The NEA awarded 1,071 grants totaling $80.5 million to support programs that provide jobs to artists, administrators, and other creative workers and arts experiences for millions of people. 11 Arizona arts organizations were awarded a total amount of $445,00 in this funding round.
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The Arizona Commission on the Arts is proud to announce the graduates of our second AZ Creative Aging Teaching Artist Institute. These 11 artists, who come from cities and towns across the state and specialize in a variety of artistic disciplines, join the inaugural cohort of Teaching Artist Institute graduates, applying their skills and knowledge to work with older adult populations.
Through Arts Partnerships Programs: 2016 and 2017 School Years Cross-Case Evaluation” reports on two arts integration programs implemented over a two year period in three Arizona schools with funding support from the Arts Commission’s Strengthening Schools Through Arts Partnerships (SSTAP) grant program.
“Our sincere thanks to Governor Ducey, his staff, and Arizona’s state legislators for their foresight and leadership in supporting arts and culture. We are honored to work in partnership with our elected leaders, as they know what we know: investments in arts and culture directly benefit Arizonans in myriad positive ways.”
Our Town is the National Endowment for the Arts’ creative placemaking grants program. These grants support projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, and/or social outcomes.
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.
It’s that time again! Each year the Arizona Commission on the Arts invites Arizonans to let us know how we’re doing in our efforts to serve Arizona’s communities.
On April 23-25, 2018 Sophie Weinzinger, a junior at Coconino High School in Flagstaff, represented Arizona at the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington, DC. Competing against State Champions from all 50 states and US territories, Weinzinger was one of only nine students to advance to the final round of competition!
The Arizona Commission on the Arts announced today that Ben Watters will leave his position as the state agency’s Grants and Research Director on April 26, 2018. Alongside the announcement of Watters’ departure, the Arts Commission released a call for a Digital Operations Manager.
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.