubbard Street Dance Chicago - $70,000 Marwen Foundation - $60,000 Steppenwolf Theatre Company - $100,000 Storycatchers Theatre - $10,000 University of Illinois at Chicago $20,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bella Voce - $3,250 Chicago Access Corporation - $10,000 Chicago Artists' Coalition - $8,500 Chicago Jazz Philharmonic - $7,500 Community Renewal Chorus & All God's Children - $1,500 Free Spirit Media - $11,000 Hubbard Street Dance Chicago - $22,800 Illinois Migrant Council - $550 International Contemporary Ensemble Foundation - $10,000 Lawyers for the Creative Arts - $8,500 Marwen Foundation - $11,000 Merit School of Music - $11,000 Najwa Dance Corps - $2,000 Najwa Dance Corps - $950 Najwa Dance Corps - $3,500 National Hellenic Museum - $9,000 Rock For Kids - $7,500 Snow City Arts Foundation - $11,000 Steppenwolf Theatre Company - $29,000 Storycatchers Theatre - $10,000 Threewalls - $8,500 Threewalls - $890 University of Illinois at Chicago - $1,500 University of Illinois at Chicago - $7,000 University of Illinois at Chicago - $6,500

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10th District Representative Derrick Smith (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 10 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 10th district spend more than $39 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $25.3 million in household income


Delivers $3.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 10th district is home to 68 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Chicago Childrens Theatre, Intuit: the Center for Intuitive and Outside Art, Thodos Dance Chicago, the Ukrainian National Museum, and the Westside Arts Council.

Rep. Derrick Smith Illinois 10th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 10th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $25,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 10th district received 24 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $135,330.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 10th district received 8 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $33,000. District Office 2532A W. Warren Blvd. Chicago, IL 60612 P: (312) 243-7179 F: (312) 243-7405 Springfield Office 260-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8077

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 10th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Neighborhood Housing Services - $25,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
826CHI - $5,500 Chicago Children's Theatre - $9,000 Chicago Dramatists - $10,000 Circle Theatre of Forest Park - $5,000 Collaboraction Theatre Company - $6,500 Esperanza Community Services - $2,500 Free Street Theater - $7,500 Free Street Theater - $7,250 Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance - $9,000 Heaven Gallery - $2,000 Holy Trinity Polish Mission - $2,750 Homeroom - $550 Intonation Music Workshop - $6,000 Intuit Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art - $7,500 Shattered Globe Theatre - $2,750 Spudnik Press Cooperative - $3,750 St Leonard's Ministries - $6,080 Street-Level Youth Media - $7,500 Suzuki-Orff School of Music - $10,000 Synapse Arts Collective - $950 Thodos Dance Chicago - $11,000 Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art - $4,750 Woman Made - $4,750 Zephyr Dance Ensemble - $2,750

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11th District Representative Ann Williams (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 11 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 11th district spend more than $54.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,440 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $29.1 million in household income


Delivers $5.5 million in state and local government revenue

The 11th district is home to 112 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Theater Wit, Victory Gardens Theater, The Saints, Links Hall, the Chicago Moving Company, Chicago A Cappella, Audience Architects, and Kartemquin Educational Films.

Rep. Ann Williams Illinois 11th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 11th district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $90,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 11th district received 44 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $198,050.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 11th district received 10 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $45,500. District Office 1726 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, IL 60657 P: (773) 880-9082 F: (773) 880-9083 Springfield Office 275-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2458 F: (217) 557-7214

Email: ann@repannwilliams.com
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* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 11th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Facets Multimedia - $65,000 Victory Gardens Theater - $25,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Albany Park Theater Project - $7,500 American Theater Company - $9,000 ARC Educational Foundation - $1,500 Ars Musica Chicago - $600 Bucktown Fine Arts - $3,250 Caffeine Theatre - $1,250 Chicago a cappella - $8,500 Chicago Arts Orchestra - $1,500 Chicago Brass Band Association - $2,000 Chicago Gay Men's Chorus - $7,500 The Chicago Mosaic School - $2,750 Chicago Moving Company - $3,750 Chicago Photography Center - $7,500 Chicago Women's Caucus for Art - $850 Child's Play Touring Theatre - $6,500 Congo Square Theatre Company - $5,500 Corn Productions - $1,500 Dal Niente New Music - $2,750 Emerald City Theatre Company - $10,000 Genesis at the Crossroads - $2,750 Global Explorers Kids - $950 Griffin Theatre Company - $6,500 The Hypocrites - $4,750 Illinois Council of Orchestras - $1,050 Imagination Theater - $6,500 Inaside Chicago Dance - $1,500 Jump Rhythm Jazz Project - $5,000 Kartemquin Educational Films - $10,000 Korean American Community Services - $2,500 Links Hall - $6,500 The Oriana Singers - $2,500 Perceptual Motion - $2,000 Pint-Size Publications - $950 Remy Bumppo Theatre Company - $9,000 Same Planet Different World - $1,500 Stage Left - $2,750 Still Point Theatre Collective - $2,250 Theater Wit - $7,500 Third Coast Percussion - $3,250 Trap Door Productions - $2,250 Viaduct Arts Coalition - $6,500 Vicarious Theatre Company - $1,750 Victory Gardens Theater - $23,100 Walkabout Theater Company - $1,050

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12th District Representative Sara Feigenholtz (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 12 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 12th district spend more than $63 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,800 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $42.8 million in household income


Delivers $5.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 12th district is home to 78 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Chicago History Museum, A Red Orchid Theatre, Timeline Theatre Company, the Chicago Historical Society, the Lincoln Park Zoo, and the Chicago Dancing Company.

Rep. Sara Feigenholtz Illinois 12th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 12th district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $30,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 12th district received 15 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $90,160.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 12th district received 2 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $12,500. District Office 3223 N. Sheffield Ave. Ste A Chicago, IL 60657 P: (773) 296-4141 F: (773) 296-0993 Email: sara@staterepsara.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 300 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8062

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Grants Received in the 12th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Fulcrum Point New Music Project - $20,000 Society of Architectural Historians - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Chicago Dancing Company - $6,500 Chicago Fusion Theatre - $600 Chicago History Museum - $10,000 Chicago Metro Symphony Orchestra - $950 Fulcrum Point New Music Project - $ 7,500 Greeley Elementary School - $25,080 Hawthorne Scholastic Academy - $4,730 International College of Surgeons - $6,000 Moving Dock Theatre Company - $1,150 Profiles Performance Ensemble - $6,500 A Red Orchid Theatre - $6,500 Red Tape Theatre Company - $1,500 Sing to Live, Live to Sing - $1,500 Time of Your Life Players - $650 TimeLine Theatre Company - $11,000
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13th District Representative Gregory Harris (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 13 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 13th district spend more than $65 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $34.4 million in household income


Delivers $6.6 million in state and local government revenue

The 13th district is home to 111 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Old Town School of Folk Music, the Neo-Futurists, About Face Theatre Collective, Black Ensemble Theater, and Sones De Mexico Ensemble.

Rep. Gregory Harris Illinois 13th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th district received 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $42,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th district received 36 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $172,965.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th district received 10 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $43,500. District Office 1967 W. Montrose Ave. Chicago, IL 60613 P: (773) 348-3434 F: (773) 348-3475 Email: greg@gregharris.org
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 253 -S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3835 F: (217) 557-6470

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Grants Received in the 13th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


About Face Theatre Collective - $20,000 Experimental Sound Studio - $12,000 Old Town School of Folk Music - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


About Face Theatre Collective - $9,000 Acess Contemporary Music - $4,000 African American Arts Alliance of Chicago - $2,750 American Indian Center of Chicago - $2,500 Antibody Dance - $600 Anubis Quartet Performing Arts - $550 Asian Improv Arts Midwest - $8,500 Barrel of Monkeys Productions - $6,500 Black Ensemble Theater Corporation - $11,000 Cambodian Association of Illinois - $4,750 Chicago Chamber Choir - $1,500 Chicago Dance Crash - $2,000 The Chicago Ensemble - $1,750 Chicago Tap Theatre - $2,750 Chicspeare Production Company - $950 CircEsteem - $7,500 Eclipse Theatre Company - $2,750 Elements Contemporary Ballet - $1,500 Experimental Sound Studio - $4,000 Hedwig Dances - $4,750 The House Theatre of Chicago - $9,000 International Chamber Artists - $2,500 Kuumba Lynx - $6,000 Lake Shore Symphony Orchestra - $1,750 Lincoln Square Arts Center - $850 The Neo-Futurists - $6,500 New Millennium Theatre Company - $950 Old Town School of Folk Music - $33,100 People's Music School - $10,000 Quest Theatre Ensemble - $2,065 Raven Theatre Company - $6,500 Sideshow Theatre Company - $2,500 Sones De Mexico Ensemble - $8,500 Stir-Friday Night! - $600 Strange Tree Group - $1,500 Theater Oobleck - $1,050

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14th District Representative Kelly Cassidy (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 14 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 14th district spend more than $39 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,025 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $19.9 million in household income


Delivers $4.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 14th district is home to 102 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Cedille Chicago, Chicago Filmmakers, Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts, the Kidworks Touring Theatre Company, City Lit Theatre Company, and Lifeline Productions.

Rep. Kelly Cassidy Illinois 14th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 14th district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $35,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 14th district received 33 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $161,680.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 14th district received 8 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $29,000. District Office 5533 N. Broadway St. Chicago, IL 60640 P: (773) 784-2002 F: (773) 784-2060 Email: repcassidy@gmail.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 265-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8088 F: (217) 782-6592

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Grants Received in the 14th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Filmmakers - $15,000 Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Bohemian Theatre Ensemble - $2,750 Cedille Chicago - $11,000 Chicago City Theatre Company - $10,000 Chicago Filmmakers - $7,500 City Lit Theatre Company - $4,750 Company of Folk - $9,500 Company of Folk - $12,500 Convent of the Sacred Heart - $2,080 Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts - $11,000 William Ferris Chorale - $3,750 Fifth House Ensemble - $5,500 Kidworks Touring Theatre Company - $2,000 Lifeline Productions - $10,000 The Lira Ensemble - $8,500 Loyola University Chicago - $9,000 Loyola University Chicago - $10,000 Mad Shak Dance Company - $2,200 Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company - $1,500 New Suit Theatre - $600 The Paper Machete - $550 Polarity Ensemble Theatre - $1,500 Portoluz - $2,000 Rambunctious Press - $600 Redtwist Theatre - $2,750 Rivendell Theatre Ensemble - $4,000 The Ruckus Theater - $1,150 Senior Artist Network - $600 Silent Theatre Company - $1,750 Steep Theatre Company - $4,000 Striding Lion InterArts Workshop - $4,750 Swedish American Museum Association of Chicago - $11,000 TPA Network - $850 Utopian Theatre Asylum - $2,000

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15th District Representative John DAmico (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 15 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 15th district spend more than $70 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,000 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $45 million in household income


Delivers $6.5 million in state and local government revenue

The 15th district is home to 31 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including WTTW, Irish American Heritage Center, Ensemble Espaol, Chicago Winds, and the Chicago Film Archives.

Rep. John DAmico Illinois 15th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 15th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $20,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 15th district received 8 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $662,177.

District Office 4404 W. Lawrence Ave. Chicago, IL 60630 P: (773) 736-0218 F: (773) 736-2333 Email: johnd@ilga.gov

Springfield Office 279-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8198 F: (217) 782-2906

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 15th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Window to the World Communications - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Ensemble Espaol - $6,375 Flood Editions - $2,000 Irish American Heritage Center - $10,000 Sauganash Neighbors For New Park - $7,500 Wildwood Elementary School - $5,100 WTTW Communications - $22,500 WTTW Communications - $563,402 WTTW Communications - $45,300

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16th District Representative Lou Lang (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 16 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 16th district spend more than $3.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 113 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.8 million in household income


Delivers $379,000 in state and local government revenue

The 16th district is home to 45 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Indo-American Heritage Museum, Arts At Large, Anatomically Correct, the Croatian Cultural Center of Chicago, and the Museum of Modern Art.

Rep. Lou Lang Illinois 16th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 16th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 16th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $12,350.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, an arts organization in the 16th district received a grant from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $6,500. District Office 4121 Main St. Skokie, IL 60076 P: (847) 673-1131 F: (847) 982-0393 Email: langli@ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 109 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1252 F: (217) 782-9903

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Grants Received in the 16th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Korean American Resource and Cultural Center - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Anatomically Correct - $950 T. Daniel Productions - $1,150 Erasing the Distance - $4,000 Korean American Resource and Cultural Center - $3,750 Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park - $2,500

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17th District Representative Laura Fine (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 17 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 17th district spend more than $34.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 985 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $28.7 million in household income


Delivers $4 million in state and local government revenue

The 17th district is home to 55 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Kohl Childrens Museum, Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, Skokie Valley Symphony, North Shore Performing Arts Center, and the Illinois Holocaust Museum.

Rep. Laura Fine Illinois 17th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 17th district received 11 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $60,450.

District Office
1812 Waukegan Rd. Ste A Glenview, IL 60025 P: (847) 998-1707 Email: repfine@gmail.com

Springfield Office
231-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4194

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 17th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Barn Dance Company - $1,750 Chicago Jazz Orchestra Association - $4,750 Kohl Children's Museum - $11,000 Midwest Palliative & Hospice CareCenter - $6,000 Northlight Theatre - $19,900 Northwest Center Traditional Polish Folk Dancers - $3,250 Opera Training Institute of Chicago - $1,050 Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park - $2,500 Skokie Park District - $3,250 Willard Elementary School - $6,000 Wilmette Jr High School - $1,000

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18th District Representative Robyn Gabel (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 18 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 18th district spend more than $45 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,300 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $39.9 million in household income


Delivers $5.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 18th district is home to 106 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Music Institute of Chicago, the Evanston Arts Council, Piven Theatre Workshop, the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, the North Shore Art League, Light Opera Works, Art Encounter, and Writers Theatre.

Rep. Robyn Gabel Illinois 18th District

National Endowment for the Arts

In 2013, an arts organization in the 18th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $30,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013 arts organizations in the 18th district received 30 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $190,750.

District Office 820 Davis St. Ste. 103 Evanston, IL 60201 P: (847) 424-9898

Springfield Office 248-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8052

Email: staterepgabel@robyngabel.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 18th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Literature for All of Us - $30,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Actors Gymnasium - $10,000 All-Village Singers - $950 Art Encounter - $7,500 Evanston Art Center - $11,000 Evanston Arts Council - $9,000 Evanston Arts Council - $11,000 Evanston Dance Ensemble - $4,000 Lakeside Singers - $4,750 Light Opera Works - $11,000 Lincoln Elem School PTA - $1,000 Literature for All of Us - $7,000 Literature for All of Us - $8,500 Music Institute of Chicago - $10,000 The Musical Offering - $5,500 Next Theatre Company - $6,500 North Shore Art League - $6,500 Northbrook Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 Northshore Concert Band - $5,500 Northwestern University - $11,000 Open Studio Project - $4,750 Piven Theatre Workshop - $10,000 The Poetry Forum - $700 Renovo String Orchestra - $600 The Savoy-aires - $1,750 Writers' Theatre - $11,000 Youth Choral Theater of Chicago - $7,500

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19th District Representative Robert Martwick, Jr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 19 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 19th district spend more than $3.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 93 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.8 million in household income


Delivers $378,000 in state and local government revenue

The 19th district is home to 18 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Gift Theatre Company, the Chicago Dance Institute, Arts Alive, Chicago Kids Company, and the PolishAmerican Symphony Orchestra.

Rep. Robert Martwick, Jr. Illinois 19th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 19th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $12,750.

District Office
5433 N. Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60630 P: (773) 286-1115 F: (773) 545-7106

Springfield Office
282-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8400 F: (217) 557-1934

Email: repmartwick@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 19th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Kids Company - $6,500 The Lutheran Choir of Chicago - $1,500 Paderewski Symphony Orchestra - $4,750

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20th District Representative Michael McAuliffe (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 20 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 20th district spend more than $1.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 59 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.6 million in household income


Delivers $192,800 in state and local government revenue

The 20th district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Park Ridge Arts Council, Brickton Art Center, Park Ridge Fine Arts Society, Emergent Theater Company, and the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology.

Rep. Michael McAuliffe Illinois 20th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 20th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $18,840.

District Office
5515 N. East River Rd. Chicago, IL 60656 P: (773) 444-0611 F: (773) 444-0711

Springfield Office
218-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8182 F: (217) 558-1073

Email: mmcauliffe20@yahoo.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Brickton Art Center - $4,000 Ebinger Elementary School - $14,840

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21st District Representative Silvana Tabares (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 21 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 21st district spend more than $935,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 26 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $718,000 in household income


Delivers $109,000 in state and local government revenue

The 21st district is home to 5 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Acappellago, Lucky Plush Productions, Riverside Arts Center, Teatro Americano, and the Croatian American Radio Club.

Rep. Silvana Tabares Illinois 21st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 21st district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $9,800.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


Additionally in 2013 an arts organization in the 21st district received a grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, totaling $3,500. District Office 2458 S. Millard Ave. Unit 2A Chicago, IL 60623 P: (773) 522-1315 F: (773) 522-1317 Email: rep.tabares@gmail.com Springfield Office 280-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-7752 F: (217) 524-0450

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 21st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Acappellago $1,050 Lucky Plush Productions - $5,500 Riverside Arts Center - $3,250

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House Speaker Michael Madigan (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 22 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 22nd district spend more than $817,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 22 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $444,000 in household income


Delivers $82,000 in state and local government revenue

The 22nd district is home to 3 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, Lithuanian Student Association of North America, and the Lithuanian Roman Catholic Federation of America.

Speaker Michael Madigan Illinois 22nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 22nd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,500.

District Office
6500 S. Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL 60629 P: (773) 581-8000 F: (773) 581-9414

Springfield Office
300 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5350 F: (217) 524-1794

Email: mmadigan@hds.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 22nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture - $7,500

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23rd District Representative Michael Zalewski (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 23rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 23rd district spend more than $133 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 3,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $107 million in household income


Delivers $15.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 23rd district is home to 7 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Brookfield Zoo, the Chicago Chopin Foundation, the American Police Center & Museum, and Tatra Mountain Cultural Foundation.

Rep. Michael Zalewski Illinois 23rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 23rd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $4,190.

District Office
1 Riverside Rd. 3rd Flr. South Riverside, IL 60546 P: (708) 442-6500

Springfield Office
243-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5280

Email: repzalewski@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 23rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Hollywood Elementary School - $4,190

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24th District Representative Elizabeth Hernandez (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 24 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 24th district spend more than $283,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 8 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $233,000 in household income


Delivers $33,500 in state and local government revenue

The 24th district is home to 13 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including 16th Street Theater, the Berwyn Arts Council Foundation, the Berwyn Historical Society, and the Macedonian-American Cultural And Educational Center .

Rep. Elizabeth Hernandez Illinois 24th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 24th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $4,000.

District Office
2137 S. Lombard Ste. 205 Cicero, IL 60804 P: (708) 222-5240

Springfield Office
286-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8173

Email: repehernandez@yahoo.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 24th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


16th Street Theater - $4,000

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25th District Representative Barbara Flynn Currie (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 25 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 25th district spend more than $137 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 3,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $80.5 million in household income


Delivers $13.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 25th district is home to 54 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Museum of Science & Industry, the Smart Museum of Art, the Hyde Park School of Dance, the Hyde Park Art Center, the Court Theater, and Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. National Endowment for the Arts

Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie Illinois 25th District

In 2013, 8 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and individual artists in the 25th district, totaling $145,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 25th district received 9 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $70,000.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 25th district received 4 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $20,000. District Office 1303 E. 53rd St. Chicago, IL 60615 P: (773) 667-0550 F: (773) 667-3010 Springfield Office 300 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8121 F: (217) 524-1794

Email: repcurrie@sbcglobal.net
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 25th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Court Theatre Fund - $10,000 Neighborhood Writing Alliance - $10,000 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago - $20,000 South Chicago Art Center - $20,000 University of Chicago - $15,000 University of Chicago - $20,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Chorale - $3,250 Chicago Community Chorus - $1,750 Court Theatre Fund - $21,500 Hyde Park Art Center - $12,000 Hyde Park Youth Symphony - $2,000 Little Black Pearl Workshop - $10,000 New Sullivan Elementary School - $1,000 Renaissance Society at University of Chicago - $11,000 South Chicago Art Center - $7,500

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26th District Representative Christian Mitchell (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 26 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 26th district spend more than $523 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 14,400 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $308 million in household income


Delivers $50.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 26th district is home to 73 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Adler Planetarium, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Field Museum, the Lookingglass Theatre Company, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Terra Foundation for American Arts. National Endowment for the Arts

Rep. Christian Mitchell Illinois 26th District

In 2013, arts organizations in the 26th district received 5 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $148,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 26th district received 21 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $393,564.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 26th district received 2 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $5,500. District Office 449 E. 35th St. Chicago, IL 60616 P: (773) 924-1755 F: (773) 924-1775 Springfield Office 240A-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2023 F: (217) 558-1092

Email: mitchelldistrict26@att.net
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 26th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Shakespeare Theater - $50,000 Lookingglass Theatre Company - $15,000 Museum of Contemporary Art - $45,000 Music and Dance Theater Chicago - $10,000 Third Coast International Audio Festival - $28,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Africa International House USA - $10,000 Chicago Children's Museum - $11,000 Chicago Park District - $11,000 Chicago Public Media - $10,000 Chicago Public Media - $172,539 Chicago Public Media - $11,325 Chicago Shakespeare Theater - $25,500 Community Film Workshop of Chicago - $2,000 Field Museum of Natural History - $30,000 Grant Park Orchestral Association - $12,000 Lookingglass Theatre Company - $9,000 Museum of Contemporary Art - $31,700 Museum of Contemporary Art - $7,500 Music & Dance Theater Chicago - $10,000 Pegasus Players - $2,750 Tellin' Tales Theatre - $2,000 Third Coast International Audio Festival - $7,500 University of Chicago - $6,500 University of Chicago - $7,000 University of Chicago - $3,250 University of Chicago - $11,000

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27th District Representative Monique Davis (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 27 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 27th district spend more than $521,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 15 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $367,000 in household income


Delivers $51,800 in state and local government revenue

The 27th district is home to 19 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Lithuanian Opera Company, the Musical Arts Institute, the Sammy Dyer School of the Theater, the Vivian G. Harsh Society, and the Beverly Theater Guild.

Rep. Monique Davis Illinois 27th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 27th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,500.

District Office
1234 W. 95th St. Chicago, IL 60643 P: (773) 445-9700 F: (773) 445-5755 Email: davismd@ilga.gov

Springfield Office
241-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0010 F: (217) 782-1795

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 27th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Musical Arts Institute - $1,500

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28th District Representative Robert Rita (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 28th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 28th district spend more than $123,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 4 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $102,000 in household income


Delivers $12,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Robert Rita Illinois 28th District

The 28th district is home to 11 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Nubian Cultural Center, Opening Night Arts Group, the Robbins Historical Society And Museum, and Creative Expressions.

