FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Kentucky Foundation for the Arts wants to make its mark on at least 900 automobiles in the state.
That is the number of applications needed for a new license plate benefiting the arts in Kentucky to begin production.
The foundation on Tuesday unveiled a specialty plate called “Experience the Arts” that was designed by Louisville artist Jeaneen Barnhart. Drivers who choose the plate can designate support for arts groups that receive funding from the Kentucky Arts Council.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet must receive at least 900 applications with a $25 contribution to get the plates into production. License plate applications can be accessed at www.artscouncil.ky.gov.
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