Hammonds House Museum has been awarded a ,000 Arts Project Award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support their current exhibition, “Rhythm of Resilience: The Artistry of Sam Middleton.” This exhibition opened on May 17 and will run until August 18.

NEA Chair Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD, praised projects like “Rhythm of Resilience” for their ability to tell community stories creatively, foster connections, and address challenges through the arts. The NEA believes that investing in art and design not only enhances cultural vitality but also contributes to community health, infrastructure, and the economy.

Donna Watts-Nunn, Managing Director of Hammonds House Museum, expressed gratitude for the recognition from the NEA, emphasizing how such support enables the museum to deliver high-quality exhibitions, community programs, and engaging events for visitors.

This award highlights the importance of art in society and the positive impact it can have on communities. Visitors are encouraged to explore the “Rhythm of Resilience” exhibition at Hammonds House Museum to experience the artistry of Sam Middleton firsthand.

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