District Office
2350 W. York St. Ste. 1 Blue Island, IL 60406 P: (708) 396-2822

Springfield Office
281-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1000

Email: robertr@ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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th District Grants Received in the 20 28th

No Grants Received

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29th District Representative Thaddeus Jones (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 29 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 29th district spend more than $30,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports a full-time-equivalent job

Generates $27,000 in household income


Delivers $3,200 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Thaddeus Jones Illinois 29th District

The 29th district is home to 11 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the La Bagatae Dance And Drum Corporation, the South Holland Historical Society, and the Village of Thornton Historical Society.

District Office
1910 Sibley Blvd. Calumet City, IL 60409 P: (708) 933-6018 F: (708) 933-6284

Springfield Office
240-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8087 F: (217) 558-6433

Email: repjones.jones@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20 29th District

No Grants Received

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30th District Representative William Quincy Davis (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 30 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 30th district spend more than $13,000 each year.* This spending: Generates $12,000 in household income
Delivers $1,400 in state and local government revenue

The 30th district is home to 9 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Tall Grass Writers Guild, Van Moody Community Band, Artists Walk Theatre, and the Homewood Historical Society

Rep. William Quincy Davis Illinois 30th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 30th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,050.

District Office

Springfield Office

1912 W. 174th St. 254-W Stratton Building East Hazel Crest, IL 60429 Springfield, IL 62706 P: (708) 799-7300 P: (217) 782-8197 Email: williamd@ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 30th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Central Park Elem School $1,000 Tall Grass Writers Guild - $1,050

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31st District Representative Mary Flowers (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 31 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 31st district spend more than $197,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 6 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $172,175 in household income


Delivers $19,250 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Mary Flowers Illinois 31st District

The 31st district is home to 10 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Wooten Choral Ensemble, Musichorale, Talent 2000 Theater Workshop, KV 265, and the Ghana National Council of Great Chicago.

District Office
2525 W. 79th St. Chicago, IL 60652 P: (773) 471-5200 F: (773) 471-1036

Springfield Office
251-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4207 F: (217) 782-1130

Email: flowersme@ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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thDistrict Grants Received in the 20 District 31st

No Grants Received

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32nd District Representative Andre Thapedi (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 32 nd State House District


The 32nd district is home to 4 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Rhythms Project, the Polish Folk Dance Association of the Americas, and the Uzbek American Association of Chicago.

Available data could not provide economic impact information for this district.

Rep. Andre Thapedi Illinois 32nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 32nd district received a grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $665.

District Office
371 E. 75th St. Chicago, IL 60619 P: (773) 873-4444 F: (773) 873-4445

Springfield Office
273-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1702 F: (217) 557-0543

Email: rep32district@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 32nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Montessori Network - $665

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33rd District Representative Marcus Evans, Jr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 33 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 33rd district spend more than $4.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.7 million in household income


Delivers $449,000 in state and local government revenue

The 33rd district is home to 11 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Bronzeville Childrens Museum, Global Girls, and Chicago Couture Fashion Week.

Rep. Marcus Evans, Jr. Illinois 33rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 33rd district received a grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $3,250.

District Office
8539 S. Cottage Grove Ave. Chicago, IL 60619 P: (773) 783-8492 F: (773) 783-8625

Springfield Office
276-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8272 F: (217) 782-2404

Email: repevans33@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 33rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bronzeville Childrens Museum $3,250

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34th District Representative Elgie Sims, Jr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 34 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 34th district spend more than $376,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 12 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $301,000 in household income


Delivers $34,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Elgie Sims, Jr. Illinois 34th District

The 34th district is home to 18 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Historic Pullman Foundation, Blues Kids Foundation, the Historic Pullman Garden Club, and Main Street Momence.

District Office
8658 S. Cottage Grove Ave. Suite #404 Chicago, IL 60619 P: (773) 783-8800 F: (773) 783-8773 Email: repsims34@gmail.com

Springfield Office
200-1S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6476 F: (217) 782-0952

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20 34th District

No Grants Received

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35th District Representative Frances Ann Hurley (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 35 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 35th district spend more than $8.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 230 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5.3 million in household income


Delivers $862,000 in state and local government revenue

The 35th district is home to 22 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Music Educators Association, Interrobang Theatre Project, Beverly Art Center, Lake Katherine Nature Center And Botanic Gardens, and Terra Nova Films.

Rep. Frances Ann Hurley Illinois 35th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 35th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $30,000.

District Office
10400 S. Western Ave. Chicago, IL 60643 P: (773) 445-8128 F: (773) 672-5144

Springfield Office
252-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8200 F: (217) 558-3715

Email: repfranhurley@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 35th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Beverly Arts Center of Chicago - $11,000 Illinois Music Education Association - $10,000 Terra Nova Films - $9,000

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36th District Representative Kelly Burke (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 36 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 36th district spend more than $5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.9 million in household income


Delivers $614,650 in state and local government revenue

The 36th district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Childrens Museum in Oak Lawn, Palos Fine Arts, the McCord House, the 99th Street Summer Theatre Festival, and the Southwest Symphony Orchestra.

Rep. Kelly Burke Illinois 36th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organizations in the 36th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 36th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $22,000.

District Office 5144 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 P: (708) 425-0571 F: (708) 425-0642

Springfield Office 246-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0515 F: (217) 558-4553

Email: kburke@kellyburkerep36.org

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 36th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Children's Museum in Oak Lawn - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


McCord House - $8,500 Moraine Valley Community College - $9,000 Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School - $1,750 Southwest Symphony Orchestra - $2,750

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37th District Representative Rene Kosel (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 37 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 37th district spend more than $628,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 19 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $560,950 in household income


Delivers $69,525 in state and local government revenue

The 37th district is home to 15 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Frankfort Childrens Museum, Curtain Call Community Theater, Reel History, New Life Focus Communications, and the New Lenox Area Historical Society.

Rep. Rene Kosel Illinois 37th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 37th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $4,000.

District Office
19201 LaGrange Rd. Ste. 204 B Mokena, IL 60448 P: (708) 479-4200 Email: rkosel@ilga.gov

Springfield Office
219-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0424

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 37th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Curtain Call Community Theatre $4,000

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38th District Representative Al Riley (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 38 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 38th district spend more than $492,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $464,000 in household income


Delivers $51,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Al Riley Illinois 38th District

The 38th district is home to 13 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Collective Theatre Company, Norton Building Concert Series, LincolnWay Area Chorale, and the American Dance Center Ballet.

District Office
3649 W. St. Ste. 102 Hazel Crest, IL 60429 P: (708) 799-4364 183rd

Springfield Office
262-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1007

Email: rep.riley38@sbcglobal.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20 38th District

No Grants Received

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39th District Representative Toni Berrios (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 39 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 39th district spend more than $6.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 160 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.2 million in household income


Delivers $625,000 in state and local government revenue

The 39th district is home to 33 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, Guild Complex, the Elastic Arts Foundation, Porchlight Theater Ensemble, Voice of the City, and the Wici Song & Dance Company.

Rep. Toni Berrios Illinois 39th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 39th district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $25,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 39th district received 15 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $41,000.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 39th district received 3 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $15,000. District Office 2847 N. Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL 60641 P: (773) 736-3939 F: (773) 736-3940 Springfield Office 290-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1032 F: (217) 558-7112

Email: repberrios39@gmail.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 39th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum - $15,000 Guild Complex - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Aguijon Theater Company - $2,750 Chicago Korean-American Art Association - $1,750 Elastic Arts Foundation - $3,250 The Guild Complex - $3,750 I am Logan Square - $3,250 Logan Square Chamber of Arts - $500 MAKE Literary Producations - $700 National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum - $6,500 Porchlight Music Theatre Chicago - $5,500 Project Danztheatre Company - $2,500 Strangeloop Theatre - $950 The Chicago Ballet - $1,500 Valerie Alpert Dance Company - $600 Voice of the City - $4,750 Wici Song and Dance Company - $2,750

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40th District Representative Jaime Andrade, Jr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 40 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 40th district spend more than $2.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 70 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.4 million in household income


Delivers $270,000 in state and local government revenue

The 40th district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Aerial Dance Chicago, Provision Theater Company, Visceral Dance Chicago, The Prop Theater Group, and the Shakespeare Project of Chicago.

Rep. Jaime Andrade, Jr. Illinois 40th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to an arts organization and an individual artist in the 40th district, totaling $45,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 40th district received 9 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $22,250.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, an arts organization in the 40th district received a grant from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $5,000. District Office 3657 N. Kedzie Ave. Chicago, IL 60618 P: (773) 267-2880 F: (773) 267-2840 Email: staterep40@gmail.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

Springfield Office 247-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8117 F: (217) 558-4551

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 40th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Aerial Dance Chicago - $2,250 Backstage Theatre Company - $1,500 The Factory Theater - $2,500 Halcyon Theatre - $1,250 InFusion Theatre Company - $1,500 Neighborhood Writing Alliance - $8,500 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $8,500 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $950 Shakespeare Project of Chicago $1,050

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41st District Representative Darlene Senger (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 41 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 41st district spend more than $38 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,000 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $30.1 million in household income


Delivers $4.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 41st district is home to 43 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the DuPage Childrens Museum, the Naperville Art League, the Naperville Heritage Society, the Young Naperville Singers, and Naperville Community Television.

Rep. Darlene Senger Illinois 41st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 41st district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $59,775.

District Office
401 S. Main St. Ste. 300 Naperville, IL 60540 P: (630) 420-3008

Springfield Office
211-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6507

Email: sengerstaterep@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 41st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ClaySpace - $3,250 DuPage Children's Museum - $11,000 DuPage Symphony Orchestra - $4,750 Fair Lady Productions - $5,500 Illinois Storytelling - $1,050 Illinois Storytelling - $1,525 Naperville Chorus - $1,750 Naperville Park District - $1,500 North Central College - $9,000 North Central College - $7,000 Warrenville Park District - $950 Woodstock Mozart Festival - $5,000 Young Naperville Singers - $7,500

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42nd District Representative Jeanne Ives (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 42 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 42nd district spend more than $10 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 340 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $10.3 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 42nd district is home to 35 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Cosley Zoo, the DuPage Art League, the Cantigny Foundation, Callipygian Players, and Wheaton Drama.

Rep. Jeanne Ives Illinois 42nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 42nd district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $6,950.

District Office
1725 S. Naperville Rd. Wheaton, IL 60189 P: (630) 384-1108

Springfield Office
230-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1037

Email: repjeanneives@gmail.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 42nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Agape Ringers - $1,000 Broadway Bound Dance Company - $1,250 The Callipygian Players - $950 Choral-Aires Chapter of Sweet Adelines - $3,750

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43rd District

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 43 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 43rd district spend more than $7.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 220 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6.5 million in household income


Delivers $844,000 in state and local government revenue

The 43rd district is home to 27 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Elgin Opera, the Elgin Theatre Company, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, Childrens Theatre of Elgin, the Elgin Choral Union, and Elgin Public Museum.

Vacant Illinois 43rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 43rd district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $48,200.

District Office
Vacant

Springfield Office
Vacant

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 43rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Children's Theatre of Elgin - $5,000 The Elgin Children's Chorus - $4,750 Elgin Choral Union - $4,750 Elgin Opera - $3,250 Elgin Symphony Orchestra Association - $21,000 Elgin Theatre Company - $950 Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra - $8,500

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44th District Representative Fred Crespo (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 44 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 44th district spend more than $419,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 12 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $360,000 in household income


Delivers $48,000 in state and local government revenue

The 44th district is home to 6 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including ArtReach Educational Theatre, Indian Dance School, Park Ridge Civic Orchestra, and Somos Colombia.

Rep. Fred Crespo Illinois 44th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 44th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $3,200.

District Office
1014 E. Schaumburg Rd. Streamwood, IL 60107 P: (630) 372-3340

Springfield Office
225-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0347

Email: repfredcrespo@um.att.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

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Grants Received in the 44th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ArtReach Educational Theatre $3,200

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45th District Representative Dennis M. Reboletti (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 45 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 45th district spend more than $482,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 14 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $420,000 in household income


Delivers $54,000 in state and local government revenue

The 45th district is home to 15 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Arts in Bartlett, Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, the Mola Foundation of Chicago, and the Roselle Historical Foundation.

Rep. Dennis Reboletti Illinois 45th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 45th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,750.

District Office
721 W. Lake St. Ste. 203 Addison, IL 60101 P: (630) 628-0045

Springfield Office
204-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4014

Email: RepReboletti@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 45th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Arts In Bartlett - $1,750

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46th District Representative Deborah Conroy (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 46 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 46th district spend more than $952,700 each year.* This spending:
Supports 28 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $805,650 in household income


Delivers $110,300 in state and local government revenue

The 46th district is home to 15 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Theatre Association, Addison Center for the Arts, Chicago Tyagaraja Utsavam, and Theatre Y.

Rep. Deborah Conroy Illinois 46th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 46th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $11,750.

District Office
28 S. Villa Ave. Villa Park, IL 60181 P: (630) 415-3520 F: (630) 415-3522

Springfield Office
244-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8158 F: (217) 782-3189

Email: repdebconroy@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 46th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Addison Center for the Arts - $1,750 Chicago Tyagaraja Utsavam - $2,500 Illinois Theatre Association - $7,500

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47th District Representative Patricia Bellock (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 47 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 47th district spend more than $10 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 310 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $9.2 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 47th district is home to 50 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Theatre of Western Springs, Natya Dance Theatre, Elmhurst Artists Guild, Edan Concerts & Festivals Group, and the Elmhurst Art Museum.

Rep. Patricia Bellock Illinois 47th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 47th district received 10 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $55,050.

District Office
1 S. Cass Ave. Westmont Centre Ste. 205 Westmont, IL 60559 P: (630) 852-8633 Email: rep@pbellock.com

Springfield Office
215-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1448

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 47th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Elmhurst Art Museum - $10,000 Elmhurst Artists Guild - $1,050 Elmhurst Choral Union - $1,250 Elmhurst Symphony Association - $7,500 First Folio Shakespeare Festival - $7,500 GreenMan Theatre Troupe - $1,250 Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Arts - $6,500 Salt Creek Ballet Company - $10,000 Spirito! - $6,000 West Suburban Symphony Society - $4,000

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48th District Representative Sandra Pihos (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 48 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 48th district spend more than $50 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,400 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $42.3 million in household income


Delivers $5.8 million in state and local government revenue

The 48th district is home to 37 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the McAninch Arts Center, the Morton Arboretum, Wheaton Community School of the Arts, Camerata Chicago, and the Glen Ellyn Childrens Chorus.

Rep. Sandra Pihos Illinois 48th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 48th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 48th district received 9 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $81,041.

District Office 751 E. Roosevelt Rd. Building 7 Ste. 106 Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 P: (630) 858-8855

Springfield Office 225-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8037

Email: sandrapihos48@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 48th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Wheaton College - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


College of DuPage - $24,300 Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus - $11,000 Glen Ellyn/Wheaton Community Chorale - $1,500 Maple St Chapel Preservation Society - $1,050 The Morton Arboretum - $11,000 Schiesher Elementary School - $1,000 WDCB-FM - $11,325 WDCB-FM - $14,366 Wheaton College - $5,500

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49th District Representative Mike Fortner (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 49 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 49th district spend more than $3.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3 million in household income


Delivers $423,000 in state and local government revenue

The 49th district is home to 26 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Festival Chorus, Fox Valley Concert Band, the St. Charles Arts Council, Water Street Studios, Chicagoland Theater Company, and the Dellora A. Norris Cultural Arts Center.

Rep. Mike Fortner Illinois 49th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 49th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 49th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $15,250.

District Office 135 Fremont St. West Chicago, IL 60185 P: (630) 293-9344

Springfield Office 200-4N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1653

Email: mike.fortner@sbcglobal.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 49th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Batavia Access Television - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Batavia Artists Association - $4,750 Chicagoland Theater Company - $7,000 The Festival Chorus - $1,500 Fox Valley Concert Band/St Charles - $2,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

50th District Representative Kay Hatcher (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 50 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 50th district spend more than $820,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 26 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $757,000 in household income


Delivers $88,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Kay Hatcher Illinois 50th District

The 50th district is home to 16 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Kendall Arts Guild, Rising Star Theatreworks, MACE, the Kendall County Historical Society, and the Garfield Heritage Society.

District Office
608 E. Veterans Pkwy. P.O. Box 1150 Yorkville, IL 60560 P: (630) 553-3223 Email: info@kayhatcher.us

Springfield Office
200-5N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1486

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 50 District

No Grants Received

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51st District Representative Ed Sullivan Jr. (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 51 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 51st district spend more than $2.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 77 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.2 million in household income


Delivers $277,000 in state and local government revenue

The 51st district is home to 42 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the David Adler Cultural Center, Barrington Youth Dance Ensemble, Barrington History Museum, Berkshire Ballet Theatre, and the India Cultural Association.

Rep. Ed Sullivan Jr. Illinois 51st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 51st district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $24,100.

District Office
700 N. Lake St. Ste. 101 Mundelein, IL 60060 P: (847) 566-5115

Springfield Office
314 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3696

Email: ilhouse51@sbcglobal.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 51st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


David Adler Cultural Center - $7,000 Barrington Youth Dance Ensemble - $7,500 Illinois Youth Dance Theatre - $1,500 Long Grove Arts & Music Council - $850 Northbrook Chapter SPEBSQSA - $2,500 Red Rose Childrens Choir of Lake County - $2,500

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

52nd District Representative David McSweeney (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 52 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 52nd district spend more than $5.4 million. This spending:
Supports 150 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.4 million in household income


Delivers $646,000 in state and local government revenue

The 52nd district is home to 18 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Crystal Lake Community Band, Spotlight Youth Theater, Northwest Ballet Ensemble, the Crystal Lake Historical Society, and the Northwest Area Arts Council

Rep. David McSweeney Illinois 52nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 52nd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,500.

District Office
105 E. Main St. Cary, IL 60013 P: (847) 516-0052

Springfield Office
226-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1517

Email: ilhouse52@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 52nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Voices in Harmony - $1,500

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

53rd District Representative David Harris (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 53 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 53rd district spend more than $5.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 170 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5 million in household income


Delivers $650,000 in state and local government revenue

The 53rd district is home to 19 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Main Street Opera, Performing Arts At Metropolis, Setting the Stage, the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, and the Mount Prospect Historical Society.

Rep. David Harris Illinois 53rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 53rd district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $14,750.

District Office

Springfield Office

800 W. Central Rd. Ste. 120 221-N Stratton Building Mount Prospect, IL 60056 Springfield, IL 62706 P: (224) 764-2200 P: (217) 782-3739 Email: repharris@yahoo.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 53rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Northwest Symphony Orchestra Association - $2,000 Performing Arts at Metropolis - $9,000 Township High School District #214 - $3,750

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54th District Representative Thomas Morrison (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 54 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 54th district spend more than $2.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 68 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2 million in household income


Delivers $246,000 in state and local government revenue

The 54th district is home to 40 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the National Veterans Museum, the Arlington Heights Art Guild, Chicago Master Singers, and Little City Center for the Arts.

Rep. Thomas Morrison Illinois 54th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 54th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $13,350.

District Office
117 E. Palatine Rd. Ste. 106 Palatine, IL 60067 P: (847) 202-6580

Springfield Office
234-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8026

Email: Repmorrison54@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 54th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Master Singers - $5,000 Little City Foundation - $7,500 Emilia Plater Polish School - $850

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55th District Representative Martin Moylan (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 55 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 55th district spend more than $3.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 99 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.8 million in household income


Delivers $370,000 in state and local government revenue

The 55th district is home to 23 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Park Ridge Cultural Arts Council, the Koehnline Museum of Art, the Des Plaines Arts Council, and the Performing Arts Center at Oakton Community College.

Rep. Martin Moylan Illinois 55th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 55th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $15,900.

District Office
24 S. River Rd. Ste. 400 Des Plaines, IL 60016 P: (847) 635-6821 F: (847) 635-8565

Springfield Office
242-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8007 F: (217) 782-1141

Email: staterepmoylan@gmail.com
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 55th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Illinois Norsk Rosemalers Association - $1,150 Oakton Community College - $6,500 Oakton Community College - $2,750 Park Ridge Civic Orchestra - $4,000 Park Ridge Cultural Arts Council - $1,500

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56th District Representative Michelle Mussman (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 56th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 56th district spend more than $1.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 40 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.1 million in household income


Delivers $138,000 in state and local government revenue

The 56th district is home to 15 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Prairie Center Arts Foundation, the Anila Sinha Foundation for the Promotion of Arts & Culture of India, the Lake Park Band Auxiliary, and Spring Valley Concert Band.

Rep. Michelle Mussman Illinois 56th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 56th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


Additionally in 2013 arts organizations in the 56th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,600.

District Office 15 W. Weathersfield Way Schaumburg, IL 60193 P: (847) 923-9104

Springfield Office 227-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3725

Email: staterepmussman@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 56th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Anila Sinha Foundation for Promotion of Arts and Culture of India - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Anila Sinha Foundation for Promotion of Arts and Culture of India - $2,000 Spring Valley Concert Band - $600

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57th District Representative Elaine Nekritz (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 57 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 57th district spend more than $1.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 44 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $159,000 in state and local government revenue

The 57th district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Kidstage Productions, the Raupp Museum, the Korean Cultural Center of Chicago, the North Shore Music Alliance, and the Wheeling Symphony League.

Rep. Elaine Nekritz Illinois 57th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 57th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,750.

District Office

Springfield Office

830 S. Buffalo Grove Rd. 245-E Stratton Building Ste. 120 Springfield, IL 62706 Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 P: (217) 558-1004 P: (847) 229-5499 Email: enekritz@repnekritz.org

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 57th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


SunnyU Culture & Education Center - $2,750

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58th District Representative Scott Drury (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 58th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 58th district spend more than $91 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,800 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $83 million in household income


Delivers $10 million in state and local government revenue

The 58th district is home to 57 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Ravinia Festival Association, Chicago Botanic Gardens, the Highland Park Cultural Arts Commission, Midwest Young Artists, Deer Path Art League, and the Art Center Highland Park.

Rep. Scott Drury Illinois 58th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 58th district received 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $75,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 58th district received 10 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $111,200.

District Office 425 Sheridan Rd. Highwood, IL 60040 P: (847) 681-8580 Email: repdrury@gmail.com

Springfield Office 250-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0902

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 58th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Jazz Education Network - $40,000 Midwest Young Artists - $20,000 Ravinia Festival Association - $15,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
The Art Center Highland Park - $10,000 Citadel Theatre Company - $5,000 Deerfield Park District - $1,500 Focus on the Arts - $5,500 Highland Park Cultural Arts Community - $4,000 Lake Forest Symphony Association - $10,000 Midwest Young Artists - $11,000 Northbrook Park District - $9,000 Ragdale Foundation - $11,000 Ravinia Festival Association - $44,200

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

59th District Representative Carole Sente (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 59 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 59th district spend more than $1.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 46 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.3 million in household income


Delivers $171,000 in state and local government revenue

The 59th district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Ars Viva, Artists on the Bluff , the Kirk Players, the Historical Society of the Fort Hill Country, and KFAR Jewish Arts Center.

Rep. Carole Sente Illinois 59th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 59th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $15,750.

