SMU DataArts Webinars Help Nonprofits Make Most of Their Data

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SMU DataArts will be offering the following upcoming webinars to help nonprofit arts organizations make more robust use of their organization’s data. All webinars are free and simply require registration at the links provided below.

Annual Satisfaction Survey

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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.

Citizens’ Institute on Rural Design

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The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Housing Assistance Council (HAC), with buildingcommunityWORKSHOP ([bc]), are excited to announce the Request for Applications to the Citizens’ Institute on Rural Design (CIRD). Rural communities are invited to submit applications to receive design support and technical assistance to host a local rural design workshop or participate in a learning cohort.

Arts Commission Awards Research and Development Grants to 31 Arizona Artists

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The Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, has awarded $5,000 Research and Development Grants to 31 artists throughout the state. This year, thanks to a new public-philanthropic partnership between the state agency and the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF), and through funding from the Newton and Betty Rosenzweig Fund for the Arts, the number of available awards more than doubled, from 15 to 31.

State Budget Includes $2.2 Million for Arts in Arizona

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The $11.8 billion fiscal year 2020 budget passed early Tuesday morning by the Arizona State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Doug Ducey includes $2.2 million dedicated to the arts in Arizona.

Arizona Museums Offer Free Admission to Military this Summer

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This summer, museums in Arizona will open their doors to military and their families as part of the ninth annual Blue Star Museums program, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in collaboration with Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums nationwide to offer free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

Show Arizona the Impact of a Grant

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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 you can help the Arts Commission tell the story of Arizona’s arts sector and its statewide impact.

FY2020 Panel Review Dates

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Each year, the Arizona Commission on the Arts convenes volunteer panelists from across the state to review applications for Community Investment Grants. These meetings are open to the public and offer a prime opportunity for current and prospective applicants to learn more about the qualities of successful, competitive grant applications.

Dance in the Desert 2019

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Latinx dancemakers, arts administrators, and scholars from throughout the region and across the country will gather in Phoenix from April 26-28, 2018, for the inaugural convening of Dance in the Desert, a unique opportunity for the Latinx dance community to come together, deepen relationships, and expand research for the field.