Every month the Arts Council spotlights a grantee to showcase the amazing impact your United Arts Campaign contributions have on the community and beyond. This month’s spotlight is on the Queen Ann Nzinga Center. Read our previous grantee spotlights.
Queen Ann Nzinga Center aims to foster children’s development by providing them with opportunities to connect within a community of peers and mentors, discover and hone their individual talents, and achieve success in a collaborative environment that celebrates diversity. They are a non-profit organization located in New Britain, Connecticut named after a prominent 15th century African queen known for her sharp wit and intelligence. The center focuses on youth programming, an annual series of concerts and events and a professional music group. Read More