District Office
430 N. Milwaukee Ave. Ste. 8 Lincolnshire, IL 60069 P: (847) 478-9909 Email: repsente@gmail.com

Springfield Office
272-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0499

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 59th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Ars Viva - $10,000 Friends of Ryerson Woods - $4,000 The Kirk Players - $1,750

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60th District Representative Rita Mayfield (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 60 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 60th district spend more than $618,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 18 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $534,000 in household income


Delivers $70,000 in state and local government revenue

The 60th district is home to 5 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Waukegan Arts Council, the Waukegan Park District-Cultural Arts Division, the Waukegan Band Foundation, and the Waukegan Historical Society.

Rep. Rita Mayfield Illinois 60th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 60th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $9,050.

District Office
120 S. Genesee St. Waukegan, IL 60085 P: (847) 599-2800

Springfield Office
256-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1012

Email: 60thdistrict@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 60th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Waukegan Band Foundation - $550 Waukegan Park District - $8,500

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61st District Representative JoAnn Osmond (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 61 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 61st district spend more than $1.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 40 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $147,000 in state and local government revenue

The 61st district is home to 17 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Antioch Fine Arts Foundation, Clockwise Theatre, the Do-Re-Mi Club, the Lakes Region Historical Society, and the Warbird Heritage Foundation.

Rep. JoAnn Osmond Illinois 61st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 61st district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,250.

District Office
17801 W. Washington St. Gurnee, IL 60031 P: (847) 855-8600

Springfield Office
203-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8151

Email: osmondjoann@aol.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 61st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Palette Masque & Lyre - $2,250

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

62nd District Representative Sam Yingling (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 62 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 62nd district spend more than $57,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 2 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $51,000 in household income


Delivers $6,400 in state and local government revenue

The 62nd district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Busy Brains Childrens Museum, the Grayslake Historical Society, the Willow Review, and the Wauconda Historical Society.

Rep. Sam Yingling Illinois 62nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 62nd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $650

District Office
20 W. North St. Hainesville, IL 60030 P: (847) 231-6262

Springfield Office
258-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-7320

Email: repsamyingling@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 62nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


College of Lake County - $650

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

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63rd District Representative Jack Franks (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 63 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 63rd district spend more than $2.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 90 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.6 million in household income


Delivers $298,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Jack Franks Illinois 63rd District

The 63rd district is home to 28 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Woodstock Mozart Festival, the McHenry County Historical Society, the Illinois Railway Museum, the Woodstock Fine Arts Association, and TownSquare Players.

District Office
1193 S. Eastwood Dr. Woodstock, IL 60098 P: (815) 334-0063 Email: jack@jackfranks.org
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization

Springfield Office
267-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1717

* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 20thrd District Grants Received in the 63 District

No Grants Received

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

64th District Representative Barbara Wheeler (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 64 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 64th district spend more than $4.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 120 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.5 million in household income


Delivers $481,000 in state and local government revenue

The 64th district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Creative Arts, the McHenry County Music Center, the Raue Center for the Arts, and the Lakeside Legacy Foundation.

Rep. Barbara Wheeler Illinois 64th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 64th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $13,500.

District Office
550 W. Woodstock St. Crystal Lake, IL 60014 P: (815) 900-6759

Springfield Office
214-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-7016

Email: Repwheeler64@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 64th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


McHenry County Music Center - $6,500 Raue Center for the Arts - $7,000

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

65th District Representative Timothy Schmitz (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 65 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 65th district spend more than $2.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 70 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2 million in household income


Delivers $269,000 in state and local government revenue

The 65th district is home to 32 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Art for All, Batavia Music Buffs, Fine Line Creative Arts Center, Fox Valley Childrens Chorus, Steel Beam Theater Company, and the St. Charles Singers.

Rep. Timothy Schmitz Illinois 65th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 65th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $20,950.

District Office
127 Hamilton St. Ste. D Geneva, IL 60134 P: (630) 845-9590 Email: info@timschmitz.org

Springfield Office
224-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5457

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 65th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Fine Line Creative Arts Center - $7,500 Illinois Brass Band Association - $950 St. Charles Singers - $6,000 Steel Beam Theatre Company - $6,500

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

66th District Representative Michael Tryon (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 66 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 66th district spend more than $944,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 29 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $872,000 in household income


Delivers $101,000 in state and local government revenue

The 66th district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Northwest Community Music Academy, the Illinois Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association, and Epic Repertory Theatre Company.

Rep. Michael Tryon Illinois 66th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 66th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $5,850.

District Office
1500 Carlemont Ste. D Crystal Lake, IL 60014 P: (815) 459-6453 Email: Mike@miketryon.com

Springfield Office
200-7N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0432

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 66th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


American Choral Directors Association - $850 Northwest Community Music Academy - $5,000

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67th District Representative Charles Jefferson (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 67 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 67th district spend more than $23 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 706 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $20.7 million in household income


Delivers $2.6 million in state and local government revenue

The 67th district is home to 35 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Discovery Center Museum, the Burpee Museum of Natural History, Klehm Arboretum And Botanic Garden, the Rockford Area Arts Council, the Rockford Symphony Orchestra and the Rockford Art Museum.

Rep. Charles Jefferson Illinois 67th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 67th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $20,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 67th district received 11 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $128,600.

District Office 200 S. Wyman #304 Rockford, IL 61101 P: (815) 987-7433

Springfield Office 109 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3167

Email: staterepchuck67@aol.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 67th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Rockford Area Arts Council - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Artists Ensemble Theater - $6,000 Discovery Center Museum of Rockford - $11,000 Mendelssohn Club - $7,500 Rockford Area Arts Council - $19,000 Rockford Area Arts Council - $24,000 Rockford Area Arts Council - $3,300 Rockford Art Museum - $21,600 Rockford Coronado Concert Association - $4,000 Rockford Dance Company - $7,500 Rockford Park District - $4,000 Rockford Symphony Orchestras - $20,700

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

68th District Representative John Cabello (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 68 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 68th district spend more than $3.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 120 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.6 million in household income


Delivers $398,000 in state and local government revenue

The 68th district is home to 22 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Anderson Gardens, the Midway Village & Museum Center, New Sullivan Theater, the Rockford Aquarium, and the Boone County Historical Society Foundation.

Rep. John Cabello Illinois 68th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 68th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,000.

District Office
1941 Harlem Rd. Loves Park, IL 61111 P: (815) 282-0083 Email: johncabello@aol.com

Springfield Office
205A-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0455

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 68th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Marshall School - $1,000

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

69th District Representative Joe Sosnowski (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 69 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 69th district spend more than $902,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 27 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $789,000 in household income


Delivers $101,000 in state and local government revenue

The 69th district is home to 15 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Boone County Arts Council, Main Street Players of Boone County, the Poplar Grove Vintage Wheels and Wings Museum, and the Rockford Wind Ensemble.

Rep. Joe Sosnowski Illinois 69th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 69th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,050.

District Office
305 Amphitheater Drive Rockford, IL 61107 P: (815) 547-3436

Springfield Office
227-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0548

Email: repsosnowski@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 69th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Boone County Arts Council - $1,050

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

70th District Representative Robert Pritchard (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 70 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 70th district spend more than $1.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 48 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.4 million in household income


Delivers $166,000 in state and local government revenue

The 70th district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the NIU Art Museum, the Midwest Museum of Natural History, Illinois Alliance for Arts Education, the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra, and Dreamers Theatre Group.

Rep. Robert Pritchard Illinois 70th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 70th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 70th district received 8 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $56,632.

District Office 2600 DeKalb Avenue Ste. C Sycamore, IL 60178 P: (815) 748-3494

Springfield Office 200-3N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0425

Email: bob@pritchardstaterep.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 70th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Northern Illinois University - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Art Attack School of Art - $1,750 Dreamers Theatre Group - $1,250 Illinois Alliance for Arts Education - $550 Northern Illinois University - $6,000 WNIJ-FM - $11,325 WNIJ-FM - $12,216 WNIU-FM - $11,325 WNIU-FM - $12,216

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

71st District Representative Mike Smiddy (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 71 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 71st district spend more than $1.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 36 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1 million in household income


Delivers $119,000 in state and local government revenue

The 71st district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the John Deere Home & Farm Heritage Museum, Woodlawn Arts Academy, the Niabi Zoo, the SterlingRock Falls Historical Society, and the Moline Boys Choir.

Rep. Mike Smiddy Illinois 71st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 71st district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,750.

District Office
201 N. Main St. Unit 2 Port Byron, IL 61275 P: (309) 848-9098

Springfield Office
284-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3992

Email: Repsmiddy@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 71st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Playcrafters - $2,750

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

72nd District Representative Patrick Verschoore (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 72 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 72nd district spend more than $14 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 390 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $11.5 million in household income


Delivers $1.6 million in state and local government revenue

The 72nd district is home to 48 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Quad City Arts, the Quad City Symphony Orchestra, the Rock Island Art Guild, Opera Quad Cities, WVIK Augustana Public Radio, and Ballet Quad Cities.

Rep. Patrick Verschoore Illinois 72nd District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 72nd district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $45,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 72nd district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $98,365.

District Office 1504 3rd Ave. 2nd Floor County Office Bldg. Rock Island, IL 61201 P: (309) 558-3612

Springfield Office 263-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5970

Email: pverschoore@qconline.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 72nd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Quad City Arts - $45,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Augustana College - $9,000 Genesius Theatre Foundation - $950 MidCoast Fine Arts - $6,000 Midwest Writing Center - $3,750 Quad City Arts - $12,000 Quad City Arts - $26,200 Quad City Arts - $3,300 Quad City Music Guild - $5,000 Quad City Symphony Orchestra - $10,000 F Willard Elementary School - $1,000 WVIK-FM - $9,840 WVIK-FM - $11,325

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

73rd District Representative David Leitch (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 73 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 73rd district spend more than $2.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 80 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.3 million in household income


Delivers $323,000 in state and local government revenue

The 73rd district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Heartland Festival Orchestra, the Sun Foundation, the Central Illinois Jazz Orchestra, the Peoria Area Civic Chorale, and Taz Wood Dance Company.

Rep. David Leitch Illinois 73rd District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 73rd district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 73rd district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $36,300.

District Office 5407 N. University Arbor Hall Suite B Peoria, IL 61614 P: (309) 690-7373

Springfield Office 314 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8108

Email: repdavidleitch@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 73rd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Peoria Ballet Company - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Heartland Festival Orchestra - $6,000 Heritage Ensemble - $1,250 Peoria Area Civic Chorale - $4,000 Peoria Ballet Company - $6,500 Seven Circles Heritage Center - $550 Sun Foundation for Advancement - $9,500 Sun Foundation for Advancement - $8,500

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

74th District Representative Donald Moffitt (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 74 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 74th district spend more than $1.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 56 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.6 million in household income


Delivers $230,550 in state and local government revenue

The 74th district is home to 35 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Bishop Hill Arts Council, Prairie Arts Council, Princeton Theater Group, Geneseo Art League, and Vitalist Theater.

Rep. Donald Moffitt Illinois 74th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 74th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $24,900.

District Office
64 S. Prairie St. #5 Galesburg, IL 61401 P: (309) 343-8000 Email: moffitt@grics.net

Springfield Office
217-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8032

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 74th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bishop Hill Arts Council - $1,150 Bishop Hill Heritage Association - $7,500 Bishop Hill Heritage Association - $10,000 Prairie Arts Council - $1,250 Princeton Theater Group - $5,000

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

75th District Representative John Anthony (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 75 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 75th district spend more than $593,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $464,000 in household income


Delivers $72,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. John Anthony Illinois 75th District

The 75th district is home to 22 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Dance Loop Chicago, the Old Barn Museum, and the Grundy County Historical Society

District Office
3605 N. State Route 47 Ste. F, P.O. Box 808 Morris, IL 60450 P: (815) 416-1475

Springfield Office
201-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5997

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

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Grants Received in the 20th District Grants Received in the 75th District

No Grants Received

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76th District Representative Frank Mautino (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 76 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 76th district spend more than $1.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 62 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.8 million in household income


Delivers $211,000 in state and local government revenue

The 76th district is home to 23 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Valley Orchestral Association, the Mendota Museum & Historical Society, Illinois Valley Youth Symphony, Stage 212, and the LaSalle County Historical Society.

Rep. Frank Mautino Illinois 76th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 76th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $5,250.

District Office
221 E. St. Paul St. Spring Valley, IL 61362 P: (815) 664-2717 Email: patti76th@ivnet.com

Springfield Office
300 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0140

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 76th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Illinois Valley Fine Arts Trust - $2,000 Illinois Valley Orchestral Association - $2,000 Illinois Valley Youth Symphony - $1,250

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77th District Representative Kathleen Willis (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 77 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 77th district spend more than $2.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 73 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.1 million in household income


Delivers $237,000 in state and local government revenue

The 77th district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Midwest Clinic, the Orion Chamber Ensemble, Casa Italia, Italian American Veterans Museum & Library, and HispanoFest.

Rep. Kathleen Willis Illinois 77th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 77th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,500.

District Office
112 N. Wolf Rd. Northlake, IL 60164 P: (708) 562-6970

Springfield Office
264-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3374

Email: repwillis77@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 77th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Orion Chamber Ensemble - $2,500

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78th District Representative Camille Lilly (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 78 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 78th district spend more than $17 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 500 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $14.5 million in household income


Delivers $2.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 78th district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Childrens Museum of Oak Park, Handel Week, the Oak Park Area Arts Council, Momenta, the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, the Oak Park Art League, and the Spectrum Choral Society.

Rep. Camille Lilly Illinois 78th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 78th district received 18 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $69,500.

District Office
5755 W. Division St. Chicago, IL 60651 P: (773) 473-7300 F: (773) 473-7378

Springfield Office
270-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6400 F: (217) 558-1054

Email: statereplilly@yahoo.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 78th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Choral Artists - $1,500 Chicago Folks Operetta - $3,250 Children's Museum of Oak Park - $7,500 Handel Week - $2,500 Winifred Haun & Dancers - $2,000 Momenta - $4,750 Oak Park Area Arts Council $9,000 Oak Park Area Arts Council - $7,000 Oak Park Art League - $2,750 Oak Park Concert Chorale - $1,500 Pleasant Home Foundation - $4,000 Pro Musica Youth Chorus - $5,500 Senior Citizens Center Oak Park/River Forest - $2,000 Sense of Urgency Productions - $600 Spectrum Choral Society - $1,750 The Symphony of Oak Park/River Forest - $3,250 TRY Center (Today's Relating Youth) - $650 Unity Temple Restoration Foundation - $10,000

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79th District Representative Katherine Cloonen (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 79 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 79th district spend more than $1.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 35 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1 million in household income


Delivers $148,000 in state and local government revenue

The 79th district is home to 20 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Acting Out Theatre Company, the Kankakee Valley Theatre Association, the Kankakee Symphony Orchestra, and the Kankakee County Historical Society.

Rep. Katherine Cloonen Illinois 79th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 79th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $13,450.

District Office

Springfield Office

1 Dearborn Square Ste. 419 235-E Stratton Building Kankakee, IL 60901 Springfield, IL 62706 P: (815) 939-1983 P: (217) 782-5981 Email: staterepcloonen79@att.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 79th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Acting Out Theatre Company - $1,500 Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchestra - $6,000 Kankakee Valley Theatre Association - $5,000 Presence Life Connections - $950

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80th District Representative Anthony DeLuca (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 80 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 80th district spend more than $5.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 140 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.2 million in household income


Delivers $610,000 in state and local government revenue

The 80th district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Freedom Hall, the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Tall Grass Arts Association, the Center for Performing Arts at GSU, Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, the Schaaf Truck and Tractor Museum, and the Illinois Theatre Center of Park Forest.

Rep. Anthony DeLuca Illinois 80th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 80th district received 9 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $41,250.

District Office

Springfield Office

195 W. Joe Orr Rd. Ste 201 271-S Stratton Building Chicago Heights, IL 60411 Springfield, IL 62706 P: (708) 754-7900 P: (217) 782-1719 Email: repdeluca@sbcglobal.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 80th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Heights Drama Group - $3,250 Governors State University Foundation - $9,000 Governors State University Foundation - $4,750 Grande Prairie Choral Arts - $1,500 Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra - $10,000 Village of Park Forest - $4,000 Sri Annamacharya Project - $1,500 Tall Grass Arts Association - $4,000 Union Street Gallery - $3,250

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81st District Representative Ron Sandack (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 81 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 81st district spend more than $2.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 64 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.8 million in household income


Delivers $251,000 in state and local government revenue

The 81st district is home to 33 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Downers Grove Choral Society, Downers Grove Music Club, Midwest Ballet Theatre, Grove Players, the Chicago Festival Ballet, and the Naperville Men's Glee Club.

Rep. Ron Sandack Illinois 81st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 81st district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $10,700.

District Office
633 Rogers St. Ste 103 Downers Grove, IL 60515 P: (630) 737-0504

Springfield Office
632 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6578

Email: repsandack@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 81st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Downers Grove Choral Society - $2,750 Fifth Wednesday Books - $950 Grove Players - $1,750 Hinsdale Chorale - $850 The Naperville Mens Glee Club - $2,500 Senior Suburban Orchestra - $1,150 Sinfonietta Bel Canto - $750

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82nd District Representative Jim Durkin (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 82 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 82nd district spend more than $1.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 57 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.6 million in household income


Delivers $202,000 in state and local government revenue

The 82nd district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Southwest Community Concert Band, Nightblue Theater, the Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Lithuanian Foundation, the Slovenian Cultural Center, and the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic. .

Rep. Jim Durkin Illinois 82nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 82nd district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $5,300.

District Office
16W281 83rd St. Ste C Burr Ridge, IL 60527 P: (630) 325-2028

Springfield Office
316 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0494

Email: repdurkin@hotmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 82nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Lemont Art & Culture Commission - $600 Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestra - $1,150 Southwest Community Concert Band - $1,050 Wesoly Lud Polish Folk Dance Ensemble - $2,500

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83rd District Representative Linda Chapa LaVia (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 83 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 83rd district spend more than $9.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 260 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $7.5 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 83rd district is home to 14 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Paramount Arts Centre, the Aurora Historical Society, the Fox Valley Festival Chorus, the Science and Technology Interactive Center, and the Fox Valley Orchestra.

Rep. Linda Chapa LaVia Illinois 83rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 83rd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $9,000.

District Office
8 E. Galena Blvd. Ste 240 Aurora, IL 60506 P: (630) 264-6855

Springfield Office
229-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1002

Email: chapa-laviali@ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 83rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Paramount Arts Centre - $9,000

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84th District Representative Stephanie Kifowit (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 84 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 84th district spend more than $531,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 17 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $497,000 in household income


Delivers $56,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Stephanie Kifowit Illinois 84th District

The 84th district is home to 12 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Xtreme Dance Troupe, the Dong Fang Chinese Performing Arts Association, and the Naperville Independent Film Festival.

District Office
1677 Montgomery Rd. Ste 116 Aurora, IL 60504 P: (630) 585-1308

Springfield Office
200-3S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8028

Email: stephanie.kifowit@att.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 84 District

No Grants Received

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85th District Representative Emily McAsey (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 85 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 85th district spend more than $179,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 5 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $162,000 in household income


Delivers $19,500 in state and local government revenue

The 85th district is home to 17 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Bolingbrook Park Districts Danceforce, the Will County Historical Society, the Lewis University History Center, and Theatre-on-the-Hill.

Rep. Emily McAsey Illinois 85th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 85th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $4,500.

District Office
209 W. Romeo Rd. Romeoville, IL 60446 P: (815) 372-0085 Email: repemily@gmail.com

Springfield Office
237-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4179

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 85th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bolingbrook Park District - $2,250 Lewis University - $2,250

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86th District Representative Lawrence Walsh (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 86 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 86th district spend more than $4.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.8 million in household income


Delivers $611,000 in state and local government revenue

The 86th district is home to 10 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Rialto Square Theatre Foundation, the Joliet Area Historical Museum, the Joliet Drama Guild, Friends of Community Public Art, and the Three Rivers Arts Council.

Rep. Lawrence Walsh Illinois 86th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 86th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 86th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $15,950.

District Office 121 Springfield Avenue Joliet, IL 60435 P: (815) 730-8600

Springfield Office 292-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8090

Email: statereplarrywalshjr@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 86th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


University of St. Francis - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Friends of Community Public Art - $6,000 Joliet Area Historical Museum - $9,000 Three Rivers Arts Council - $950

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87th District Representative Rich Brauer (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 87 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 87th district spend more than $360,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 11 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $355,000 in household income


Delivers $38,000 in state and local government revenue

The 87th district is home to 26 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Vintage Ag Association, the Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation, the Menard County Singers, and the Delavan Community Historical Society.

Rep. Rich Brauer Illinois 87th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 87th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $865.

Springfield/District Office
1128-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0053 Email: rbrauer@hrs.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 87th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Menard County Singers - $865

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88th District Representative Keith Sommer (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 88 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 88th district spend more than $11 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 350 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $10.5 million in household income


Delivers $1.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 88th district is home to 35 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts, the Illinois Central College Performing Arts Center, the Morton Fine Arts Association, Prairie Dance Theatre, and the Mclean County Historical Society.

Rep. Keith Sommer Illinois 88th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 88th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


Additionally in 2013 arts organizations in the 88th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $28,850.

District Office 121 West Jefferson Morton, IL 61550 P: (309) 263-9242 Email: sommer@mtco.com

Springfield Office 216-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0221

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 88th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


McLean County Art Association - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Bloomington Center for Performing Arts - $9,000 Bloomington Parks & Recreation Department - $4,750 McLean County Art Association - $5,350 McLean County Art Association - $7,500 Bloomington Chapter 1 of SPEBSQSA - $2,250

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89th District Representative Brian Stewart (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 89 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 89th district spend more than $2.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 71 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2 million in household income


Delivers $285,000 in state and local government revenue

The 89th district is home to 39 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Freeport Arts Center, the Galena Cultural Arts Alliance, the Galena Artist's Guild, the Timber Lake Playhouse, and the Galena Foundation.

Rep. Brian Stewart Illinois 89th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 89th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $19,000.

District Office
50 West Douglas Street, Stewart Centre Ste 1001 Freeport, IL 61032 P: (815) 2320774

Springfield Office
210-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8186

Email: repstewart@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 89th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Freeport Arts Center - $4,000 Freeport Arts Center - $4,000 Galena Cultural Arts Alliance - $1,000 Timber Lake Playhouse - $10,000

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90th District Representative Tom Demmer (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 90 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 90th district spend more than $1.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 55 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.6 million in household income


Delivers $195,000 in state and local government revenue

The 90th district is home to 33 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Dixon Historic Center, the Ronald Reagan Home Preservation Foundation, Viva Performing Arts, and Association to Restore City Hall.

Rep. Tom Demmer Illinois 90th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 90th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,750.

District Office
1221 Currency Court Ste B Rochelle, IL 61068 P: (815) 561-3690

Springfield Office
222-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0535

Email: rep@tomdemmer.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 90th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Association to Restore City Hall - $2,750

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91st District Representative Michael Unes (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 91 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 91st district spend more than $1.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 31 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $883,000 in household income


Delivers $144,000 in state and local government revenue

The 91st district is home to 21 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Eastlight Theatre, the Fulton County Community Arts Council, Arc Light Productions, and the Fulton County Playhouse.

Rep. Michael Unes Illinois 91st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 91st district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,100.

