The National Endowment for the Arts awarded grants to 12 Austin cultural organizations and three area poets in its most recent round of funding for 2014, announced Tuesday.

“It’s Like a Sculpture, but with More Breakdancing” Sergio Garcia. “Young Latino Artists 18: Con/Juntos,” Mexic-Arte Museum, 2013

Organization receiving grants are:

Austin Film Society: $34,000, for several curated film and video series.Austin Independent School District: $80,000 for its Creative Learning Initiative.Austin Lyric Opera: $20,000 for a new production of Carlisle Floyd’s “Of Mice and Men,” the organization’s first new American opera production since 2007.Cine Las Americas: $10,000 for its Cine Las Americas International Film Festival.Contemporary Austin: $35,000 for an exhibit exploring multi-sensory, immersive contemporary art.Fusebox Festival: $25,000 for three new performance art productionsGreat Promise for American Indians: $10,000 for the  Texas American Indian Heritage Festival and Austin PowwowMexic-Arte Museum: $25,000 for its Young Latino Artists annual exhibit.Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance: $25,000 to support visiting master artists.Tapestry Dance Company: $10,000 for its 15th annual Soul to Sole Tap FestivalWomen & Their Work: $20,000 for its series of solo exhibitions by Texas women.Zach Theatre: $40,000 for the  premiere production of Anna Deavere Smith’s “On Grace.”

Austin poets who received $25,000 grants were Sam Sax, Susan Somers-Willett and Laura Saurborn Young.