Send Us Your Arts Objects and Take Part in Collaborative California PSA
Approximately once a year the California Arts Council uses in-house talent and sweat to create a public-value driven public-service announcement (PSA) on the arts. This year we're proposing a collaborative project, and we need your help.
American Masterpieces-California: Upcoming Performances
The California Arts Council takes great pleasure in offering the second set of tours for American Masterpieces-California, a statewide initiative for the citizens of California. This particular part of the American Masterpieces-California initiative is titled "Musica Festiva de las Misiones (Festive Music of the Missions), music from the California's Hispano-Mexican Era." Click "more" to see the scheduled dates for performances this spring.
Panel Review of Artists in Schools program April 14-16
The California Arts Council's Artists in Schools program -- the largest program from the agency -- provides support for professional artists as community arts resources, complementing ongoing arts education in California schools. This is the first of two Artists in Schools 2008-09 panels, adjudicating applicants and their applications in the following disciplines: music, literature, and multi-disciplinary fields. Click "more" to see information.
On The Arts: Three Grammar Mistakes, Two Big Words, and One Big Lesson
The Dana Foundation recently announced the publishing of a major report on the effects of arts training on brain function. While the report findings were announced on March 4, 2008 (attendees at the California Arts Council statewide conference were some of the first to see it), Dana Foundation Chair William Safire informed audiences of the study in 2006. Take a look at the California Arts Council wrap-up of Safire's speech from 2006 to learn more about this important study.
Arts in the MediaArts in the Media page keeps up with news, features and editorials on arts-related issues from major news sources
Arts Insider NewsArts Insider News keeps the arts community up-to-date with arts-related information that might not be included in major news outlets
The GrantfinderThe California Arts Council is often notified of other financial opportunities like grants and initiatives, and we pass the information along to California ArtBeat readers
Arts HappenTake a look at the vast number of arts-related competitions available for Californians
Arts JobsTake a look at the vast number of arts-related competitions available for Californians
Artist CallTake a look at the vast number of arts-related competitions available for Californians
Arts InformReports and studies on the arts as they relate to education, the economy, communities, quality of life, and other aspects of our lives
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