District Office
19 S. Capitol St. Pekin, IL 61554 P: (309) 620-8631 Email: repunes@gmail.com

Springfield Office
232-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8152

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 91st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Eastlight Theatre - $6,500 Fulton County Community Arts Council - $600

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

92nd District Representative Jehn Gordon-Booth (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 92 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 92nd district spend more than $17 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 508 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $14.9 in household income


Delivers $1.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 92nd district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including ArtsPartners of Central Illinois, the Peoria Riverfront Museum, the Peoria Art Guild, Corn Stock Theatre, and Slane College of Communication and Fine Arts.

Rep. Jehn Gordon-Booth Illinois 92nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 92nd district received 17 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $227,414.

District Office
300 E. War Memorial Drive Ste 303 Peoria, IL 61614 P: (309) 681-1992

Springfield Office
200-8S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3186

Email: repjgordon@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 92nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ArtsPartners of Central Illinois - $4,000 Backspace Collective - $650 Bradley University - $10,000 Bradley University - $7,000 Central Illinois Youth Symphony - $4,000 Contemporary Art Center of Peoria - $6,000 Illinois Valley Public Telecomm Corporation - $10,000 Illinois Valley Public Telecomm Corporation - $20,000 Peoria Art Guild - $6,500 Peoria Park District - $4,750 Peoria Players Theatre - $5,000 Peoria Riverfront Museum - $20,600 Peoria Symphony Orchestra - $17,300 WCBU-FM - $11,325 WCBU-FM - $11,295 WTVP-TV - $45,300 WTVP-TV - $43,694

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93rd District Representative Norine Hammond (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 93 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 93rd district spend more than $5.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 150 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.4 million in household income


Delivers $575,000 in state and local government revenue

The 93rd district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Galesburg Civic Art League, Nova Singers, the Orpheum Theatre, the Galesburg Symphony Society, and Prairie Players Civic Theatre.

Rep. Norine Hammond Illinois 93rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 93rd district received 14 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $147,439.

District Office
331 N. Lafayette Street P.O. Box 170 Macomb, IL 61455 P: (309) 836-2707

Springfield Office
209-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0416

Email: rephammond@macomb.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 93rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Galesburg Civic Art League - $4,750 Galesburg Community Chorus - $2,000 Galesburg Symphony Society - $6,000 Macomb Community Theatre - $1,150 Nova Singers - $3,250 Orpheum Theatre of Galesburg - $9,000 Prairie Players Civic Theatre - $2,000 West Central Illinois Art Center - $950 Western Illinois University - $8,000 Western Illinois University - $13,500 WIUM-FM Western Illinois University - $11,325 WIUM-FM Western Illinois University - $12,422 WQPT-TV - $27,792 WQPT-TV - $45,300

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94th District Representative Jill Tracy (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 94 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 94th district spend more than $5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 150 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.3 million in household income


Delivers $576,000 in state and local government revenue

The 94th district is home to 55 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Buchanan Center for the Arts, the Quincy Art Center, Quincy Community Theatre, Quincy Society of Fine Arts, and the Two Rivers Arts Council.

Rep. Jill Tracy Illinois 94th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 94th district received 11 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $79,400.

District Office
3701 East Lake Centre Dr. Ste 3 Quincy, IL 62305 P: (217) 223-0833 Email: jiltracy@jiltracy.com

Springfield Office
207-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8096

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 94th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Buchanan Center for the Arts - $5,000 Buchanan Center for the Arts - $5,500 Midsummer Arts Faire - $1,750 Quincy Art Center - $7,500 Quincy Civic Music Association - $1,250 Quincy Community Theatre - $10,000 Quincy Society of Fine Arts - $6,200 Quincy Society of Fine Arts - $25,000 Quincy Symphony Orchestra - $7,000 Two Rivers Arts Council - $9,450 Two Rivers Arts Council - $750

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95th District Representative Wayne Rosenthal (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 95 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 95th district spend more than $315,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 9 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $269,000 in household income


Delivers $36,000 in state and local government revenue

The 95th district is home to 23 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Community Council for the Arts, Taylorville Main Street, the Taylorville Area Arts Council, and Summer Repertory Theater at Blackburn College.

Rep. Wayne Rosenthal Illinois 95th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 95th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,500.

District Office
324 North State Street P.O. Box 38 Litchfield, IL 62056 P: (217) 324-5200

Springfield Office
200-2N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8071

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 95th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Taylorville Main Street - $1,500

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96th District Representative Sue Scherer (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 96 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 96th district spend more than $43 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,200 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $37 million in household income


Delivers $5 million in state and local government revenue

The 96th district is home to 71 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, the Decatur Area Arts Council, Hoogland Center for the Arts, the Illinois State Museum, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Prairie Art Alliance, and the Springfield Area Arts Council.

Rep. Sue Scherer Illinois 96th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 96th district received 19 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $211,504.

District Office
1301 E. Mound Rd. Ste 270 Decatur, IL 62526 P: (217) 877-9636

Springfield Office
2-E Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 524-0353

Email: staterepsue@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 96th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Decatur Area Arts Council - $8,000 Decatur Area Arts Council - $10,000 Decatur Park District - $7,500 Gallery 510 Arts Guild - $1,750 Illinois Central Blues Club - $2,000 Illinois Symphony Orchestra - $10,000 Millikin University - $4,750 Millikin University - $5,500 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $9,000 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $45,300 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $38,204 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $20,000 Prairie Art Alliance - $6,000 Springfield Area Arts Council - $6,500 Springfield Area Arts Council - $4,750 Springfield Area Arts Council - $15,000 Springfield Art Association of Edward Pl. - $6,500 Springfield Ballet Company - $7,500 Theatre in the Park - $3,250

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97th District Representative Tom Cross (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 97 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 97th district spend more than $128,000. This spending:
Supports 4 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $122,000 in household income


Delivers $13,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Tom Cross Illinois 97th District

The 97th district is home to 7 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Plainfield Art League, the Bharatam Academy of Dance Arts, and the Plainfield Historical Society.

District Office
24047 W. Lockport St. Ste 213 Plainfield, IL 60544 P: (815) 254-0000

Springfield Office
200-1N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1331

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 97 District

No Grants Received

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98th District Representative Natalie Manley (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 98 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 98th district spent more than $207,000. This spending:
Supports 7 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $198,000 in household income


Delivers $21,500 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Natalie Manley Illinois 98th District

The 98th district is home to 10 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project and the Illinois Aviation Museum.

District Office
2701 Black Rd. Ste 201 Joliet, IL 60435 P: (815) 725-2741

Springfield Office
242A-W Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3316

Email: repmanley@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 98 District

No Grants Received

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99th District Representative Raymond Poe (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 99 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 99th district spend more than $5.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 160 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.4 million in household income


Delivers $632,000 in state and local government revenue

The 99th district is home to 31 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden, the Illinois State Fair Museum, Sangamon Auditorium, the UIS Visual Arts Gallery, and the Dana Thomas House Foundation.

Rep. Raymond Poe Illinois 99th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 87th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $37,493.

Springfied/District Office
E-1 Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0044

Email: rpoe@hrs.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 99th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


University of Illinois at Springfield - $10,000 University of Illinois at Springfield - $1,750 WUIS-FM - $14,418 WUIS-FM - $11,325

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100th District Representative C.D. Davidsmeyer (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 100 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 100th district spend more than $1.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 52 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.5 million in household income


Delivers $189,000 in state and local government revenue

The 100th district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Imagine Foundation, the Jacksonville Symphony Society, the Jacksonville Theatre Guild, the Art Association of Jacksonville, and the Prairie Land Heritage Museum.

Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer Illinois 100th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 100th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,500.

District Office
325 W. State Street, Suite 102 P.O. Box 160 Jacksonville, IL 62650 P: (217) 243-6221

Springfield Office
228-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1840

Email: repcddavidsmeyer@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 100th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Imagine Foundation - $2,500 Jacksonville Symphony Society - $2,750 Jacksonville Theatre Guild - $2,250

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101st District Representative Bill Mitchell (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 101 st State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 101st district spend more than $1.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 41 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $136,000 in state and local government revenue

The 101st district is home to 24 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Monticello Area Arts Council, the Monticello Railway Museum, Chorale, the Symphony Orchestra Guild of Decatur, and the Dewitt County Museum .

Rep. Bill Mitchell Illinois 101st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 101st district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $3,250.

District Office
5130 Hickory Point Frontage Road Ste 100 Decatur, IL 62526 P: (217) 876-1968

Springfield Office
632 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8163

Email: repmitchell@earthlink.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 101st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Chorale - $3,250

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102nd District Representative Adam Brown (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 102 nd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 102nd district spend more than $4.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 145 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.2 million in household income


Delivers $563,000 in state and local government revenue

The 102nd district is home to 25 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Bicentennial Art Center And Museum, Little Theatre on the Square, and Actors' Rural Theatre Company.

Rep. Adam Brown Illinois 102nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 102nd district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $26,700.

District Office
510 S. Staley Ste B Champaign, IL 61822 P: (217) 607-5104

Springfield Office
314 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8398

Email: staterepbrown@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 102nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bicentennial Art Center & Museum - $1,750 Little Theater on the Square - $23,200 Villa Grove Community Theatre Company - $1,750

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103rd District Representative Naomi Jakobsson (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 103 rd State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 103rd district spend more than $33 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,000 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $29.7 million in household income


Delivers $3.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 103rd district is home to 54 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, the Champaign-Urbana Symphony, Prairie Ensemble, City of Urbana Public Arts Program, the Krannert Art Museum, the Mo Betta Music After School Academy, and 40 North-88 West.

Rep. Naomi Jakobsson Illinois 103rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 103rd district received 34 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $316,391.

District Office
206 N. Randolph Ste 120 Champaign, IL 61820 P: (217) 373-5000

Springfield Office
257-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1009

Email: naomijakobsson@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 103rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


40 North/88 West - $4,750 40 North/88 West - $3,300 Amasong: CUPL/F Chorus - $1,500 Bridgewater-Sullivan Community Life Center - $750 Celebration Co/Station Theatre - $1,500 Central Illinois Children's Chorus - $1,750 Champaign County Head Start - $4,350 Champaign Park District - $9,000 Champaign Urbana Ballet - $5,500 Champaign-Urbana Folk & Roots Festival - $2,000 Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 Champaign-Urbana Theatre Company - $4,000 Community Center for the Arts - $3,250 The Conservatory of Central Illinois - $6,500 Developmental Services Center-Champaign County - $2,000 Parkland College - $4,750 Prairie Air WEFT-FM - $4,000 The Prairie Ensemble - $2,500 Public Art League - $1,500 University of Illinois - $11,000 University of Illinois - $5,000 University of Illinois - $3,250 University of Illinois - $5,000 University of Illinois - $11,000 University of Illinois - $31,000 City of Urbana - $3,250 Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center Foundation - $8,500 WILL-AM University of Illinois/UC - $16,174 WILL-AM University of Illinois/UC - $11,325 WILL-FM University of Illinois/UC - $16,174 WILL-FM University of Illinois/UC - $11,325 WILL-TV University of Illinois/UC - $45,300 WILL-TV University of Illinois/UC - $66,193

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104th District Representative Chad Hays (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 104 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 104th district spend more than $3.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.9 million in household income


Delivers $371,000 in state and local government revenue

The 104th district is home to 31 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Danville Symphony Orchestra, the Danville Art League, Japan House at the University of Illinois, the Vermilion County Museum, and the Danville Light Opera Company.

Rep. Chad Hays Illinois 104th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 104th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $27,950.

District Office
7 E. Fairchild St. Danville, IL 61832 P: (217) 477-0104 Email: chadh@ilga.gov

Springfield Office
220-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4811

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 104th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Dalkey Archive Press - $16,600 The Danville Art League - $1,500 The Danville Art League - $600 Danville Light Opera Company - $1,750 Danville Symphony Orchestra - $7,500

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105th District Representative Dan Brady (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 105 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 105th district spend more than $3.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 110 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.2 million in household income


Delivers $441,000 in state and local government revenue

The 105th district is home to 41 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Hyde Park Suzuki Institute, the Illinois Theatre Consortium, the Normal Theater, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, and the Community Players.

Rep. Dan Brady Illinois 105th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 105th district received 10 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $61,893.

District Office
104 W. North Street Normal, IL 61761 P: (309) 662-1100

Springfield Office
200-8N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1118

Email: dan@rep-danbrady.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 105th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Community Players - $2,250 Heartland Productions - $2,750 Illinois State University - $600 Illinois State University - $9,000 Illinois State University - $4,750 Illinois State University - $8,500 Town of Normal - $7,500 Spoon River Poetry Association - $2,000 WGLT-FM Illinois State University - $13,218 WGLT-FM Illinois State University - $11,325

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106th District Representative Josh Harms (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 106 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 106th district spend more than $868,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 27 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $792,000 in household income


Delivers $94,000 in state and local government revenue

The 106th district is home to 31 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Vermillion Players, Sugar Creek Symphony & Song, Country Theatre Workshop, and the Humiston Woods Nature Center.

Rep. Josh Harms Illinois 106th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 106th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $8,000.

District Office
342 W. Walnut St. Watseka, IL 60970 P: (815) 432-0106

Springfield Office
208-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1039

Email: staterepharms@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 106th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Country Theatre Workshop - $2,500 Sugar Creek Symphony & Song - $5,500

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107th District Representative John Cavaletto (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 107 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 107th district spend more than $3.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 105 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.1 million in household income


Delivers $391,000 in state and local government revenue

The 107th district is home to 33 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Salem Community Theatre & Cultural Center, Effingham County Fine Arts, Arts Connection of Central Illinois, and Countryside Broadcasting.

Rep. John Cavaletto Illinois 107th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 107th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 107th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $9,000.

District Office 1370 W. Main St., Ste A P.O. Box 1264 Salem, IL 62881 P: (618) 548-9080

Springfield Office 205-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0066

Email: john@johncavaletto.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 107th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Centralia Cultural Society - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Arts Connection of Central Illinois - $9,000

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108th District Representative Charles Meier (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 108 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 108th district spend more than $705,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 21 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $615,000 in household income


Delivers $79,000 in state and local government revenue

The 108th district is home to 16 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Highland Area Arts Council, Masterworks Chorale, Highland Historical Society, the Gateway Dulcimer Music Festival, and Gateway East Artist's Guild.

Rep. Charles Meier Illinois 108th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 108th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,300.

District Office
821 Main St. Highland, IL 62249 P: (618) 651-0405

Springfield Office
206-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6401

Email: repcmeier@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 108th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Gateway Dulcimer Society - $1,050 Highland Area Arts Council - $1,250

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109th District Representative David Reis (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 109 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 109th district spend more than $506,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 15 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $438,000 in household income


Delivers $57,000 in state and local government revenue

The 109th district is home to 21 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Olney Arts Council, Wabash Valley Arts Council, the White County Historical Society, and the Southern Illinois Association of Museums.

Rep. David Reis Illinois 109th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 109th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $750.

District Office
219 E. Main St. P.O. Box 189 Olney, IL 62450 P: (618) 392-0108

Springfield Office
632 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2087

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 109th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Olney Arts Council - $750

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110th District Representative Brad Halbrook (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 110 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 110th district spend more than $559,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $464,000 in household income


Delivers $65,000 in state and local government revenue

The 110th district is home to 38 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Gas Light Art Colony, the Mattoon Arts Council, Charleston Alley Theater, and the Illinois Oil Field Museum & Resource Center.

Rep. Brad Halbrook Illinois 110th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 110th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $94,325.

District Office
506 W. Lincoln Ave. Suite 200 C-1 Charleston, IL 61920 P: (217) 348-1110

Springfield Office
213-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1040

Email: staterephalbrook@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 110th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Eastern Illinois University - $3,020 Karamu Association - $700 WEIU-TV Eastern Illinois University - $45,305 WEIU-TV Eastern Illinois University - $45,300

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111th District Representative Daniel Beiser (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 111 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 111th district spend more than $5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 155 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.6 million in household income


Delivers $543,000 in state and local government revenue

The 111th district is home to 17 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Alton Symphony Orchestra, Alton Little Theater, the Jacoby Arts Center, African Musical Arts, Alton Museum of History & Art, and the Great Rivers Choral Society.

Rep. Daniel Beiser Illinois 111th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 111th district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $21,700.

District Office
528 Henry St. Alton, IL 62002 P: (618) 465-5900

Springfield Office
269-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5996

Email: dvbeiser@sbcglobal.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 111th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Alton Symphony Orchestra - $2,500 Alton Youth Symphony - $1,150 Great Rivers Choral Society - $1,750 Jacoby Arts Center - $7,000 Jacoby Arts Center - $6,000 Jacoby Arts Center - $3,300

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112th District Representative Dwight Kay (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 112 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 112th district spend more than $510,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $465,000 in household income


Delivers $55,000 in state and local government revenue

The 112th district is home to 20 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including SIUE Arts & Issues, the Edwardsville Childrens Museum, the Collinsville Historical Museum, and the Madison County Historical Society.

Rep. Dwight Kay Illinois 112th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 112th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $6,750.

District Office
101 Southpointe Dr. Ste B Edwardsville, IL 62025 P: (618) 307-9200

Springfield Office
223-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8018

Email: dwightkay112@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 112th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville - $4,000 St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for Arts - $2,750

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113th District Representative Jay Hoffman (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 112 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 112th district spend more than $3.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 85 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.4 million in household income


Delivers $397,000 in state and local government revenue

The 112th district is home to 19 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Art on the Square Foundation, St Clair County Historical Society, the St Louis Jazz Club, and the Cahokia Mounds Museum Society.

Rep. Jay Hoffman Illinois 113th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 112th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,750.

District Office
312 S. High St. Belleville, IL 62220 P: (618) 416-7407

Springfield Office
261-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0104

Email: repjayhoffman@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 113th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Masterworks Chorale - $2,750

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114th District Representative Eddie Jackson, Sr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 114 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 114th district spend more than $1.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 44 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $186,000 in state and local government revenue

The 114th district is home to 21 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Hettenhausen Center for the Arts, Looking Glass Playhouse, the Katherine Dunham Dynamic Museum, and the Greater St. Louis Air & Space Museum.

Rep. Eddie Jackson, Sr. Illinois 114th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 114th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 114th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $10,250.

District Office 4700 State Street Ste 2 East St. Louis, IL 62205 P: (618) 875-9950 Email: bbsty2010@gmail.com

Springfield Office 200-7S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5951

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 114th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Southwestern Illinois College - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Dunham Centers for Arts and Humanities - $3,250 Looking Glass Playhouse - $1,500 McKendree University - $5,500

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115th District Representative Mike Bost (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 115 th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 115th district spend more than $6.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 190 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5.5 million in household income


Delivers $736,000 in state and local government revenue

The 115th district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Carbondale Community Arts, the Granada Center for the Performing Arts, The Science Center, Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra, and Cedarhurst Center for the Arts.

Rep. Mike Bost Illinois 115th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 115th district received 15 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $284,495.

District Office
300 E. Main St. Carbondale, IL 62901 P: (618) 457-5787 F: (618) 457-2990

Springfield Office
202-N Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0387 F: (217) 557-7213

Email: rep.bost@hotmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 115th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Carbondale Community Arts - $17,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $7,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $25,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $3,300 John R. & Eleanor R. Mitchell Foundation - $26,200 Southern Illinois Irish Festival - $1,500 Southern Illinois University - $4,750 Southern Illinois University - $7,500 Tri-County Special Education Cooperative - $2,500 WSIU-FM - $12,222 WSIU-FM - $11,325 WSIU-TV - $37,799 WSIU-TV - $45,300 WUSI-TV - $37,799 WUSI-TV - $45,300
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116th District Representative Jerry Costello II (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 116th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 116th district spend more than $485,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 16 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $463,000 in household income


Delivers $50,000 in state and local government revenue

Rep. Jerry Costello Illinois 116th District

The 116th district is home to 25 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Rural Heritage Museum, the Illinois High School Basketball Hall of Fame & Museum, Monroe Actors Stage Company, and The Actors Attic.

District Office
124 Locust St. Red Bud, IL 62278 P: (618) 282-7284 F: (618) 282-7286

Springfield Office
200-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1018 F: (217) 558-4502

Email: staterepcostello@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 116 District

No Grants Received

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117th District Representative John Bradley (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 117th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 117th district spend more than $1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 33 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $994,000 in household income


Delivers $112,000 in state and local government revenue

The 117th district is home to 18 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Artstarts Company, the Illinois Broadcasters Association, the Little Egypt Arts Association, and the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.

Rep. John Bradley Illinois 117th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 117th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,250.

District Office
501 W. DeYoung St. Ste 5 Marion, IL 62959 P: (618) 997-9697

Springfield Office
259-S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1051

Email: repjohnbradley@mychoice.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 117th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Little Egypt Arts Association - $1,750 Marion Cultural & Civic Center - $5,500

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118th District Representative Brandon Phelps (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 118th State House District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 118th district spend more than $134,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 4 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $128,000 in household income


Delivers $14,000 in state and local government revenue.

Rep. Brandon Phelps Illinois 118th District

The 113th district is home to 23 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Cairo Historical Association, the Olmsted Historical Society, and the Heterodyne Broadcasting Company.

District Office
607 S. Commercial St. Ste B Harrisburg, IL 62946 P: (618) 253-4189

Springfield Office
200-9S Stratton Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5131

Email: bphelps118@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 118 District

No Grants Received

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1st District Senator Antonio Munoz (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 1 st State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 1st Senate district spend more than $21 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 595 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $12.5 million in household income


Delivers $2.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 1st district is home to 47 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Changing Worlds, the Chicago Urban Art Society, ElevArte Community Studios, Redmoon Theater, Chicago Public Art Group, and the National Museum of Mexican Art.

Sen. Antonio Munoz Illinois 1st District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 1st Senate district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $40,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 1st Senate district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $83,720.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 1st Senate district received 5 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $20,500. District Office 1836 W. 35th St. 1st Floor Chicago, IL 60609 P: (773) 869-9050 F: (773) 869-9046 Springfield Office 323 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-9415 F: (217) 558-1042

Email: amunoz@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 1st District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Film Archives - $20,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $20,000
Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Artists Coop Residency/Exhibit Project - $1,750 Changing Worlds - $6,500 Chicago Film Archives - $3,250 Clinard Dance Theatre - $1,500 The Edutainment Project - $5,000 Elevarte Community Studio - $7,500 Hedges Elem School - $7,380 HumanThread Foundation - $750 Mexican Folkloric Dance Company of Chicago - $1,500 Midwest Film - $4,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $32,700 National Museum of Mexican Art - $890 Redmoon Theater - $11,000

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2nd District Senator William Delgado (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 2 nd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 2nd Senate district spend more than $12 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 370 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $8.2 million in household income


Delivers $1.2 million in state and local government revenue

The 2nd district is home to 52 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Near Northwest Arts Council, Adventure Stage Chicago, the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance, the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center, and Young Chicago Authors.

