Make a difference.

At The Gloster Arts Project, we firmly believe that exposure to the arts, culture, and history should be available to everyone, especially to children in rural, isolated, chronically under-served and under-resourced communities wherever they are.

We welcome children ages 6-18 years old in grades 1-12th. Six year olds must be able to read and write. High school graduates aged 18 years old may also apply if they have not yet begun college.

Besides cultural enrichment, the arts benefit children in so many important ways, including improved self-esteem, confidence, critical thinking skills and cognition. Creative young people who have access to the arts tend to be high achievers, go to college, and become productive, contributing members of society

The Gloster Arts Project (aka The Gloster Project) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that benefits creative young people who have little or no access to the arts. You can help make a difference. Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law.  Make checks payable to: The Gloster Arts Project and mail to The Gloster Arts Project, 1925 7th Ave #7L, New York NY 10026-2237. 

Thank you for your support.

This project is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Mississippi Arts Commission, and with support from SippCulture, the Peter N.G. Schwartz Foundation, the Scone Foundation, the Lucy Goldman Fund at the San Diego Community Foundation, other private foundations, and individual donors.

The Gloster Arts Project [EIN 47-0960904] is headquartered at 1406 George F. West, Sr. Hwy Natchez, MS 39120. The mailing address is 1925 7th Ave 7L, New York, NY 10026-2237. Email us at: