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Ambassador to Singapore donates works from private collection to IU museum\n The IU Art Museum is exhibiting six rare works on loan from the private collection of U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Steven Green and his wife, Dorothea. These six works of art range from sacred and secular paintings by 17th century Dutch and Flemish masters to a French Impressionist landscape by Eugene Boudin, a pen and ink drawing by Paul Signac and a major abstract oil on paper by Robert Motherwell. \nBefore Green was appointed ambassador to Singapore, he was an international industrialist and private investor. Most recently, he served as chairman and chief executive officer of the Astrum International Corporation, a consulting firm for online marketing.\nOn loan for a year, the paintings will be on display in the first floor gallery of Western art until June 2001. The IU Art Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. It is closed on Mondays and major holidays. For more information, visit the museum online at www.indiana.edu/~iuam.\nLocal organizations receive grants for next year\nThe Bloomington Area Arts Council announced in late July that 22 local Indiana arts providers will benefit from $75,849 in grant awards for arts programming activities in the next year.\nRecipients include:\n• $1,981 to the Brown County Art Gallery Inc. \n• $915 to Indiana Heritage Arts of Brown County \n• $500 to the Brown County Chamber of Commerce \n• $13,896 to the Brown County Playhouse\n• $4,787 to the Shawnee Theater of Greene County \n• $5,327 to the North Lawrence Community Schools\n• $1,271 to the Friends of the Mill in Lawrence County \n• $500 to the Lawrence County Community Concert Association\n• $500 to the Little Theater of Bedford \n• $2,528 to the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra \n• $2,939 to the Bloomington Chamber Singers\n• $5,024 to the Windfall Dancers\n• $5,508 to the Early Music Associates\n• $2,393 to WTIU'TV\n• $4,964 to the Bloomington Playwrights Project\n• $4,964 to the USA International Harp Competition\n• $4,526 to the Area 10 Agency on Aging in Monroe County\n• $1,976 to the Indiana Review in Monroe County\n• $4,781 to the IU School of Fine Arts Gallery\n• $5,569 to the Lotus Education and Arts Foundation in Monroe County\n• $500 to the Gosport Elementary School in Owen County\n• $500 to the Friends of Owen County

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