Call for Applications | AZ Creative Aging: Researchapalooza

AZ Creative Aging Researchapalooza is a year-long data collection and research challenge focused on gathering data about existing creative aging programs and their participants.

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AZ Creative Voices Podcast Shares Stories of Creative Communities

“This podcast series is a beautiful and fitting outgrowth of the AZ CCI initiative. For 2-plus years we learned together—artists and community leaders, educators, dedicated residents, business owners and service providers—all sharing expertise in an evolving creative collaboration,”

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Introducing Claudio Dicochea, Our New Organizational Programs Manager

The Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, announced today the hire of Claudio Dicochea to the position of Organizational Programs Manager. The position was previously held by Kristen Pierce Kent, who left the agency in October 2019.

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SMU DataArts Webinars Help Nonprofits Make Most of Their Data

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.

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2020 AZ Poetry Out Loud Regional and State Finals

Each year, thousands of students across the state compete in Poetry Out Loud, a national poetry recitation competition. In February, each participating school will send their champion to one of three regional competitions to determine the nine students who will vie for the title of state champion in March.

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Are you a teaching artist who works with older adults? How about a nonprofit arts or health/aging organization with creative aging programs? AZ Creative Aging: Researchapalooza is a year-long data collection and research challenge focused on gathering data about existing creative aging programs and their participants.
Want to join the fun? Submit your application by March 5!
Visit azarts.gov/az-creative-aging/researchapalooza/ to apply.
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National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures awarded a NALAC Fund for the Arts artist project grant to Las Fronterizas to support the creation, development, and production of “Mis Amores Fronterizos,” a multidisciplinary performance scheduled for March 2020 at the US/Mexico border in Douglas, AZ and Agua Prieta, SON. nalac.org/members/las-fronterizas/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to show Arizona some birthday love today? How about listening to AZ Creative Voices, a beautiful new podcast series that explores Arizona communities working with artists for positive civic outcomes?
azarts.gov/azcci/
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