Blue Star Museums Offer Free Admission to Active-Duty Military

A collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America, the Blue Star Museums program offers free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel, including National Guard and Reserve, and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

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Annual Satisfaction Survey

The Arizona Commission on the Arts endeavors to continually improve the service and support it provides to Arizona's arts sector. To this end, the Arts Commission invites your candid appraisal of the agency and its work in this confidential survey. Information you provide will be used in the construction of annual reports to the Governor of Arizona and to the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as for internal performance measures.

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AZ ArtWorker Delivers Artist Training to Douglas, Tucson and Phoenix

It's been a busy month for AZ ArtWorker. The artist-to-artist professional development program launched last summer by the Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation brought unique and culturally-relevant learning opportunities to Douglas, Tucson and Phoenix in May.

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Show Arizona the Impact of a Grant

The Arizona Commission on the Arts invites individuals and organizations that received grants in the past year to show Arizona what public funding for the arts can accomplish. By sharing photos of your grant at work via the form below you can help the Arts Commission tell the story of Arizona's arts sector and its statewide impact. 

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AZ ArtWorker: Cafesito con Margarita Cabrera

On June 11, 2016, join us for a meet and greet with Margarita Cabrera, a Mexican-American artist whose objects and activities address timely issues related to border relations, labor practices and immigration. Margarita will talk about her latest project Space in Between, a collaboration with ASU Art Museum, Desert Botanical Gardens and various community organizations.

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Alex! Jimenez created a “geographic alphabet book” of screen-prints featuring letters found in the distinctive signage of Tucson’s south side. The prints tell the stories of the streets and businesses of the area. She's one of five artists featured in our upcoming exhibition, Land Tracings at Chartreuse. Learn more at ... See MoreSee Less

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