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.
Image Format Guidelines:
- Images should be high quality and high resolution photographs, at least 300 dpi and not smaller than 3” X 5”.
- Photographs must be submitted as digital files, in either JPEG or PNG format.
We would prefer images that…
- are vibrant and colorful,
- depict active engagement as opposed to static poses, and
- reflect the range and diversity of the work you do and the people you serve.
We are particularly in need of images that depict…
- lifelong learning in, through or about the arts,
- artists actively engaged in their craft, and
- the spaces where art happens in Arizona (e.g., performing arts centers, artist studios, museums, classrooms, community centers, festival grounds, etc.)
Banner Photo: Artist Oliverio Balcells contributes to a community art project devised by visiting artist Betsabeé Romero and organized through a partnership of CALA Alliance and AZ ArtWorker, a program of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, in collaboration with Growhouse 2.0 and Roosevelt Row CDC. Generous support provided by the Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation and the Emily T. Hall Tremaine Foundation. Photo by Alonso Parra.