A talented group of arts education partners, alongside national, state, and local grant-makers and corporate partners, allow Thomasville Center for the Arts to provide a robust menu of arts programming.
Resident arts education partners utilize classroom and performing spaces at the Center to provide high-quality artistic instruction in visual art, music, dance and performing arts, as well as bring renowned professional artists and performers to Southwest Georgia.
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Federal and private foundation funding plays an integral part in advancing the mission of the Center. Current grant makers supporting Thomasville Center for the Arts include:
- Ben Grace Fund
- Bradan Lane Foundation
- Cherokee Foundation Charitable Trust
- Chubb Literary Fund
- Emily and Bill Searcy Charitable Trust
- Georgia Council for the Arts
- Jasper and Marthalene Davis Foundation
- Lewis Hall & Mildred Sasser Singletary Foundation, Inc.
- Marguerite Neel Williams Perpetual Fund
- National Endowment for the Arts
- Parker Poe Charitable Trust
- Perkins Foundation
- Thomasville Antique Show Foundation, Inc.
- Thomasville Entertainment Foundation
- William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation, Inc.
- Williams Family Foundation of Georgia, Inc.
Local schools, colleges, and educators partner with the Center to enhance arts education and integration efforts:
- Brookwood School
- Grady County Schools
- Thomas County Schools
- Thomas University
- Thomasville City Schools
Each year, many generous corporate and individual donors participate in annual giving, Due South, Wildlife Arts Festival, program support, and the Center’s capital campaign.