Sen. William Delgado Illinois 2nd District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 2nd district, totaling $110,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd Senate district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $57,000.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd Senate district received 5 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $30,500. District Office 4150 W. Armitage Ave. Chicago, IL 60639 P: (773) 292-0202 F: (773) 292-1903 Springfield Office 623 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5652 F: (217) 782-1631

Email: wdelgado@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 2nd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Community Television Network - $65,000 Young Chicago Authors - $20,000
Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Archi-treasures Association - $6,500 Association House of Chicago - $2,750 Casa Central Social Services - $1,500 Community Television Network - $7,500 Hromovytsia Ukrainian Dance Ensemble - $3,250 Lampo - $950 Near Northwest Arts Council - $2,500 Norman Bridge Elementary School - $1,000 Northwestern University Settlement Association - $10,000 Roots & Culture - $1,050 Rumble Arts Center - $5,000 Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center - $5,000 Young Chicago Authors - $10,000

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3rd District Senator Mattie Hunter (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 3 rd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 3rd Senate district spend more than $900 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 25,900 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $579 million in household income


Delivers $83.6 million in state and local government revenue

The 3rd district is home to 253 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Poetry Foundation, WYCC-TV, the Ryan Opera Center, eta Creative Arts Foundation, Columbia College of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Goodman Theatre, and the Lyric Opera of Chicago. National Endowment for the Arts

Sen. Mattie Hunter Illinois 3rd District

In 2013, arts organizations in the 3rd district received 30 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $1,659,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 3rd district received 99 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,715,962.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 3rd district received 31 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $201,500. District Office 2929 S. Wabash Ave. Ste. 102 Chicago, IL 60616 P: (312) 949-1908 F: (312) 949-1958 Springfield Office 619 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5966 F: (217) 782-1631

Email: mhunter@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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NEA Grants Received in the 3rd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Chicago Architecture Foundation $25,000 Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education - $45,000 Chicago Chamber Musicians - $15,000 Chicago Film Archives - $20,000 Chicago Human Rhythm Project - $10,000 Chicago Humanities Festival - $20,000 Chicago International Film Festival - $35,000 Chicago Opera Theater - $27,500 Chicago Sinfonietta - $12,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $50,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra $80,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $75,000 Chinese Fine Arts Society - $17,500 Chicago DCASE - $45,000 Columbia College Chicago - $30,000 Instituto Cervantes of Chicago - $20,000 International Music Foundation - $11,500 Jazz Institute of Chicago - $12,500 Joffrey Ballet - $15,000 League of Chicago Theatres Foundation - $10,000 Muntu Dance Theatre - $20,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $20,000 River North Dance Company - $10,000 Rush Hour Concerts at St. James Cathedral - $10,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 3rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


137 Films - $2,500 Access Living of Metro Chicago - $4,750 Apollo Chorus of Chicago - $7,500 Art Institute of Chicago - $60,000 Arts & Business Council of Chicago - $11,000 Audience Architects - $5,500 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University - $10,000 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University - $15,000 Ballet Chicago Company - $10,000 Baroque Band - $4,750 Beasley Academic Center - $1,000 Big Shoulders Fund - $12,000 Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Chicago - $1,250 Cerqua Rivera Art Experience - $5,000 Chicago Architecture Foundation - $7,000 Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education - $10,000 The Chicago Chamber Musicians - $11,000 The Chicago Children's Choir - $11,000 Chicago Cultural Alliance $8,500 Chicago DCASE - $145,000 Chicago DCASE - $42,800 Chicago Fringe Festival - $1,500 Chicago Human Rhythm Project - $9,000 Chicago Humanities Festival - $11,000 Chicago Philharmonic Society - $7,500 Chicago Sinfonietta $10,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $11,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $60,000 Chicago Theatre Group-Goodman - $35,700 Chicago Theatre Group-Goodman - $7,500 Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras - $11,000 Chinese Fine Arts Society - $2,750 Cinema of Chicago - $9,000 City Colleges of Chicago - $10,000 The Classical Symphony Orchestra - $4,750 Columbia College Chicago - $9,000 Columbia College Chicago - $4,000 Columbia College Chicago - $7,500 Columbia College Chicago - $10,000 Columbia College Chicago - $9,000 Columbia College Chicago - $11,000 Columbia College Chicago - $11,000 Columbia College Chicago $6,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 3rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Columbia College Chicago - $7,500 Columbia College Chicago - $4,750 Cube - $950 Dance COLEctive - $2,500 DanceWorks Chicago - $7,500 Deeply Rooted Productions - $8,500 DePaul University - $5,000 ETA Creative Arts Foundation - $21,600 Gilda's Club Chicago - $850 Gilloury Institute - $10,000 Groundswell Educational Films - $2,750 Gus Giordano's Jazz Dance Chicago - $11,000 Illinois Arts Alliance - $11,000 Illinois Arts Alliance - $75,000 The Illinois Humanities Council - $317,000 The Illinois Humanities Council - $91,500 Independent Feature Project Midwest - $4,000 Ingenuity Chicago - $15,000 Instituto Cervantes Of Chicago - $10,000 International Latino Cultural Center - $10,000 International Music Foundation - $5,500 Jazz Institute of Chicago - $10,000 The Joffrey Ballet - $22,600 Kalapriya Foundation - $4,750 League of Chicago Theatres Foundation - $11,000 Luna Negra Dance Theater - $11,000 Lyric Opera of Chicago - $60,000 Mordine & Company Dance Theatre - $2,750 Mordine & Company Dance Theatre - $2,750 MPAACT - $6,750 Muntu Dance Theatre - $11,000 Muntu Dance Theatre - $950 Music of the Baroque Concerts - $11,000 Natya Dance Theatre - $7,500 Natya Dance Theatre - $950 Ruth Page Foundation - $10,000 Palette & Chisel Academy of Fine Art - $6,500 PianoForte Foundation - $2,750 Chicago Poetry Slam - $2,000 Reading In Motion - $11,000 Rembrandt Chamber Players - $3,250 River North Dance Company - $10,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 3rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Rush Hour Concerts at St James Cathedral - $8,500 Ryan Opera Center - $11,000 School of the Art Institute - $9,000 School of the Art Institute - $11,000 School of the Art Institute - $4,750 School of the Art Institute - $9,000 Seanachai Theatre Company - $2,000 ShawChicago Theater Company - $3,250 South Shore Drill Team - $10,000 Blair Thomas & Company - $3,250 Urban Gateways - $25,000 Urban Gateways - $12,000 WYCC Television - $91,112 WYCC Television - $45,300

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4th District Senator Kimberly Lightford (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 4 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 4th Senate district spend more than $2.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 67 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.9 million in household income


Delivers $245,000 in state and local government revenue

The 4th district is home to 32 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the LaGrange Art League, BUILD Youth Arts Programming, Maywood Fine Arts Association, Schola Antiqua of Chicago Foundation, and Steckman Studio of Music.

Sen. Kimberly Lightford Illinois 4th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 4th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 4th district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $25,150. District Office 10001 W. Roosevelt Rd. Ste. 202 Westchester, IL 60154 P: (708) 343-7444 F: (708) 343-7400 Springfield Office 323 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8505 F: (217) 558-2068

Email: klightford@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 4th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Maywood Fine Arts Association - $10,000 BUILD - $950 CORE Music Foundation - $1,000 Dominican University - $9,000 Schola Antiqua of Chicago Foundation - $950 Steckman Studio of Music - $3,250

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5th District Senator Patricia Van Pelt (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 5 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 5th Senate district spend more than $107 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 3,100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $70.1 million in household income


Delivers $9.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 5th district is home to 138 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Chicago Childrens Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance, the Marwen Foundation, Merit School of Music, Najwa Dance Corps, and Steppenwolf Theater Company.

Sen. Patricia Van Pelt Illinois 5th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 9 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 5th district, totaling $335,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th district received 49 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $338,270.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th district received 14 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $61,500. District Office 1016 W. Jackson St. Chicago, IL 60612 P: (312) 888-9191 F: (312) 277-3716 Springfield Office 218A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6252

Email: pwatkins@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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NEA Grants Received in the 5th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Dancing Company - $10,000 Chicago Jazz Philharmonic - $15,000 Hubbard Street Dance Chicago - $70,000 Marwen Foundation - $60,000 Neighborhood Housing Services - $25,000 Steppenwolf Theatre Company - $100,000 Storycatchers Theatre - $10,000 University of Illinois at Chicago $20,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 5th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


826CHI - $5,500 Bella Voce - $3,250 Chicago Access Corporation - $10,000 Chicago Artists' Coalition - $8,500 Chicago Children's Theatre - $9,000 Chicago Dramatists - $10,000 Chicago Jazz Philharmonic - $7,500 Circle Theatre of Forest Park - $5,000 Collaboraction Theatre Company - $6,500 Community Renewal Chorus & All God's Children - $1,500 Garfield Park Conservatory Alliance - $9,000 Heaven Gallery - $2,000 Holy Trinity Polish Mission - $2,750 Homeroom - $550 Hubbard Street Dance Chicago - $22,800 Illinois Migrant Council - $550 Intonation Music Workshop - $6,000 International Contemporary Ensemble Foundation - $10,000 Intuit Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art - $7,500 Lawyers for the Creative Arts - $8,500 Marwen Foundation - $11,000 Merit School of Music - $11,000 Najwa Dance Corps - $2,000 Najwa Dance Corps - $950 Najwa Dance Corps - $3,500 National Hellenic Museum - $9,000 Rock for Kids - $7,500 Shattered Globe Theatre - $2,750 Snow City Arts Foundation - $11,000 Spudnik Press Cooperative - $3,750 St Leonard's Ministries - $6,080 Steppenwolf Theatre Company Storycatchers Theatre - $10,000 Street-Level Youth Media - $7,500 Suzuki-Orff School of Music - $10,000 Synapse Arts Collective - $950 Thodos Dance Chicago - $11,000 Threewalls - $8,500 Threewalls - $850 Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art - $4,750 University of Illinois at Chicago - $1,500 University of Illinois at Chicago - $7,000 University of Illinois at Chicago - $6,500 Woman Made - $4,750 Zephyr Dance Ensemble - $2,750

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Senate President John Cullerton (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 6 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 6th Senate district spend more than $118 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 3,300 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $71.9 million in household income


Delivers $11.2 million in state and local government revenue

The 6th district is home to 190 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Chicago History Museum, A Red Orchid Theatre, Theater Wit, Victory Gardens Theater, Links Hall, The Saints, Chicago A Cappella, and Timeline Theatre Company.

President John Cullerton Illinois 6th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 4 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $120,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 59 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $288,210.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th district received 12 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $58,000. District Office 1726 W. Belmont Ave. Chicago, IL 60657 P: (773) 883-0770 F: (773) 880-9083 Springfield Office 327 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2728 F: (217) 782-3242

Email: jcullerton@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 6th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Facets Multimedia - $65,000 Victory Gardens Theater - $25,000 Fulcrum Point New Music Project - $20,000 Society of Architectural Historians - $10,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Albany Park Theater Project - $7,500 American Theater Company - $9,000 ARC Educational Foundation - $1,500 Ars Musica Chicago - $600 Bucktown Fine Arts - $3,250 Caffeine Theatre - $1,250 Chicago a cappella - $8,500 Chicago Arts Orchestra - $1,500 Chicago Brass Band Association - $2,000 Chicago Dancing Company - $6,500 Chicago Fusion Theatre - $600 Chicago History Museum - $10,000 Chicago Gay Men's Chorus - $7,500 Chicago Metro Symphony Orchestra - $950 The Chicago Mosaic School - $2,750 Chicago Moving Company - $3,750 Chicago Photography Center - $7,500 Chicago Women's Caucus for Art - $850 Child's Play Touring Theatre - $6,500 Congo Square Theatre Company - $5,500 Corn Productions - $1,500 Dal Niente New Music - $2,750 Emerald City Theatre Company - $10,000 Fulcrum Point New Music Project - $ 7,500 Genesis at the Crossroads - $2,750 Global Explorers Kids - $950 Greeley Elementary School - $25,080 Griffin Theatre Company - $6,500 Hawthorne Scholastic Academy - $4,730

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Grants Received in the 6th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Hypocrites - $4,750 Illinois Council of Orchestras - $1,050 Imagination Theater - $6,500 Inaside Chicago Dance - $1,500 International College of Surgeons - $6,000 Jump Rhythm Jazz Project - $5,000 Kartemquin Educational Films - $10,000 Korean American Community Services - $2,500 Links Hall - $6,500 Moving Dock Theatre Company - $1,150 The Oriana Singers - $2,500 Perceptual Motion - $2,000 Pint-Size Publications - $950 Profiles Performance Ensemble - $6,500 A Red Orchid Theatre - $6,500 Red Tape Theatre Company - $1,500 Remy Bumppo Theatre Company - $9,000 Same Planet Different World - $1,500 Sing to Live, Live to Sing - $1,500 Stage Left - $2,750 Still Point Theatre Collective - $2,250 Theater Wit - $7,500 Third Coast Percussion - $3,250 Time of Your Life Players - $650 TimeLine Theatre Company - $11,000 Trap Door Productions - $2,250 Viaduct Arts Coalition - $6,500 Vicarious Theatre Company - $1,750 Victory Gardens Theater - $23,100 Walkabout Theater Company - $1,050

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7th District Senator Heather Steans (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 7 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 7th Senate district spend more than $105 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $54.4 million in household income


Delivers $10.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 7th district is home to 213 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including About Face Theatre Collective, Asian Improv Arts Midwest, the Black Ensemble Theater, Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts, and the Sones de Mexico Ensemble.

Sen. Heather Steans Illinois 7th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th district received 5 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $77,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th district received 69 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $334,645.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th district received 18 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $72,500. District Office 5533 N. Broadway St. Chicago, IL 60640 P: (773) 769-1717 F: (773) 769-6901 Springfield Office M120 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8492 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: hsteans@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 7th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


About Face Theatre Collective - $20,000 Chicago Filmmakers - $15,000 Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts - $20,000 Experimental Sound Studio - $12,000 Old Town School of Folk Music - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
About Face Theatre Collective - $9,000 Acess Contemporary Music - $4,000 African American Arts Alliance of Chicago - $2,750 American Indian Center of Chicago - $2,500 Antibody Dance - $600 Anubis Quartet Performing Arts - $550 Asian Improv Arts Midwest - $8,500 Barrel of Monkeys Productions - $6,500 Black Ensemble Theater Corporation - $11,000 Bohemian Theatre Ensemble - $2,750 Cambodian Association of Illinois - $4,750 Cedille Chicago - $11,000 Chicago Chamber Choir - $1,500 Chicago City Theatre Company - $10,000 Chicago Dance Crash - $2,000 The Chicago Ensemble - $1,750 Chicago Filmmakers - $7,500 Chicago Tap Theatre - $2,750 Chicspeare Production Company - $950 CircEsteem - $7,500 City Lit Theatre Company - $4,750 Company of Folk - $9,500 Company of Folk - $12,500 Convent of the Sacred Heart - $2,080

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Grants Received in the 7th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Eclipse Theatre Company - $2,750 Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts - $11,000 Elements Contemporary Ballet - $1,500 Experimental Sound Studio - $4,000 William Ferris Chorale - $3,750 Fifth House Ensemble - $5,500 Kidworks Touring Theatre Company - $2,000 Lake Shore Symphony Orchestra - $1,750 Lifeline Productions - $10,000 Lincoln Square Arts Center - $850 The Lira Ensemble - $8,500 Loyola University Chicago - $9,000 Loyola University Chicago - $10,000 Mad Shak Dance Company - $2,200 Hedwig Dances - $4,750 The House Theatre of Chicago - $9,000 International Chamber Artists - $2,500 Kuumba Lynx - $6,000 Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company - $1,500 The Neo-Futurists - $6,500 New Millennium Theatre Company - $950 New Suit Theatre - $600 Old Town School of Folk Music - $33,100 The Paper Machete - $550 People's Music School - $10,000 Polarity Ensemble Theatre - $1,500 Portoluz - $2,000 Quest Theatre Ensemble - $2,065 Rambunctious Press - $600 Redtwist Theatre - $2,750 Rivendell Theatre Ensemble - $4,000 The Ruckus Theater - $1,150 Raven Theatre Company - $6,500 Senior Artist Network - $600 Sideshow Theatre Company - $2,500 Silent Theatre Company - $1,750 Sones De Mexico Ensemble - $8,500 Steep Theatre Company - $4,000 Stir-Friday Night! - $600 Strange Tree Group - $1,500 Striding Lion InterArts Workshop - $4,750 Swedish American Museum Association of Chicago - $11,000 Theater Oobleck - $1,050 TPA Network - $850 Utopian Theatre Asylum - $2,000

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8th District Senator Ira Silverstein (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 8 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 8th Senate district spend more than $74 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $47.9 million in household income


Delivers $6.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 8th district is home to 76 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including WTTW, Arts at Large, Ensemble Espaol, the Indo American Center, Anatomically Correct, the Chicago Film Archives, Chicago Winds, and the Irish American Heritage Center.

Sen. Ira Silverstein Illinois 8th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 8th district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $30,000,

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 8th district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $672,027.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, an arts organization in the 8th district received a grant from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $6,500. District Office 2951 W. Devon Ave. Chicago, IL 60659 P: (773) 743-5015 F: (773) 743-4750 Springfield Office 121B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5500 F: (217) 782-5340

Email: isilverstein@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 8th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Korean American Resource and Cultural Center - $10,000 Window to the World Communications - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Anatomically Correct - $950 T. Daniel Productions - $1,150 Ensemble Espaol - $6,375 Erasing the Distance - $4,000 Flood Editions - $2,000 Irish American Heritage Center - $10,000 Korean American Resource and Cultural Center - $3,750 Sauganash Neighbors For New Park - $7,500 Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park - $2,500 Wildwood Elementary School - $5,100 WTTW Communications - $22,500 WTTW Communications - $563,402 WTTW Communications - $45,300

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9th District Senator Daniel Biss (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 9 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 9th Senate district spend more than $79 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,319 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $67.9 million in household income


Delivers $9 million in state and local government revenue

The 9th district is home to 161 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Art Encounter, Kohl Childrens Museum, the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, the Music Institute of Chicago, the Skokie Valley Symphony, Writers Theatre, North Shore Performing Arts Center, and the North Shore Art League.

Sen. Daniel Biss Illinois 9th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 9th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $30,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th district received 41 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $251,200.

District Office 3706 Dempster St. Skokie, IL 60076 P: (847) 568-1250 F: (847) 568-1256 Email: senatorbiss@gmail.com

Springfield Office M121 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2119 F: (217) 782-0715

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 9th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Literature for All of Us - $30,000

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Actors Gymnasium - $10,000 All-Village Singers - $950 Art Encounter - $7,500 Chicago Barn Dance Company - $1,750 Chicago Jazz Orchestra Association - $4,750 Evanston Art Center - $11,000 Evanston Arts Council - $9,000 Evanston Arts Council - $11,000 Evanston Dance Ensemble - $4,000 Kohl Children's Museum - $11,000 Lakeside Singers - $4,750 Light Opera Works - $11,000 Lincoln Elem School PTA - $1,000 Literature for All of Us - $7,000 Literature for All of Us - $8,500 Midwest Palliative & Hospice CareCenter - $6,000 The Musical Offering - $5,500 Music Institute of Chicago - $10,000 Next Theatre Company - $6,500 North Shore Art League - $6,500 Northlight Theatre - $19,900 Northbrook Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 Northshore Concert Band - $5,500 Northwest Center Traditional Polish Folk Dancers - $3,250 Northwestern University - $11,000 Open Studio Project - $4,750 Opera Training Institute of Chicago - $1,050 Piven Theatre Workshop - $10,000 The Poetry Forum - $700 Renovo String Orchestra - $600 The Savoy-aires - $1,750 Skokie Northshore Sculpture Park - $2,500 Skokie Park District - $3,250 Willard Elementary School - $6,000 Wilmette Jr High School - $1,000 Writers' Theatre - $11,000 Youth Choral Theater of Chicago - $7,500

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10th District Senator John Mulroe (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 10 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 10th Senate district spend more than $5.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 152 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.4 million in household income


Delivers $570,000 in state and local government revenue

The 10th district is home to 42 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Brickton Art Center, the Park Ridge Fine Arts Society, The Gift Theatre Company, Arts Alive, the Chicago Dance Institute, and Emergent Theatre Company.

Sen. John Mulroe Illinois 10th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 10th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $31,590.

District Office
6107 B N. Northwest Hwy. Chicago, IL 60631 P: (773) 763-3810 F: (773) 763-3881

Springfield Office
127 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1035 F: (217) 782-2331

Email: jmulroe@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 10th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Brickton Art Center - $4,000 Chicago Kids Company - $6,500 Ebinger Elementary School - $14,840 The Lutheran Choir of Chicago - $1,500 Paderewski Symphony Orchestra - $4,750

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11th District Senator Martin Sandoval (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 11 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 11th Senate district spend more than $1.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 48 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.1 million in household income


Delivers $191,000 in state and local government revenue

The 11th district is home to 8 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Acappellago, the Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, Lucky Plush Productions, the Riverside Arts Center, and Teatro Americano.

Sen. Martin Sandoval Illinois 11th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 11th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $17,300.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, an arts organization in the 11th district received a grant from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $3,500.

District Office 5807 W. 35th St. Cicero, IL 60804 P: (708) 656-2002 F: (708) 656-7608

Springfield Office 111 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5304 F: (217) 558-6006

Email: msandoval@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 11th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Acappellago $1,050 Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture - $7,500 Lucky Plush Productions - $5,500 Riverside Arts Center - $3,250

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12th District Senator Steven Landek (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 12 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 12th Senate district spend more than $133 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 3,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $107 million in household income


Delivers $16 million in state and local government revenue

The 12th district is home to 20 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including 16th Street Theater, Berwyn Arts Council Foundation, the Brookfield Zoo, the American Police Center & Museum, and the Berwyn Historical Society.

Sen. Steven Landek Illinois 12th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 12th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $8,190.

District Office
6215 W. 79th St. Suite 1A Burbank, IL 60459 P: (708) 430-2510

Springfield Office
113 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0054 F: (217) 782-2331

Email: senatorlandek@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 12th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


16th Street Theater - $4,000 Hollywood Elementary School - $4,190

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13th District Senator Kwame Raoul (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 13 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 13th Senate district spend more than $661 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 18,200 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $388 million in household income


Delivers $64.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 13th district is home to 127 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Adler Planetarium, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the Dusable Museum of African American History, the Field Museum, Lookingglass Theatre Company, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Museum of Science & Industry.

