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The California Arts Council JUMP StArts program lies the foundation for healing through art.
Gerald Buck, a Newport Beach property developer who died in 2013, bequeathed more than 3,200 original works to UC Irvine.
The Resilience Project consists of low cost, quality art classes in photography, creative writing, painting and printmaking, funded by a grant from the California Arts Council.
California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia captivated his audience Nov. 16, 2017, in his first-ever reading at California State University, Northridge.
The William James Association celebrates 40 years of its Prison Arts Project.
Are the arts spreading? $8.45 billion was spent on building cultural institutions around the world last yearArtnet
More than 101 major cultural facilities opened around the globe in 2016, according to a new report.
The Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective is taking a new approach to arts education access.
Your child's quirky art isn't just cute-science suggests that even the most bizarre depictions can have deep creative intention.
Empathy is fast becoming the secret to success.
The new economy, the creative economy, is begging for attention.
This year, 2017, will be Createquity's last.
Thanks to RoseLee Goldberg, performance art has a place in new museums and history books.
A unique year-old pilot music program inside Pennsylvania's largest prison needs funding to keep going. Its early success and relationship with the state offers a look inside our appetite for - and the limits of - a new kind of criminal justice reform.
A new system can break a work down into individual brush or pencil lines and figure out the artist behind it.
The Lake County Office of Education and Lake County Arts Council have partnered up to bring an art contest for Lake County students.
Lake County Board of Supervisors approve branding the county an arts destination as part of the Rural Arts Initiative.
Grass Valley-Nevada City Cultural District invites the community to join in the conversation.
California Arts Council grantee Art Produce shares a community's stories through wearable artwork.
A poetry event featuring the California poet laureate happens Sunday, November 5, in South Pasadena.