Dalton Arts Project has scholarships available to committed students of dance and/or art who have fallen on times of financial or other hardship. These scholarships are made available through the generosity of our donors and as such, there is an application process. For scholarship information, please call Dalton Arts Project at 706-529-2787 or click on Here to Contact Us via Email.
Ticket subsidy programs provide the opportunity for many to attend Nutcracker and other performances. Hundreds of underserved are invited guests to Nutcracker each year through the generous ticket subsidy program offered by Dalton Arts Project. Guests from the Martin Luther King Children's Choir, the Boys and Girls Club, the SeniorCenter, the Crisis Center, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, First Presbyterian Church, the Family Support Council, Helping the Hurting, and the residents of the Georgia Sheriff's Youth Home have all enjoyed the performances in past years.
Dalton Chamber Choir
Fine choral music is an integral part of Dalton Arts Project, Dalton Chamber Choir (formerly Chorus Peregrinus), a volunteer choir of adults who enjoy studying classical, sacred, choral music, sang for the first time with performance support from Dalton Arts Project on April 15, 2007 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Athens. This “wandering choir”, as their name translates, began in 1993 in Dalton with singers from many professions who have been asked to perform their beautiful music in many venues, including many historic sacred spaces in the eastern United States and northern England. The group meets weekly to rehearse and includes singers from all around the Chattanooga, TN/Dalton, GA area. They have performed in Dalton, Cartersville, Cedartown, Atlanta, and Madison, Georgia, and Signal Mountain, St. Elmo, Soddy Daisy, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, as well as Washington, D.C., Williamsburg and Yorktown, Virginia and London, Bosham and Titchmarsh, England traveling thousands of miles since its beginnings.