Did you miss the opportunity to register for 2019 Poetry Out Loud during the registration period? Good news: You’ve got a second chance!
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On September 18, 2018, The Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) and the Arizona Commission on the Arts announced a joint effort to support Arizona artists, including additional funding from the recently established Newton and Betty Rosenzweig Fund for the Arts, an endowment held at ACF.
As the application and review process for R&D Grants have changed significantly this year, the Arts Commission invites artists of all experience levels and disciplines to participate in a statewide interactive conversation with Arts Commission staff and past grantees on crafting a successful R&D Grant application!
A report released today by the Arizona Department of Education and the Arizona Commission on the Arts offers new insights into arts instruction access and participation rates in Arizona schools. Among the findings: as of 2016 only 65% of K-8 students had access to both music and art instruction.
Every two years, the Arizona Commission on the Arts and Arizona Department of Education co-host a Joint Arts Education Conference (JAEC) with arts educators from all disciplines. This year, the co-hosts have enlisted a highly qualified cohort of experts on creative youth engagement strategies to lead the planning and presentation of JAEC.
Update: The 2019 Arizona Poetry Out Loud school registration period is now closed. For information on late registration, please contact Arizona Poetry Out Loud Coordinator Anastasia Freyermuth.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Joint Arts Education Conference! Taking place at El Conquistador Tucson on November 13, 2018, the conference will bring together Arizona’s arts educators, teaching artists, and arts administrators for a full day of professional development.
At their quarterly meeting in June 2018, the Governor-appointed board of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, a state agency that also administers funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, approved $2,647,541 in grants to Arizona nonprofit arts organizations, festivals, schools, and community-based programs throughout the state.
The NFA Artist/Ensemble grant program is for U.S. and Puerto Rico-based Latino artists, in all disciplines, working individually or as part of a Latino ensemble, arts collective, or community-based arts group.
The AZ Creative Communities team from Casa Grande invites submissions for a logo design, which will be used to promote the “CG Mosaic Festival.” The “CG Mosaic Festival” will reflect the vision of the Casa Grande Creative Communities Team to bring creative and interactive art experiences to the community of Casa Grande.