Sen. Kwame Raoul Illinois 13th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 13 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and individual artists in the 13th district, totaling $293,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th district received 31 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $472,064.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th district received 6 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $25,500. District Office 1509 E. 53rd St. 2nd Floor Chicago, IL 60615 P: (773) 363-1996 F: (773) 681-7166 Springfield Office 122 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5338 F: (217) 558-6006

Email: kraoul@senatedem.ilga.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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NEA Grants Received in the 13th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013 Chicago Shakespeare Theater - $50,000 Lookingglass Theatre Company - $15,000 Museum of Contemporary Art - $45,000 Music and Dance Theater Chicago - $10,000 Third Coast International Audio Festival - $28,000 Court Theatre Fund - $10,000 Neighborhood Writing Alliance - $10,000 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago - $20,000 South Chicago Art Center - $20,000 University of Chicago - $15,000 University of Chicago - $20,000

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IACA Grants Received in the 13th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Africa International House USA - $10,000 Chicago Children's Museum - $11,000 Chicago Chorale - $3,250 Chicago Community Chorus - $1,750 Chicago Park District - $11,000 Chicago Public Media - $10,000 Chicago Public Media - $172,539 Chicago Public Media - $11,325 Chicago Shakespeare Theater - $25,500 Community Film Workshop of Chicago - $2,000 Court Theatre Fund - $21,500 Field Museum of Natural History - $30,000 Grant Park Orchestral Association - $12,000 Hyde Park Art Center - $12,000 Hyde Park Youth Symphony - $2,000 Little Black Pearl Workshop - $10,000 Lookingglass Theatre Company - $9,000 Museum of Contemporary Art - $31,700 Museum of Contemporary Art - $7,500 Music & Dance Theater Chicago - $10,000 New Sullivan Elementary School - $1,000 Pegasus Players - $2,750 Renaissance Society at University of Chicago - $11,000 South Chicago Art Center - $7,500 Tellin' Tales Theatre - $2,000 Third Coast International Audio Festival - $7,500 University of Chicago - $6,500 University of Chicago - $7,000 University of Chicago - $3,250 University of Chicago - $11,000

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14th District Senator Emil Jones III (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 14 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 14th Senate district spend more than $644,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 19 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $470,000 in household income


Delivers $64,000 in state and local government revenue

The 14th district is home to 30 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Musical Arts Institute, the Lithuanian Opera Company, the Nubian Cultural Center, the Sammy Dyer School of the Theater, and Vivian G. Harsh Society.

Sen. Emil Jones III Illinois 14th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 14th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,500.

District Office
507 W. St. Chicago, IL 60628 P: (773) 995-7748 F: (773) 995-9061 111th

Springfield Office
121D Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-9573 F: (217) 557-3930

Email: ejones@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 14th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Musical Arts Institute - $1,500

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15th District Senator Napoleon Harris (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 15 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 15th Senate district spend more than $43,500 each year.* This spending:
Supports a full-time-equivalent job

Generates $40,000 in household income


Delivers $4,600 in state and local government revenue

The 15th district is home to 20 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including La Bagatae Dance And Drum Corporation, the South Holland Historical Society, the Tall Grass Writers Guild, Homewood Historical Society, and Van Moody Community Band.

Sen. Napoleon Harris Illinois 15th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 15th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,050.

District Office
369 E.147th St. Unit H Harvey, IL 60426 P: (708) 893-0552 F: (708) 566-4108

Springfield Office
M108 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8066 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: nharris@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 15th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Central Park Elem School $1,000 Tall Grass Writers Guild - $1,050

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16th District Senator Jacqueline Collins (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 16 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 16th Senate district spend more than $194,000 each year.* This spending:
Supports 6 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $172,000 in household income


Delivers $19,000 in state and local government revenue

The 16th district is home to 14 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including The Rhythms Project, the Wooten Choral Ensemble, Musichorale, Ghana National Council of Metropolitan Chicago, the Uzbek American Association of Chicago, and KV 265.

Sen. Jacqueline Collins Illinois 16th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 16th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $655.

District Office
1155 W. St. Chicago, IL 60620 P: (773) 224-2830 F: (773) 224-2855 79th

Springfield Office
M114 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1607 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: Jcollins@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 16th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


The Montessori Network - $665

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17th District Senator Donne Trotter (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 17 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 17th Senate district spend more than $4.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 110 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2 million in household income


Delivers $484,000 in state and local government revenue

The 17th district is home to 29 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Bronzeville Childrens Museum, Blues Kids Foundation, Global Girls, Historic Pullman Foundation, Historic Pullman Garden Club, and Chicago Couture Fashion Week.

Sen. Donne Trotter Illinois 17th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 17th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $3,250.

District Office
8658 S. Cottage Grove Chicago, IL 60619 P: (773) 933-7715 F: (773) 933-5498

Springfield Office
627 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3201 F: (217) 782-8201

Email: dtrotter@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 17th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bronzeville Childrens Museum $3,250

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18th District Senator Bill Cunningham (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 18 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 18th Senate district spend more than $13 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 370 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $9.2 million in household income


Delivers $1.4 million in state and local government revenue

The 18th district is home to 34 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Music Educators Association, Palos Fine Arts, Interrobang Theatre Project, the Beverly Art Center, the Southwest Symphony Orchestra, the McCord House, Terra Nova Films, and The Childrens Museum in Oak Lawn.

Sen. Bill Cunningham Illinois 18th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 18th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 18th district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $52,000.

District Office 5807 W. 35th St. Cicero, IL 60804 P: (708) 656-2002 F: (708) 656-7608

Springfield Office 111 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5304 F: (217) 558-6006

Email: bill@billcunningham.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 18th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Children's Museum in Oak Lawn - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Beverly Arts Center of Chicago - $11,000 Illinois Music Education Association - $10,000 McCord House - $8,500 Moraine Valley Community College - $9,000 Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School - $1,750 Southwest Symphony Orchestra - $2,750 Terra Nova Films - $9,000

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19th District Senator Michael Hastings (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 19 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 19th Senate district spend more than $1.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 35 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1 million in household income


Delivers $121,000 in state and local government revenue

The 19th district is home to 28 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Collective Theatre Company, Curtain Call Community Theatre, the Frankfort Childrens Museum, Norton Building Concert Series, Sinnerman Ensemble, and Reel History.

Sen. Michael Hastings Illinois 19th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 19th district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $4,000.

District Office
813 School Rd. Matteson, IL 60443 P: (708) 283-4125 F: (708) 253-1313

Springfield Office
307A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-9595

Email: mhastings@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 19th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Curtain Call Community Theatre $4,000

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20th District Senator Iris Martinez (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 20 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 20th Senate district spend more than $8.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 230 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4.6 million in household income


Delivers $896,000 in state and local government revenue

The 20th district is home to 67 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Elastic Arts Foundation, Aerial Dance Chicago, Guild Complex, the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, Wici Song & Dance Company, Voice of the City, Visceral Dance Chicago, and Porchlight Theater Ensemble.

Sen. Iris Martinez Illinois 20th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 4 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 20th district, totaling $70,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 20th district received 24 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $63,250.

Chicago Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 20th district received 4 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $20,000. District Office 2845 N. Kedzie Ave. Chicago, IL 60618 P: (773) 463-0720 F: (773) 463-0795 Springfield Office 413 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8191 F: (217) 782-3088

Email: ilsenate20@sbcglobal.net
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum - $15,000 Guild Complex - $10,000 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Aerial Dance Chicago - $2,250 Aguijon Theater Company - $2,750 Backstage Theatre Company - $1,500 Chicago Korean-American Art Association - $1,750 Elastic Arts Foundation - $3,250 The Factory Theater - $2,500 The Guild Complex - $3,750 Halcyon Theatre - $1,250 I am Logan Square - $3,250 InFusion Theatre Company - $1,500 Logan Square Chamber of Arts - $500 MAKE Literary Producations - $700 National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum - $6,500 Neighborhood Writing Alliance - $8,500 Porchlight Music Theatre Chicago - $5,500 Project Danztheatre Company - $2,500 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $8,500 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $950 Shakespeare Project of Chicago $1,050 Strangeloop Theatre - $950 The Chicago Ballet - $1,500 Valerie Alpert Dance Company - $600 Voice of the City - $4,750 Wici Song and Dance Company - $2,750

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21st District Senator Michael Connelly (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 21 st State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 21st Senate district spend more than $49 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,400 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $40.5 million in household income


Delivers $5.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 21st district is home to 78 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the DuPage Childrens Museum, the Naperville Art League, Naperville Heritage Society, the Young Naperville Singers, the Cantigny Foundation and the Cosley Zoo.

Sen. Michael Connelly Illinois 21st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 21st district received 16 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $61,725.

District Office
1725 S. Naperville Rd. Suite 200 Wheaton, IL 60189 P: (630) 682-8101 F: (630) 682-8108

Springfield Office
M103E Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8192 F: (217) 782-9586

Email: senatorconnelly21@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 21st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Agape Ringers - $1,000 Broadway Bound Dance Company - $1,250 Choral-Aires Chapter of Sweet Adelines - $3,750 The Callipygian Players - $950 ClaySpace - $3,250 DuPage Children's Museum - $11,000 DuPage Symphony Orchestra - $4,750 Fair Lady Productions - $5,500 Illinois Storytelling - $1,050 Illinois Storytelling - $1,525 Naperville Chorus - $1,750 Naperville Park District - $1,500 North Central College - $9,000 North Central College - $7,000 Warrenville Park District - $950 Woodstock Mozart Festival - $5,000 Young Naperville Singers - $7,500

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22nd District Senator Michael Noland (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 22 nd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 22nd Senate district spend more than $7.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 230 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6.8 million in household income


Delivers $892,000 in state and local government revenue

The 22nd district is home to 33 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, Elgin Opera, Elgin Theatre Company, the Childrens Theatre of Elgin, Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra, and the Elgin Public Museum.

Sen. Michael Noland Illinois 22nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 22nd district received 8 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $51,400.

District Office
164 Division St. Ste. 412 Elgin, IL 60120 P: (847) 214-8864 F: (847) 214-8867 Email: info@noland.org

Springfield Office
307B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-7746 F: (217) 557-3908

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 22nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ArtReach Educational Theatre - $3,200 Children's Theatre of Elgin - $5,000 The Elgin Children's Chorus - $4,750 Elgin Choral Union - $4,750 Elgin Opera - $3,250 Elgin Symphony Orchestra Association - $21,000 Elgin Theatre Company - $950 Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra - $8,500

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23rd District Senator Thomas Cullerton (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 23rd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 23rd Senate district spend more than $1.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 42 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $164,000 in state and local government revenue

The 23rd district is home to 30 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Arts in Bartlett, the Illinois Theatre Association, Theatre Y, Addison Center for the Arts, Mola Foundation of Chicago, the Roselle Historical Foundation, and Overshadowed Theatrical Productions.

Sen. Thomas Cullerton Illinois 23rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 23rd Senate district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $13,500.

District Office
338 S. Ardmore Ave. Villa Park, IL 60181 P: (630) 903-6662 F: (630) 903-6643

Springfield Office
311B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-9463 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: tcullerton@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 23rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Addison Center for the Arts - $1,750 Arts In Bartlett - $1,750 Chicago Tyagaraja Utsavam - $2,500 Illinois Theatre Association - $7,500

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24th District Senator Kirk Dillard (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 24 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 24th Senate district spend more than $60 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,700 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $51.6 million in household income


Delivers $6.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 24th district is home to 87 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the McAninch Arts Center, Morton Arboretum, Natya Dance Theatre, Theatre of Western Springs, Edan Concerts & Festivals Group, and the Elmhurst Artists Guild.

Sen. Kirk Dillard Illinois 24th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 24th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 24th district received 19 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $136,091.

District Office 1 S. Cass Ave. Westmont, IL 60559 P: (630) 969-0990 F: (630) 969-1007 Email: senator@kdillard.com

Springfield Office 309J Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8148 F: (217) 782-4079

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 24th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Wheaton College - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
College of DuPage - $24,300 Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus - $11,000 Elmhurst Art Museum - $10,000 Elmhurst Artists Guild - $1,050 Elmhurst Choral Union - $1,250 Elmhurst Symphony Association - $7,500 First Folio Shakespeare Festival - $7,500 GreenMan Theatre Troupe - $1,250 Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Arts - $6,500 Maple St Chapel Preservation Society - $1,050 The Morton Arboretum - $11,000 Salt Creek Ballet Company - $10,000 Schiesher Elementary School - $1,000 Spirito! - $6,000 WDCB-FM - $11,325 WDCB-FM - $14,366 West Suburban Symphony Society - $4,000 Wheaton College - $5,500

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25th District Senator Jim Oberweis (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 25 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 25th Senate district spend more than $4.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.8 million in household income


Delivers $512,000 in state and local government revenue

The 25th district is home to 42 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Water Street Studios, Festival Chorus, the Fox Valley Concert Band of St. Charles, the Kendall Arts Guild, Rising Star Theatreworks, the Norris Cultural Arts Center, Chicagoland Theater Company, and St. Charles Arts Council.

Sen. Jim Oberweis Illinois 25th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 25th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 25th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $15,250.

District Office 959 Oak St. North Aurora, IL 60542 P: (630) 800-1992

Springfield Office 105A Captitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0471

Email: jimo@ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 25th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Batavia Access Television - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Batavia Artists Association - $4,750 Chicagoland Theater Company - $7,000 The Festival Chorus - $1,500 Fox Valley Concert Band/St Charles - $2,000

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26th District Senator Dan Duffy (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 26 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 26th Senate district spend more than $7.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 230 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6.7 million in household income


Delivers $924,000 in state and local government revenue

The 26th district is home to 60 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Spotlight Youth Theater, Crystal Lake Community Band, the Barrington History Museum, Barrington Youth Dance Ensemble, Northwest Ballet Ensemble, and the David Adler Cultural Center.

Sen. Dan Duffy Illinois 26th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 26th district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $25,600.

District Office
111 North Ave. Ste. 211 Barrington, IL 60010 P: (847) 277-7100 F: (847) 277-7101

Springfield Office
108B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8010 F: (217) 782-4243

Email: dan@senatorduffy.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 26th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


David Adler Cultural Center - $7,000 Barrington Youth Dance Ensemble - $7,500 Illinois Youth Dance Theatre - $1,500 Long Grove Arts & Music Council - $850 Northbrook Chapter SPEBSQSA - $2,500 Red Rose Childrens Choir of Lake County - $2,500 Voices in Harmony - $1,500

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27th District Senator Matt Murphy (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 27 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 27th Senate district spend more than $7.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 240 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $7 million in household income


Delivers $897,000 in state and local government revenue

The 27th district is home to 59 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Arlington Heights Art Guild, Main Street Opera, the National Veterans Museum, Chicago Master Singers, Performing Arts at Metropolis, and Little City Center for the Arts.

Sen. Matt Murphy Illinois 27th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 27th district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $28,100.

District Office
17 E. Northwest Hwy. Ste. 109 Palatine, IL 60067 P: (847) 776-1490 F: (847) 776-1494

Springfield Office
309H Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-4471 F: (217) 782-7818

Email: senatormurphy@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 27th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Master Singers - $5,000 Little City Foundation - $7,500 Northwest Symphony Orchestra Association - $2,000 Performing Arts at Metropolis - $9,000 Emilia Plater Polish School - $850 Township High School District #214 - $3,750

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28th District Senator Dan Kotowski (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 28th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 28th Senate district spend more than $4.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $4 million in household income


Delivers $509,000 in state and local government revenue

The 28th district is home to 38 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Park Ridge Cultural Arts Council, the Prairie Center Arts Foundation, the Des Plaines Arts Council, the Koehnline Museum of Art, and the Performing Arts Center at Oakton Community College.

Sen. Dan Kotowski Illinois 28th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 28th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 28th district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $18,500.

District Office Springfield Office 350 S. Northwest Hwy M118 Capitol Building Ste. 300 Springfield, IL 62706 Park Ridge, IL 60068 P: (217) 782-3875 P: (847) 656-5416 F: (217) 782-2115 F: (847) 656-5201 Email: dkotowski@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 28th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Anila Sinha Foundation for Promotion of Arts and Culture of India - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Anila Sinha Foundation for Promotion of Arts and Culture of India - $2,000 Illinois Norsk Rosemalers Association - $1,150 Oakton Community College - $6,500 Oakton Community College - $2,750 Park Ridge Civic Orchestra - $4,000 Park Ridge Cultural Arts Council - $1,500 Spring Valley Concert Band - $600

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29th District Senator Julie Morrison (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 29 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 29th Senate district spend more than $93 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,800 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $84.5 million in household income


Delivers $10.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 29th district is home to 81 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Chicago Botanic Gardens, Highland Park Cultural Arts Commission, Midwest Young Artists, the Ravinia Festival Association, the Deer Path Art League, The Art Center, Kidstage Productions, and the Raupp Museum.

Sen. Julie Morrison Illinois 29th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 29th district received 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $75,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 29th district received 11 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $113,950.

District Office 700 Osterman Ave. Deerfield, IL 60015 P: (847) 945-5200 F: (847) 945-5214

Springfield Office 119B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3650 F: (217) 782-1631

Email: jmorrison@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 29th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Jazz Education Network - $40,000 Midwest Young Artists - $20,000 Ravinia Festival Association - $15,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
The Art Center Highland Park - $10,000 Citadel Theatre Company - $5,000 Deerfield Park District - $1,500 Focus on the Arts - $5,500 Highland Park Cultural Arts Community - $4,000 Lake Forest Symphony Association - $10,000 Midwest Young Artists - $11,000 Northbrook Park District - $9,000 Ragdale Foundation - $11,000 Ravinia Festival Association - $44,200 SunnyU Culture & Education Center - $2,750

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30th District Senator Terry Link (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 30 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 30th Senate district spend more than $2.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 64 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.8 million in household income


Delivers $242,000 in state and local government revenue

The 30th district is home to 29 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Ars Viva, Artists on the Bluff, the Kirk Players, the Waukegan Arts Council, the Waukegan Park DistrictCultural Arts Division, and the Waukegan Band Foundation.

Sen. Terry Link Illinois 30th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 30th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $24,800.

District Office
100 S. Greenleaf St. Gurnee, IL 60031 P: (847) 821-1811 F: (847) 821-1815

Springfield Office
321 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8181 F: (217) 782-4450

Email: tlink@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 30th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Ars Viva - $10,000 Friends of Ryerson Woods - $4,000 The Kirk Players - $1,750 Waukegan Band Foundation - $550 Waukegan Park District - $8,500

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

31st District Senator Melinda Bush (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 31 st State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 31st Senate district spend more than $1.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 43 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.2 million in household income


Delivers $153,000 in state and local government revenue

The 31st district is home to 29 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Antioch Fine Arts Foundation, Clockwise Theatre, the Do-Re-Mi Club, the Lakes Region Historical Society, and the Warbird Heritage Foundation.

Sen. Melinda Bush Illinois 31st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 31st district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,900.

District Office
10 N. Lake St. Ste. 112 Grayslake, IL 60030 P: (847) 548-5631

Springfield Office
M122 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-7353 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: melinda@senatormelindabush.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 31st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


College of Lake County - $650 Palette Masque & Lyre - $2,250

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32nd District Senator Pamela Althoff (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 32 nd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 32nd Senate district spend more than $6.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 210 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6.1 million in household income


Delivers $780,000 in state and local government revenue

The 32nd district is home to 40 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the McHenry County Music Center, the Woodstock Mozart Festival, Raue Center for the Arts, the McHenry County Historical Society, the Illinois Railway Museum, the Lakeside Legacy Foundation and Creative Arts.

Sen. Pamela Althoff Illinois 32nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 32nd district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $13,500.

District Office
5400 W. Elm St. Ste. 103 McHenry, IL 60050 P: (815) 455-6330 F: (815) 679-6756

Springfield Office
309L Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8000 F: (217) 782-7818

Email: pamela@pamelaalthoff.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 32nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


McHenry County Music Center - $6,500 Raue Center for the Arts - $7,000

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33rd District Senator Karen McConnaughay (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 33 rd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 33rd Senate district spend more than $3.3 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.9 million in household income


Delivers $371,000 in state and local government revenue

The 33rd district is home to 44 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Art for All, Batavia Music Buffs, Fine Line Creative Arts Center, Fox Valley Childrens Chorus, the Illinois Brass Band Association, the St. Charles Singers, Steel Beam Theater Company, and the Northwest Community Music Academy.

Sen. Karen McConnaughay Illinois 33rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 33rd district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $26,800.

District Office
81 S. McLean Blvd. South Elgin, IL 60177 P: (847) 214-8245

Springfield Office
103D Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1977 F: (217) 782-4079

Email: senator@karenmcconnaughay.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 33rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


American Choral Directors Association - $850 Fine Line Creative Arts Center - $7,500 Illinois Brass Band Association - $950 Northwest Community Music Academy - $5,000 St. Charles Singers - $6,000 Steel Beam Theatre Company - $6,500

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

34th District Senator Steve Stadelman (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 34 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 34th Senate district spend more than $27 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 825 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $24.4 million in household income


Delivers $3 million in state and local government revenue

The 34th district is home to 57 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Anderson Gardens, the Discovery Center Museum, the Burpee Museum, the Klehm Arboretum and Botanic Garden, the Rockford Area Arts Council, the Rockford Art Museum, and the Midway Village & Museum Center.

Sen. Steve Stadelman Illinois 34th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 34th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $20,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 34th district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $129,600.

District Office 200 S. Wyman St. Ste. 301 Rockford, IL 61101 P: (815) 987-7557 F: (815) 987-7529

Springfield Office 121A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8022 F: (217) 782-5340

Email: sstadelman@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 34th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Rockford Area Arts Council - $20,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Artists Ensemble Theater - $6,000 Discovery Center Museum of Rockford - $11,000 Marshall School - $1,000 Mendelssohn Club - $7,500 Rockford Area Arts Council - $19,000 Rockford Area Arts Council - $24,000 Rockford Area Arts Council - $3,300 Rockford Art Museum - $21,600 Rockford Coronado Concert Association - $4,000 Rockford Dance Company - $7,500 Rockford Park District - $4,000 Rockford Symphony Orchestras - $20,700
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35th District Senator Dave Syverson (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 35 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 35th Senate district spend more than $2.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 75 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.2 million in household income


Delivers $268,000 in state and local government revenue

The 35th district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Boone County Arts Council, the Illinois Alliance for Arts Education, the Midwest Museum of Natural History, the NIU Art Museum, Dreamers Theatre Group, and the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra.

Sen. Dave Syverson Illinois 35th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 35th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 35th district received 9 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $57,682.

District Office 200 S. Wyman St. Ste. 302 Rockford, IL 61101 P: (815) 987-7555 F: (815) 987-7563

Springfield Office 108A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5413 F: (217) 782-9586

Email: info@senatordavesyverson.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 35th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Northern Illinois University - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Art Attack School of Art - $1,750 Boone County Arts Council - $1,050 Dreamers Theatre Group - $1,250 Illinois Alliance for Arts Education - $550 Northern Illinois University - $6,000 WNIJ-FM - $11,325 WNIJ-FM - $12,216 WNIU-FM - $11,325 WNIU-FM - $12,216

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

36th District Senator Mike Jacobs (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 36 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 36th Senate district spend more than $15 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 434 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $12.6 million in household income


Delivers $1.8 million in state and local government revenue

The 36th district is home to 72 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Ballet Quad Cities, the John Deere Home & Farm Heritage Museum, Opera Quad Cities, Quad City Arts, Rock Island Art Guild, and the Quad City Symphony Orchestra.

Sen. Mike Jacobs Illinois 36th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 36th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $45,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 36th district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $101,115.

District Office 606 19th Street Moline, IL 61265 P: (309) 797-0001 F: (309) 797-0003

Springfield Office 123 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5957

Email: mjacobs@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 36th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Quad City Arts - $45,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Augustana College - $9,000 Genesius Theatre Foundation - $950 MidCoast Fine Arts - $6,000 Midwest Writing Center - $3,750 Playcrafters - $2,750 Quad City Arts - $12,000 Quad City Arts - $26,200 Quad City Arts - $3,300 Quad City Music Guild - $5,000 Quad City Symphony Orchestra - $10,000 F Willard Elementary School - $1,000 WVIK-FM - $9,840 WVIK-FM - $11,325

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

37th District Senator Darin LaHood (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 37 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 37th Senate district spend more than $4.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 135 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.9 million in household income


Delivers $553,000 in state and local government revenue

The 37th district is home to 84 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Central Illinois Jazz Orchestra, the Heartland Festival Orchestra, Peoria Area Civic Chorale, the Prairie Arts Council, the Sun Foundation, Taz Wood Dance Company, the Bishop Hill Arts Council, and the Peoria Ballet Company.

