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The National Flute Association to Receive $10,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

May 15, 2024, 16:00 PM by Noah Cline

 May 15th, 2024

CHICAGO—The National Flute Association (NFA) is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a Grants for Arts Projects award of $10,000. This grant will support The NFA’s 2024 Convention, which will convene thousands of flutists of all ages in San Antonio, TX this August for four days of workshops, performances, and artistic development. In total, the NEA will award 1,135 Grants for Arts Projects awards totaling more than $37 million as part of its second round of fiscal year 2024 grants. 

“Projects like the NFA’s exemplify the creativity and care with which communities are telling their stories, creating connection, and responding to challenges and opportunities in their communities—all through the arts,” said NEA Chair Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD. “So many aspects of our communities such as cultural vitality, health and wellbeing, infrastructure, and the economy are advanced and improved through investments in art and design, and the National Endowment for the Arts is committed to ensuring people across the country benefit.”

Each year, NFA members gather for four days of recitals, masterclasses, workshops, competitions and more. The 2024 convention, themed “Flauta Mundi: Global Voices of the Flute,” celebrates the global nature of the flute community, and will take place Aug. 1-4, 2024 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX. More information is available at

For more information on other projects included in the NEA’s grant announcement, visit

About The NFA

The National Flute Association (NFA) was founded in 1972 as a common ground for flutists to exchange ideas and inspiration and has expanded in the decades since to include a quarterly magazine, an annual convention, and a dynamic assortment of scholarship programs, commissions, and member-driven initiatives. Nearly 4,000 people from all 50 states and more than 40 countries are NFA members, including leading soloists, orchestral players, jazz and world music performers, teachers, adult amateurs, and students of all ages. With 25 committees and more than 300 volunteers and appointees, the NFA finds its heartbeat in its members, who keep the gears turning at full speed with their passion and limitless supply of ideas. The NFA values and celebrates the contributions of all its stakeholders and is committed to growing as a diverse and equitable organization.

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