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If you'd prefer to share your creative spark by mail, print and complete this form (if you are a minor, have your parent or guardian complete this form instead) and mail it along with your submission to
Arizona Commission on the Arts
Attn: Creative Spark
417 W Roosevelt St
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Please be aware that your submission will not be returned to you.
The Arizona Citizens for the Arts will honor Catherine “Rusty” Foley, longtime arts advocate and supporter who served as executive director at AZCA for eight years before her retirement, and Bob Booker, who was executive director at the Arizona Commission on the Arts from 2006 to 2017. They will receive Shelley Awards at the 39th annual Governor’s Arts awards celebration, which will recognize arts across the state, March 26 at the Mesa Arts Center. aesaz.co/ELP/GAA2020/Tickets ... See MoreSee Less
Lifelong Arts Engagement Grant recipient, Dansense will present "Look into my Voice, Hear my Dance," a culmination of collaborations in creative expression, using dance and other media, between students of Bharata Natyam and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence at the Hackett House, Feb 29-March 1. For more info, visit www.dansense.org/events.html ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
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. ... See MoreSee Less