Sen. Darin LaHood Illinois 37th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 37th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 37th district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $61,200. District Office 5415 N. University St. Ste. 105 Peoria, IL 61614 P: (309) 693-4921 F: (309) 693-4923 Email: senatorlahood@att.net Springfield Office M103D Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-1942 F: (217) 782-9586

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 37th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Peoria Ballet Company - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Bishop Hill Arts Council - $1,150 Bishop Hill Heritage Association - $7,500 Bishop Hill Heritage Association - $10,000 Heartland Festival Orchestra - $6,000 Heritage Ensemble - $1,250 Peoria Area Civic Chorale - $4,000 Peoria Ballet Company - $6,500 Seven Circles Heritage Center - $550 Sun Foundation for Advancement - $9,500 Sun Foundation for Advancement - $8,500 Prairie Arts Council - $1,250 Princeton Theater Group - $5,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

38th District Senator Sue Rezin (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 38 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 38th Senate district spend more than $2.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 78 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $2.3 million in household income


Delivers $284,000 in state and local government revenue

The 38th district is home to 45 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Dance Loop Chicago, the Illinois Valley Orchestral Association, the Illinois Valley Youth Symphony, the Lasalle County Historical Society, the Mendota Museum & Historical Society, and Stage 212.

Sen. Sue Rezin Illinois 38th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 38th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $5,250.

District Office
103 Fifth St. P.O. Box 260 Peru, IL 61354 P: (815) 220-8720 F: (815) 220-8721

Springfield Office
309I Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-3840 F: (217) 782-0116

Email: senatorrezin@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 38th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Illinois Valley Fine Arts Trust - $2,000 Illinois Valley Orchestral Association - $2,000 Illinois Valley Youth Symphony - $1,250

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39th District Senator Don Harmon (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 39 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 39th Senate district spend more than $20 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 577 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $16.7 million in household income


Delivers $2.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 39th district is home to 61 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Handel Week, Momenta, the Oak Park Area Arts Council, Spectrum Choral Society, Oak Park Art League, the Childrens Museum of Oak Park, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust

Sen. Don Harmon Illinois 39th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 39th district received 19 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $72,000.

District Office
6933 W. North Ave. Oak Park, IL 60302 P: (708) 848-2002 F: (708) 848-2022

Springfield Office
329 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8176 F: (217) 558-6013

Email: dharmon@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 39th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Choral Artists - $1,500 Chicago Folks Operetta - $3,250 Children's Museum of Oak Park - $7,500 Handel Week - $2,500 Winifred Haun & Dancers - $2,000 Momenta - $4,750 Oak Park Area Arts Council $9,000 Oak Park Area Arts Council - $7,000 Oak Park Art League - $2,750 Oak Park Concert Chorale - $1,500 Orion Chamber Ensemble - $2,500 Pleasant Home Foundation - $4,000 Pro Musica Youth Chorus - $5,500 Senior Citizens Center Oak Park/River Forest - $2,000 Sense of Urgency Productions - $600 Spectrum Choral Society - $1,750 The Symphony of Oak Park/River Forest - $3,250 TRY Center (Today's Relating Youth) - $650 Unity Temple Restoration Foundation - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

40th District Senator Toi Hutchinson (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 40 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 40th Senate district spend more than $6.4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 180 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5.3 million in household income


Delivers $758,000 in state and local government revenue

The 40th district is home to 44 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Acting Out Theatre Company, Freedom Hall, the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kankakee Valley Theatre Association, and the Tall Grass Arts Association.

Sen. Toi Hutchinson Illinois 40th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 40th district received 13 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $54,700.

District Office
222 Vollmer Rd. Ste. 2C Chicago Heights, IL 60411 P: (708) 756-0882 F: (708) 756-0885

Springfield Office
121C Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-7419 F: (217) 557-3930

Email: thutchinson@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 40th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Chicago Heights Drama Group - $3,250 Governors State University Foundation - $9,000 Governors State University Foundation - $4,750 Acting Out Theatre Company - $1,500 Grande Prairie Choral Arts - $1,500 Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra - $10,000 Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchestra - $6,000 Kankakee Valley Theatre Association - $5,00 Village of Park Forest - $4,000 Presence Life Connections - $950 Sri Annamacharya Project - $1,500 Tall Grass Arts Association - $4,000 Union Street Gallery - $3,250

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

41st District Senator Christine Radogno (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 41 st State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 41st Senate district spend more than $4 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 120 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.5 million in household income


Delivers $453,000 in state and local government revenue

The 41st district is home to 67 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Downers Grove Choral Society, Downers Grove Music Club, Southwest Community Concert Band, Naperville Men's Glee Club, Nightblue Theater, the Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Midwest Ballet Theatre.

Sen. Christine Radogno Illinois 41st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 41st district received 11 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $16,000.

District Office
1011 State St. Ste. 210 Lemont, IL 60439 P: (630) 243-0800 F: (630) 243-0808

Springfield Office
309G Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-9407 F: (217) 782-7818

Email: christine@senatorradogno.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 41st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Downers Grove Choral Society - $2,750 Fifth Wednesday Books - $950 Grove Players - $1,750 Hinsdale Chorale - $850 Lemont Art & Culture Commission - $600 Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestra - $1,150 The Naperville Mens Glee Club - $2,500 Senior Suburban Orchestra - $1,150 Sinfonietta Bel Canto - $750 Southwest Community Concert Band - $1,050 Wesoly Lud Polish Folk Dance Ensemble - $2,500

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

42nd District Senator Linda Holmes (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 42 nd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 42nd Senate district spend more than $9.8 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 275 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $8 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 42nd district is home to 26 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Paramount Arts Centre, Fox Valley Festival Chorus, the Aurora Historical Society, Xtreme Dance Troupe, and the Dong Fang Chinese Performing Arts Association.

Sen. Linda Holmes Illinois 42nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, an arts organization in the 42nd district received a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $9,000.

District Office
76 S. LaSalle St. Ste. 202 Aurora, IL 60505 P: (630) 801-8985 F: (630) 801-8987

Springfield Office
129 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0422 F: (217) 782-2331

Email: lholmes@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 42nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Paramount Arts Centre - $9,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

43rd District Senator Pat McGuire (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 43 rd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 43rd Senate district spend more than $5.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 140 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.9 million in household income


Delivers $650,000 in state and local government revenue

The 43rd district is home to 27 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Joliet Area Historical Museum, the Joliet Drama Guild, the Rialto Square Theatre Foundation, Friends of Community Public Art, and the Will County Historical Society.

Sen. Pat McGuire Illinois 43rd District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 43rd district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 43rd district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $20,450.

District Office 2200 Weber Rd Crest Hill, IL 60403 P: (815) 207-4445 F: (815) 207-4446

Springfield Office 118 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8800 F: (217) 558-6006

Email: pmcguire@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 43rd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


University of St. Francis - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Bolingbrook Park District - $2,250 Friends of Community Public Art - $6,000 Joliet Area Historical Museum - $9,000 Lewis University - $2,250 Three Rivers Arts Council - $950

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

44th District Senator William Brady (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 44 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 44th Senate district spend more than $12 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 365 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $10.8 million in household income


Delivers $1.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 44th district is home to 61 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Central College Performing Arts Center, the Morton Fine Arts Association, Prairie Dance Theatre, Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts, the McLean County Art Association and the Central Illinois Youth Symphony.

Sen. William Brady Illinois 44th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 44th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 44th district received 6 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $29,715.

District Office 2203 Eastland Dr. Ste. 3 Bloomington, IL 61704 P: (309) 664-4440 F: (309) 664-8597

Springfield Office 103A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6216 F: (217) 782-4079

Email: billbrady@senatorbillbrady.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 44th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


McLean County Art Association - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Bloomington Center for Performing Arts - $9,000 Bloomington Parks & Recreation Department - $4,750 McLean County Art Association - $5,350 McLean County Art Association - $7,500 Menard County Singers - $865 Bloomington Chapter 1 of SPEBSQSA - $2,250

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

45th District Senator Tim Bivins (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 45 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 45th Senate district spend more than $4.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 125 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.6 million in household income


Delivers $481,000 in state and local government revenue

The 45th district is home to 72 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Freeport Arts Center, the Galena Cultural Arts Alliance, Galena Artist's Guild, Dixon Historic Center, Viva Performing Arts, and Ronald Reagan Home Preservation Foundation.

Sen. Tim Bivins Illinois 45th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 45th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $21,750.

District Office
629 N. Galena Ave. Dixon, IL 61021 P: (815) 284-0045 F: (815) 284-0207

Springfield Office
M103A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0180 F: (217) 782-9586

Email: senatorbivins@grics.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 45th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Association to Restore City Hall - $2,750 Freeport Arts Center - $4,000 Freeport Arts Center - $4,000 Galena Cultural Arts Alliance - $1,000 Timber Lake Playhouse - $10,000

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46th District Senator David Koehler (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 46 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 46th Senate district spend more than $18 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 535 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $15.8 million in household income


Delivers $2 million in state and local government revenue

The 46th district is home to 55 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including ArtsPartners of Central Illinois, Corn Stock Theatre, Eastlight Theatre, the Peoria Art Guild, Slane College of Communication and Fine Arts, and the Peoria Riverfront Museum.

Sen. David Koehler Illinois 46th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 46th district received 19 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $234,514.

District Office
400 NE Jefferson St. Ste. 200 Peoria, IL 61603 P: (309) 677-0120 F: (309) 346-4650

Springfield Office
M113 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8250 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: davidk@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 46th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


ArtsPartners of Central Illinois - $4,000 Backspace Collective - $650 Bradley University - $10,000 Bradley University - $7,000 Central Illinois Youth Symphony - $4,000 Contemporary Art Center of Peoria - $6,000 Illinois Valley Public Telecomm Corporation - $10,000 Illinois Valley Public Telecomm Corporation - $20,000 Eastlight Theatre - $6,500 Fulton County Community Arts Council - $600 Peoria Art Guild - $6,500 Peoria Park District - $4,750 Peoria Players Theatre - $5,000 Peoria Riverfront Museum - $20,600 Peoria Symphony Orchestra - $17,300 WCBU-FM - $11,325 WCBU-FM - $11,295 WTVP-TV - $45,300 WTVP-TV - $43,694

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47th District Senator John Sullivan (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 47 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 47th Senate district spend more than $10 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 300 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $8.8 million in household income


Delivers $1.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 47th district is home to 104 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Buchanan Center for the Arts, the Galesburg Civic Art League, Nova Singers, Orpheum Theatre, Quincy Society of Fine Arts, the Quincy Art Center, Quincy Community Theatre, and the Two Rivers Arts Council

Sen. John Sullivan Illinois 47th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 47th district received 25 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $226,839.

District Office
926 Broadway St. Ste. 6 Quincy, IL 62301 P: (217) 222-2295 F: (217) 222-2944

Springfield Office
417C Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2479 F: (217) 558-3088

Email: jsullivan@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 47th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Buchanan Center for the Arts - $5,000 Buchanan Center for the Arts - $5,500 Galesburg Civic Art League - $4,750 Galesburg Community Chorus - $2,000 Galesburg Symphony Society - $6,000 Macomb Community Theatre - $1,150 Midsummer Arts Faire - $1,750 Nova Singers - $3,250 Orpheum Theatre of Galesburg - $9,000 Prairie Players Civic Theatre - $2,000 Quincy Art Center - $7,500 Quincy Civic Music Association - $1,250 Quincy Community Theatre - $10,000 Quincy Society of Fine Arts - $6,200 Quincy Society of Fine Arts - $25,000 Quincy Symphony Orchestra - $7,000 Two Rivers Arts Council - $9,450 Two Rivers Arts Council - $750 West Central Illinois Art Center - $950 Western Illinois University - $8,000 Western Illinois University - $13,500 WIUM-FM Western Illinois University - $11,325 WIUM-FM Western Illinois University - $12,422 WQPT-TV - $27,792 WQPT-TV - $45,300

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48th District Senator Andy Manar (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 48 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 48th Senate district spend more than $44 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,200 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $37.2 million in household income


Delivers $5 million in state and local government revenue

The 48th district is home to 94 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, the Decatur Area Arts Council, Hoogland Center for the Arts, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Prairie Art Alliance, the Springfield Area Arts Council, and the Illinois State Museum.

Sen. Andy Manar Illinois 48th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 48th district received 20 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $213,004.

District Office
103 W. Main St. P.O. Box 33 Staunton, IL 62088 P: (618) 635-2583

Springfield Office
119A Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0228 F: (217) 782-2115

Email: amanar@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 48th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Decatur Area Arts Council - $8,000 Decatur Area Arts Council - $10,000 Decatur Park District - $7,500 Gallery 510 Arts Guild - $1,750 Illinois Central Blues Club - $2,000 Illinois Symphony Orchestra - $10,000 Millikin University - $4,750 Millikin University - $5,500 Prairie Art Alliance - $6,000 Springfield Area Arts Council - $6,500 Springfield Area Arts Council - $4,750 Springfield Area Arts Council - $15,000 Springfield Art Association of Edward Pl. $6,500 Springfield Ballet Company - $7,500 Taylorville Main Street - $1,500 Theatre in the Park - $3,250 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $9,000 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $45,300 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $38,204 West Central Illinois Educational Telecommunications Corporation - $20,000

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49th District Senator Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 49 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 49th district spend more than $335,000. This spending:
Supports 11 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $320,000 in household income


Delivers $34,000 in state and local government revenue

Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant Illinois 49th District

The 49th district is home to 17 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Plainfield Art League, Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, the Illinois Aviation Museum, the Plainfield Historical Society, and Bharatam Academy of Dance Arts.

District Office
15300 Rt. 59 Unit 202 Plainfield, IL 60544 P: (815) 254-4211 F: (815) 254-4213

Springfield Office
218B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-0052 F: (217) 782-1631

Email: bertinotarrant49@att.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 20thth District Grants Received in the 49 District

No Grants Received

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50th District Senator Sam McCann (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 50 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 50th Senate district spend more than $7.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 210 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6.2 million in household income


Delivers $821,000 in state and local government revenue

The 50th district is home to 65 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden Foundation, the Illinois State Fair Museum Foundation, the Jacksonville Symphony Society, the Jacksonville Theatre Guild, and The Imagine Foundation.

Sen. Sam McCann Illinois 50th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 50th district received 7 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $44,993.

District Office
221 Dunlap Ct. Jacksonville, IL 62650 P: (217) 245-0050 F: (217) 245-0021

Springfield Office
108E Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8206 F: (217) 782-0116

Email: senatorsam@frontier.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 50th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Imagine Foundation - $2,500 Jacksonville Symphony Society - $2,750 Jacksonville Theatre Guild - $2,250 University of Illinois at Springfield - $10,000 University of Illinois at Springfield - $1,750 WUIS-FM - $14,418 WUIS-FM - $11,325

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51st District Senator Chapin Rose (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 51 st State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 51st Senate district spend more than $6.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 185 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5.4 million in household income


Delivers $700,000 in state and local government revenue

The 51st district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Bicentennial Art Center and Museum, Chorale, Little Theatre on the Square, the Monticello Area Arts Council, and the Monticello Railway Museum.

Sen. Chapin Rose Illinois 51st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 51st district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $29,950.

District Office
510 S. Staley Rd. Ste. D Champaign, IL 61822 P: (217) 607-1853 F: (217) 607-5471 Email: ls@chapinrose.net

Springfield Office
103F Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 558-1006 F: (217) 557-4530

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 51st District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Bicentennial Art Center & Museum - $1,750 Little Theater on the Square - $23,200 The Chorale - $3,250 Villa Grove Community Theatre Company - $1,750

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52nd District Senator Michael Frerichs (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 52 nd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 52nd Senate district spend more than $36 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 1,100 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $32.7 million in household income


Delivers $4 million in state and local government revenue

The 52nd district is home to 85 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including 40 North-88 West, the ChampaignUrbana Symphony, the Danville Art League, the Danville Symphony Orchestra, the Prairie Ensemble, the Krannert Art Museum and the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Sen. Michael Frerichs Illinois 52nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 52nd district received 39 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $344,341.

District Office
45 E. University Ave. Ste. 206 Champaign, IL 61820 P: (217) 355-5252 F: (217) 355-5255

Springfield Office
124 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-2507 F: (217) (217) 558-6006

Email: mfrerichs@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 52nd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


40 North/88 West - $4,750 40 North/88 West - $3,300 Amasong: CUPL/F Chorus - $1,500 Bridgewater-Sullivan Community Life Center - $750 Celebration Co/Station Theatre - $1,500 Central Illinois Children's Chorus - $1,750 Champaign County Head Start - $4,350 Champaign Park District - $9,000 Champaign Urbana Ballet - $5,500 Champaign-Urbana Folk & Roots Festival - $2,000 Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 Champaign-Urbana Theatre Company - $4,000 Community Center for the Arts - $3,250 The Conservatory of Central Illinois - $6,500 Dalkey Archive Press - $16,600 The Danville Art League - $1,500 The Danville Art League - $600 Danville Light Opera Company - $1,750 Danville Symphony Orchestra - $7,500 Developmental Services Center-Champaign County - $2,000 Parkland College - $4,750 Prairie Air WEFT-FM - $4,000 The Prairie Ensemble - $2,500 Public Art League - $1,500 University of Illinois - $11,000 University of Illinois - $5,000 University of Illinois - $3,250 University of Illinois - $5,000 University of Illinois - $11,000 University of Illinois - $31,000 City of Urbana - $3,250 Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center Foundation - $8,500 WILL-AM University of Illinois/UC - $16,174 WILL-AM University of Illinois/UC - $11,325 WILL-FM University of Illinois/UC - $16,174 WILL-FM University of Illinois/UC - $11,325 WILL-TV University of Illinois/UC - $45,300 WILL-TV University of Illinois/UC - $66,193

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53rd District Senator Jason Barickman (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 53 rd State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 53rd Senate district spend more than $4.6 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 135 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.9 million in household income


Delivers $535,000 in state and local government revenue

The 53rd district is home to 72 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Normal Theater, the Vermillion Players, the Hyde Park Suzuki Institute, the Illinois Theatre Consortium, Sugar Creek Symphony & Song, Community Players, the Country Theatre Workshop, and the Illinois Shakespeare Festival.

Sen. Jason Barickman Illinois 53rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 53rd district received 12 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $69,893.

District Office
2401 E. Washington St. Ste. 201 Bloomington, IL 61704 P: (309) 661-2788 F: (309) 210-5544

Springfield Office
M103E Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6597

Email: jason@jasonbarickman.org

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 53rd District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Community Players - $2,250 Country Theatre Workshop - $2,500 Heartland Productions - $2,750 Illinois State University - $600 Illinois State University - $9,000 Illinois State University - $4,750 Illinois State University - $8,500 Town of Normal - $7,500 Spoon River Poetry Association - $2,000 Sugar Creek Symphony & Song - $5,500 WGLT-FM Illinois State University - $13,218 WGLT-FM Illinois State University - $11,325

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54th District Senator Kyle McCarter (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 54 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 54th Senate district spend more than $4.2 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.8 million in household income


Delivers $471,000 in state and local government revenue

The 54th district is home to 49 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Arts Connection of Central Illinois, Countryside Broadcasting, Effingham County Fine Arts, the Highland Area Arts Council, and Salem Community Theatre & Cultural Center.

Sen. Kyle McCarter Illinois 54th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 54th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 54th district received 4 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $14,050.

District Office 310 W. Gallatin St. Vandalia, IL 62471 P: (618) 283-3000 F: (618) 283-9750

Springfield Office 103C Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5755 F: (217) 782-0116

Email: senatormccarter@gmail.com

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 54th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Centralia Cultural Society - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Arts Connection of Central Illinois - $9,000 Gateway Dulcimer Society - $1,050 Highland Area Arts Council - $1,250

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55th District Senator Dale Righter (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 54 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 54th Senate district spend more than $1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 30 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $900,000 in household income


Delivers $123,000 in state and local government revenue

The 54th district is home to 59 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Charleston Alley Theater, Gas Light Art Colony, the Mattoon Arts Council, the Olney Arts Council, the White County Historical Society, and the Wabash Valley Arts Council.

Sen. Dale Righter Illinois 55th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 55th district received 5 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $95,075.

District Office
88 Broadway Ave. Ste. 1 Mattoon, IL 61938 P: (217) 235-6033 F: (217) 235-6052

Springfield Office
309M Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-6674 F: (217) 782-7818

Email: drighter@consolidated.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 55th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Eastern Illinois University - $3,020 Karamu Association - $700 Olney Arts Council - $750 WEIU-TV Eastern Illinois University - $45,305 WEIU-TV Eastern Illinois University - $45,300

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56th District Senator William Haine (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 56th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 56th Senate district spend more than $5.5 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 170 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $5.1 million in household income


Delivers $599,000 in state and local government revenue

The 56th district is home to 37 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Alton Little Theater, the Alton Symphony Orchestra, the Collinsville Historical Museum, the Edwardsville Childrens Museum, and the Jacoby Arts Center.

Sen. William Haine Illinois 56th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 56th district received 8 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $28,450.

District Office
307 Henry St. Ste. 210 Alton, IL 62002 P: (618) 465-4764 F: (618) 465-4816

Springfield Office
311C Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5247 F: (217) 782-5340

Email: whaine@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 56th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Alton Symphony Orchestra - $2,500 Alton Youth Symphony - $1,150 Great Rivers Choral Society - $1,750 Jacoby Arts Center - $7,000 Jacoby Arts Center - $6,000 Jacoby Arts Center - $3,300 Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville - $4,000 St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for Arts - $2,750

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57th District Senator James Clayborne, Jr. (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 57 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 57th Senate district spend more than $4.7 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 130 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $3.7 million in household income


Delivers $583,000 in state and local government revenue

The 57th district is home to 40 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Art on the Square Foundation, the Cahokia Mounds Museum Society, Hettenhausen Center for the Arts, Looking Glass Playhouse, the St. Louis Jazz Club, and the St. Clair County Historical Society.

Sen. James Clayborne, Jr. Illinois 57th District

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 57th district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 57th district received 3 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $10,250. District Office 10 Collinsville Ave. Ste. 201-A East St. Louis, IL 62201 P: (618) 875-1212 F: (618) 274-3010 Springfield Office 329 Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5399 F: (217) 558-6013

Email: jclayborne@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 57th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Southwestern Illinois College - $10,000 Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013
Dunham Centers for Arts and Humanities - $3,250 Looking Glass Playhouse - $1,500 McKendree University - $5,500

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58th District Senator David Luechtefeld (R)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 58th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 58th Senate district spend more than $6.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 206 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $6 million in household income


Delivers $787,000 in state and local government revenue

The 58th district is home to 59 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Carbondale Community Arts, Granada Center for the Performing Arts, The Science Center, Crab Orchard Review the Illinois Rural Heritage Museum, the Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra, and Cedarhurst Center for the Arts.

Sen. David Luechtefeld Illinois 58th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 58th district received 15 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $284,495.

District Office
700 N. Front St. Okawville, IL 62271 P: (618) 243-9014 F: (618) 243-5376

Springfield Office
103B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-8137 F: (217) 782-4079

Email: sendavel@midwest.net

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Grants Received in the 58th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Carbondale Community Arts - $17,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $7,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $25,000 Carbondale Community Arts - $3,300 John R. & Eleanor R. Mitchell Foundation - $26,200 Southern Illinois Irish Festival - $1,500 Southern Illinois University - $4,750 Southern Illinois University - $7,500 Tri-County Special Education Cooperative - $2,500 WSIU-FM - $12,222 WSIU-FM - $11,325 WSIU-TV - $37,799 WSIU-TV - $45,300 WUSI-TV - $37,799 WUSI-TV - $45,300
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59th District Senator Gary Forby (D)

Arts & Culture in the Illinois 59 th State Senate District


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois 59th Senate district spend more than $1.1 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 38 full-time-equivalent jobs

Generates $1.1 million in household income


Delivers $126,000 in state and local government revenue

The 59th district is home to 41 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Artstarts Company, the Cairo Historical Association, the Illinois Broadcasters Association, the Little Egypt Arts Association, the Olmsted Historical Society, and the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.

Sen. Gary Forby Illinois 59th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 59th district received 2 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,250.

District Office
903 W. Washington St. Ste. 5 Benton, IL 62812 P: (618) 439-2504 F: (618) 438-3704

Springfield Office
417B Capitol Building Springfield, IL 62706 P: (217) 782-5509 F: (217) 782-3088

Email: gforby@senatedem.ilga.gov

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization


* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Grants Received in the 59th District

Illinois Arts Council Agency - 2013


Little Egypt Arts Association - $1,750 Marion Cultural & Civic Center - $5,500

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Congressman Bobby Rush (D)

Arts & Culture in the 1 st Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 1st congressional district spend more than $96.9 million each year.* This spending:
Supports over 2,680 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $57.3 million in household income Delivers $9.4 million in state and local government revenue

The 1st congressional district is home to more than 120 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the DuSable Museum of African American History, Hyde Park Art Center, eta Creative Arts Foundation, the Smart Museum of Art, Reel History, Chicago High School for the Arts, the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, and WYCC-TV.

U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush Illinois 1st District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 8 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and individual artists in the 1st congressional district, totaling $145,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 1st congressional district received 22 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $295,212.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 1st congressional district received 7 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $35,000.
District Office
700 E. 79th. St. Chicago, Illinois 60619 P: (773) 224-6500 F: (773) 224-9624

Washington Office
2268 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-4372 F: (202) 226-0333

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization

Website: http://rush.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: John Marshall Arts Staffer Email: johnm@mail.house.gov

* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 1st District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Court Theatre Fund - $25,000 Muntu Dance Theatre - $10,000 Neighborhood Writing Alliance - $10,000 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago - $20,000 University of Chicago - $15,000 University of Chicago - $20,000

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Congresswoman Robin Kelly (D)

Arts & Culture in the 2nd Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 2nd congressional district spend more than $133 million each year.* This spending:
Supports over 3,660 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $78.6 million in household income Delivers $13.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 2nd congressional district is home to more than 100 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Museum of Science & Industry, the Bronzeville Childrens Museum, the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Tall Grass Arts Association, and Freedom Hall.

U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly Illinois 2nd District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 2nd congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $20,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 2nd congressional district received 18 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $69,250.
District Office
1000 E. 111th. St, 11th Floor Chicago, Illinois 60628 P: (773) 568-2623

Washington Office
2419 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-0773 F: (202) 226-4583

Website: http://http://robinkelly.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Jay Cho Arts Staffer Email: jay.cho@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 2nd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


South Chicago Art Center - $20,000

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Congressman Daniel Lipinski (D)

Arts & Culture in the 3rd Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 3rd congressional district spend more than $30 million each year.* This spending:
Supports over 800 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $21 million in household income Delivers $3.5 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 90 nonprofit arts and The cultural organizations, including Acappellago, the Illinois Music Educators Association, the LaGrange Art League, Palos Fine Arts, Southwest Community Concert Band, KV 265, and the Theatre of Western Springs

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U.S. Rep. Daniel Lipinski Illinois 3rd District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 3rd congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 3rd congressional district received 16 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $76,230.
District Office
6245 S. Archer Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60638 P: (312) 886-0481 F: (773) 767-9395

Washington Office
1717 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-5701 F: (202) 225-1012

Website: http://lipinski.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Sofya Leonova Arts Staffer Email: sofya.leonova@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 3rd District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Childrens Museum in Oak Lawn - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D)

Arts & Culture in the 4th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 4th congressional district spend more than $160 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 4,500 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $122.8 million in household income Delivers $18.2 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 130 nonprofit arts The and cultural organizations, including Changing Worlds, Aerial Dance Chicago, the National Museum of Mexican Art, the Chicago Urban Art Society, Elastic Arts Foundation, ElevArte Community Studios, the Near Northwest Arts Council, Guild Complex, and Redmoon Theater.

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U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez Illinois 4th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 6 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 4th congressional district, totaling $160,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 4th congressional district received 47 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $193,230.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 4th congressional district received 12 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $59,000.
District Office
3210 W. North Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60647 P: (773) 342-0774 F: (773) 342-0776

Washington Office
2408 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-8203 F: (202) 225-7810

Website: http://gutierrez.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Anthony Espinosa Arts Staffer Email: anthony.espinosa@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 4th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Chicago Film Archives - $20,000 Community Television Network - $65,000 Guild Complex - $10,000 National Museum of Mexican Art - $20,000 Puerto Rican Arts Alliance - $20,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Mike Quigley (D)

Arts & Culture in the 5th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 5th congressional district spend more than $266 million each year.* This spending:
Supports over 7,520 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $165.5 million in household income Delivers $25.5 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 400 nonprofit arts The and cultural organizations, including the Chicago History Museum, Old Town School of Folk Music, the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, Chicago Childrens Theatre, Theater Wit, A Red Orchid Theatre, Elmhurst Artists Guild, Victory Gardens Theater, and WTTW.

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U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley Illinois 5th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 10 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 5th congressional district, totaling $235,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th congressional district received 111 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $1,187,137.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 5th congressional district received 22 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $114,000.
District Office
3742 W. Irving Park Rd. Chicago, Illinois 60618 P: (773) 267-5926 F: (773) 267-6583

Washington Office
1124 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-4061 F: (202) 225-5603

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization

Website: http://quigley.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Tramell Thomas Arts Staffer Email: tramell.thomas@mail.house.gov

* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 5th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Facets Multimedia - $65,000 Fulcrum Point New Music Project - $20,000 National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum - $15,000 Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago - $25,000 Old Town School of Folk Music - $10,000 Society of Architectural Historians - $10,000 Victory Gardens Theater - $25,000 Window to the World Communications - $20,000 Young Chicago Authors - $20,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Peter Roskam (R)

Arts & Culture in the 6th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 6th congressional district spend more than $92 million each year.* This spending:
Supports 2,690 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $78.5 million in household income Delivers $10.7 million in state and local government revenue

The 6th congressional district is home to more than 200 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including DuPage Childrens Museum, McAninch Arts Center, McHenry County Music Center, the Naperville Art League, Spotlight Youth Theater, Morton Arboretum, Art for All, Creative Arts, National Veterans Museum, and Natya Dance Theatre.

U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam Illinois 6th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 6th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 6th congressional district received 32 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $196,991.
District Office
2700 International. Dr. Ste. 304 West Chicago, Illinois 60185 P: (630) 232-0006 F: (630) 232-7393

Washington Office
227 Cannon House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-4561 F: (202) 225-1166

Website: http://roskam.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Joe Fawell Arts Staffer Email: joe.fawell@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 6th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Wheaton College - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Danny Davis (D)

Arts & Culture in the 7th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 7th congressional district spend more than $1.5 billion each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 41,400 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $916.5 million in household income Delivers $137.4 million in state and local government revenue

The 7th congressional district is home to more than 480 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Columbia College, the Field Museum, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, the Museum of Contemporary Arts, The Art Institute of Chicago, Adler Planetarium, The Poetry Foundation, and Terra Foundation for American Arts.

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis Illinois 7th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, 43 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were awarded to arts organizations and an individual artist in the 7th congressional district, totaling $2,107,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th congressional district received 170 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $2,255,200.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 7th congressional district received 43 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $247,000.
District Office
2746 W. Madison. St. Chicago, Illinois 60612 P: (773) 533-7520 F: (773) 533-7530

Washington Office
2159 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-5006 F: (202) 225-5641

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization

Website: http://davis.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Yul Edwards Arts Staffer Email: yul.edwards@mail.house.gov

* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 7th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Art Institute of Chicago - $20,000 Asian Improv aRts Midwest - $10,000 Chicago Architecture Foundation $25,000 Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education - $45,000 Chicago Chamber Musicians - $15,000 Chicago Human Rhythm Project - $10,000 Chicago Humanities Festival - $20,000 Chicago International Film Festival - $35,000 Chicago Jazz Philharmonic - $15,000 Chicago Opera Theater - $27,500 Chicago Sinfonietta - $12,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $50,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra $80,000 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - $75,000 Chicago Theatre Group - $90,000 Chinese Fine Arts Society $17,500 City of Chicago DCASE - $45,000 Columbia College Chicago - $30,000 Gilloury Institute - $20,000 Hubbard Street Dance Chicago - $70,000 Illinois Arts Council - $803,000 Instituto Cervantes of Chicago - $20,000 International Music Foundation - $11,500 Jazz Institute of Chicago - $12,500 Joffrey Ballet - $15,000 League of Chicago Theatres Foundation $10,000 Lookingglass Theatre Company - $15,000 Lyric Opera of Chicago - $50,000 Marwen Foundation - $60,000 Museum of Contemporary Art - $45,000 Music and Dance Theater Chicago - $10,000 Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Opera Center $40,000 River North Dance Company - $10,000 Rush Hour Concerts at St. James Cathedral - $10,000 Steppenwolf Theatre Company - $100,000 Storycatchers Theatre - $10,000 Third Coast International Audio Festival - $28,000 University of Illinois at Chicago - $20,000 Urban Gateways - $20,000

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Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth (D)

Arts & Culture in the 8 th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 8th congressional district spend more than $11 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 330 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $9.9 million in household income Delivers $1.2 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 93 nonprofit arts and The cultural organizations, including Arts in Bartlett, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Illinois Theatre Association, Prairie Center Arts, the Elgin Theatre Company, Festival Chorus, Theatre Y, the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Elgin Choral Union, and The Raupp Museum.

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U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth Illinois 8th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 8th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 8th congressional district received 18 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $78,000.
District Office
1701 E. Woodfield Rd. Ste. 900 Schaumburg, Illinois 60619 P: (847) 413-1959

Washington Office
104 Cannon House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-3711 F: (202) 225-7830

Website: http://duckworth.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Kalina Bakalov Arts Staffer Email: kalina.bakalov@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 8th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Anila Sinha Foundation for the Promotion of the Arts & Culture of India - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D)

Arts & Culture in the 9th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 9th congressional district spend more than $139 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 3,890 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $97 million in household income Delivers $15.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 9th congressional district is home to more than 400 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Music Institute of Chicago, the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, the Skokie Valley Symphony, the Park Ridge Cultural Arts Council, the North Shore Performing Arts Center, Main Street Opera, City Lit Theatre Company, the North Shore Art League, Art Encounter, and the Arlington Heights Art Guild.

U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky Illinois 9th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th congressional district received 6 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $107,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th congressional district received 100 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $495,635.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in the 9th congressional district received 13 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $45,000.
District Office
5533 N. Broadway. St. Chicago, Illinois 60640 P: (773) 506-7100 F: (773) 506-9202

Washington Office
2367 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-2111 F: (202) 225-6890

= nonprofit arts and cultural organization

Website: http://schakowsky.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Waverly Gordon Arts Staffer Email: waverly.gordon@mail.house.gov

* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 9th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


About Face Theatre Collective - $20,000 Chicago Filmmakers - $15,000 Eighth Blackbird Performing Arts Association - $20,000 Experimental Sound Studio - $12,000 Korean American Resource and Cultural Center - $10,000 Literature for All of Us - $30,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Brad Schneider (D)

Arts & Culture in the 10th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 10th congressional district spend more than $117 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 3,500 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $104.7 million in household income Delivers $13 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 167 nonprofit arts The and cultural organizations, including the Chicago Botanic Gardens, the Ravinia Festival Association, the Highland Park Cultural Arts Commission, Kohl Childrens Museum, Midwest Young Artists , the Waukegan Arts Council, the Waukegan Arts Council, Kidstage Productions, the Deer Path Art League, and Writers Theatre.

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U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider Illinois 10th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 10th congressional district received 3 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $75,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 10th congressional district received 26 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $197,100.
District Office
111 Barclay Blvd. Ste. 200 Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069 P: (847) 793-0625

Washington Office
317 Cannon House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-4835 F: (202) 225-0837

Website: http://schneider.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Cara Toman Arts Staffer Email: cara.toman@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 10th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Jazz Education Network - $40,000 Midwest Young Artists - $20,000 Ravinia Festival Association - $15,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Bill Foster (D)

Arts & Culture in the 11th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 11tht congressional district spend more than $39 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 1,000 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $31.3 million in household income Delivers $4.8 million in state and local government revenue

The 11th congressional district is home to more than 112 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Joliet Area Historical Museum, the Naperville Heritage Society, Paramount Arts Centre, Rialto Square Theatre, the Fox Valley Festival Chorus, the Joliet Drama Guild, and the Naperville Men's Glee Club.

U.S. Rep. Bill Foster Illinois 11th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 11th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 11th congressional district received 14 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $48,150.
District Office
2711 E. New York St. Ste. 204 Aurora, Illinois 60502 P: (630) 585-7672

Washington Office
1224 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-3515 F: (202) 225-9420

Website: http://foster.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Jim Callaghan Arts Staffer Email: jim.callaghan@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 11th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


University of St. Francis - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman William Enyart (D)

Arts & Culture in the 12th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 12th congressional district spend more than $17 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 510 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $15 million in household income Delivers $1.9 million in state and local government revenue

The 12th congressional district is home to more than 142 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Art on the Square, the Jacoby Arts Center, Carbondale Community Arts, Alton Little Theater, the Alton Symphony Orchestra, the Granada Center for the Performing Arts, The Science Center, and the Olmsted Historical Society

U.S. Rep. William Enyart Illinois 12th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 12th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 12th congressional district received 25 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $322,195.
District Office
23 Public Sq. Ste. 404 Belleville, Illinois 62220 P: (618) 233-8026 F: (618) 233-8765

Washington Office
1722 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-5661 F: (202) 225-0285

Website: http://enyart.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Jesse Spodak Arts Staffer Email: jesse.spodak@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 12th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Southwestern Illinois College - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Rodney Davis (R)

Arts & Culture in the 13th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 13th congressional district spend more than $93 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 2,700 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $81 .1 million in household income Delivers $10.5 million in state and local government revenue

The 13th congressional district is home to more than 252 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, 40 North-88 West, the Champaign-Urbana Symphony, the Edwardsville Childrens Museum, the Illinois State Museum, the Springfield Area Arts Council, Hoogland Center for the Arts, the Illinois Theatre Consortium, and the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts,

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis Illinois 13th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 13th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 13th congressional district received 75 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $672,731.
District Office
2004 Fox Dr. Champaign, Illinois 61820 P: (217) 403-4690 F: (217) 403-4691

Washington Office
1740 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-2371 F: (202) 226-0791

Website: http://rodneydavis.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Ryan Cunningham Arts Staffer Email: ryan.cunningham@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 13th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


McLean County Arts Association - $10,000

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Congressman Randy Hultgren (R)

Arts & Culture in the 14th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 14th congressional district spend more than $11 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 345 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $10.1 million in household income Delivers $1.3 million in state and local government revenue

The 14th congressional district is home to more than 149 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Raue Center for the Arts, the Woodstock Mozart Festival, the McHenry County Historical Society, Batavia Music Buffs, Fox Valley Childrens Chorus, the Antioch Fine Arts Foundation, the Kendall Arts Guild, the Plainfield Art League, the St, Charles Arts Council and Water Street Studios.

U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren Illinois 14th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 14th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 14th congressional district received 14 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $45,725.
District Office
1797 State St. Ste. A Geneva, Illinois 60134 P: (630) 232-7104 F: (630) 232-7174

Washington Office
332 Cannon House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-2976 F: (202) 225-0697

Website: http://hultgren.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Scott Luginbill Arts Staffer Email: scott.luginbill@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 14th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Batavia Access Television - $10,000

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Congressman John Shimkus (R)

Arts & Culture in the 15th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 15th congressional district spend more than $10 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 310 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $9.3 million in household income Delivers $1.2 million in state and local government revenue

The 15th congressional district is home to more than 177 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including Arts Connection of Central Illinois, the Bicentennial Art Center and Museum, Salem Community Theatre & Cultural Center, County of Effingham Fine Arts, the Danville Symphony Orchestra, the Danville Art League, and Little Theatre on the Square

U.S. Rep. John Shimkus Illinois 15th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 15th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 15th congressional district received 16 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $147,675.
District Office
15 Professional Park Dr. Maryville, Illinois 62062 P: (618) 288-7190 F: (618) 288-7219

Washington Office
2452 Rayburn House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-5721 F: (202) 225-5880

Website: http://shimkus.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Jim Goldstein Arts Staffer Email: jim.goldstein@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 15th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Centralia Cultural Society - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R)

Arts & Culture in the 16th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 16th congressional district spend more than $11 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 345 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $10.2 million in household income Delivers $1.2 million in state and local government revenue

congressional district is home to more than 168 nonprofit arts The and cultural organizations, including Anderson Gardens, the Boone County Arts Council, Midway Village & Museum Center, New Sullivan Theater, the NIU Art Museum, the Rockford Aquarium, the Illinois Valley Youth Symphony, and the Illinois Alliance for Arts Education.

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U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger Illinois 16th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: N

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 16th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 16th congressional district received 17 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $77,382.
District Office
628 Columbus St. Ste. 507 Ottawa, Illinois 61350 P: (815) 431-9271 F: (815) 431-9383

Washington Office
1221 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-3635 F: (202) 225-3521

Website: http://kinzinger.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Patrick Ptak Arts Staffer Email: patrick.ptak@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 16th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Northern Illinois University - $10,000

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Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (D)

Arts & Culture in the 17th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 17th congressional district spend more than $62 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 1,800 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $53.8 million in household income Delivers $7.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 17th congressional district is home to more than 246 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Rockford Art Museum, Quad City Arts, the Discovery Center Museum, the Burpee Museum, the John Deere Home & Farm Heritage Museum, Quad City Symphony Orchestra, the Rockford Area Arts Council, the Klehm Arboretum and Botanic Garden, the Orpheum Theatre, and Ballet Quad Cities.

U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos Illinois 17th District


Arts Caucus Member: N STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations in the 17th congressional district received 2 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $65,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 17th congressional district received 58 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $538,079.
District Office
2401 4th Ave. Rock Island, Illinois 61201 P: (309) 786-3406 F: (309) 786-3720

Washington Office
1009 Longworth House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-5905

Website: http://bustos.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Donald Rozman Arts Staffer Email: donald.rozman@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 17th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Quad City Arts - $45,000 Rockford Area Arts Council - $20,000

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Congressman Aaron Schock (R)

Arts & Culture in the 18th Congressional District


Arts organizations and their audiences in the 18th congressional district spend more than $19 million each year.* This spending:
Supports nearly 590 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $17.4 million in household income Delivers $2.1 million in state and local government revenue

The 18th congressional district is home to more than 242 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations, including the Illinois Central College Performing Arts Center, Quincy Society of Fine Arts, the Sun Foundation, Quincy Community Theatre, the Quincy Art Center, Heartland Festival Orchestra, and the Hyde Park Suzuki Institute.

U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock Illinois 18th District


Arts Caucus Member: Y STEAM Caucus Member: Y

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, an arts organization in the 18th congressional district received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $10,000.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in the 18th congressional district received 31 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $247,804.
District Office
100 N E. Monroe Rm. 100 Peoria, Illinois 61602 P: (309) 671-7027 F: (309) 671-7309

Washington Office
328 Cannon House Office Bldg Washington, DC 20515 P: (202) 225-6201 F: (202) 225-9249

Website: http://schock.house.gov/ Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer: Kelli Ripp Arts Staffer Email: kelli.ripp@mail.house.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

NEA Grants Received in the 18th District

National Endowment for the Arts - 2013


Peoria Ballet Company - $10,000

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

Senator Dick Durbin (D)

Arts & Culture in the State of Illinois


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois spend $2.75 billion each year.* This spending: Years Served: 1997 - Present Cultural Caucus Member? YES (112th Congress)

Supports 78,000 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $2.3 billion in household income to Illinois residents Delivers $324 million in state and local government revenue
Illinois is home to more than 3,725 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

Illinois Senior Senator

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations and individual artists in Illinois received 89 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $3,014,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 810 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,143,725.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 194 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $1,000,000.

District Office 230 S. Dearborn St. Ste. 3892 Chicago, Illinois 60604 P: (312) 353-4952 F: (312) 353-0150

Washington Office 711 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 P: (202) 224-2152 F: (202) 228-0400

Website: http://durbin.senate.gov Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer Email: jasmine_hunt@durbin.senate.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

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Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R)

Arts & Culture in the State of Illinois


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois spend $2.75 billion each year.* This spending: Years Served: 2010 - Present Cultural Caucus Member? No

Supports 78,000 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $2.3 billion in household income to Illinois residents Delivers $324 million in state and local government revenue
Illinois is home to more than 3,725 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

Illinois Junior Senator

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations and individual artists in Illinois received 89 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $3,014,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 810 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,143,725.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 194 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $1,000,000.

District Office 230 S. Dearborn St. Ste. 3900 Chicago, Illinois 60604 P: (312) 886-3506 F: (312) 886-2117

Washington Office 524 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 P: (202) 224-2854 F: 202-228-4611

Website: http://www.kirk.senate.gov Email: Email form available on website Arts Staffer Email: sarah_walter@kirk.senate.gov
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is based on each organization's most recent available financial information. Economic impact was calculated using a formula based upon Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.

State of Illinois

Arts & Culture in the State of Illinois


Arts organizations and their audiences in Illinois spend $2.75 billion each year.* This spending:

Supports 78,000 full-time-equivalent jobs Generates $2.3 billion in household income to Illinois residents Delivers $324 million in state and local government revenue
Illinois is home to more than 3,725 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

National Endowment for the Arts


In 2013, arts organizations and individual artists in Illinois received 89 grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, totaling $3,014,900.

Illinois Arts Council Agency


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 810 grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, totaling $7,143,725.

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


In 2013, arts organizations in Illinois received 194 grants from the Chicago DCASE, totaling $1,000,000.

Website: http://www.artsalliance.org
= nonprofit arts and cultural organization
* All economic impact data is from Americans for the Arts' and Arts Alliance Illinois' Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study using data from the Illinois Cultural Data Project (IL-CDP) and the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS).

tel 312.855.3105 | fax 312.855.1565 | artsalliance.org

Prepared by Arts Alliance Illinois.