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California Arts Council
Advancing California through the Arts and Creativity
April 07, 2017

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Request for Proposals: Arts in Corrections Service Providers

The California Arts Council is seeking arts organizations to implement rehabilitative arts programs in California state prisons. Current and new service providers are encouraged to submit proposals. Click here to learn more. RFP Deadline: May 15, 2017 at 5:00 PM.   MORE >>

New Pilot Grant Program: Reentry through the Arts

Reentry through the Arts (RTA) is a new, two-year pilot grant program rooted in the California Arts Council's belief that the arts are a powerful vehicle for positive change in people, communities and society. For this pilot program, RTA grants will support arts programs for people who have been convicted of a criminal offense and have served time in correctional institutions. The proposed grant project must have the arts as a central component of a holistic and integrated approach to reentry that also identifies other community-based support services including but not limited to job skills training, job placement, mental health and wellness, drug treatment, and/or case management. Deadline: May 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM.   MORE >>

Opportunity: Seeking our next Executive Director

Recruitment for our next Executive Director is underway. The Executive Director of the California Arts Council is responsible for providing statewide leadership in order to meet the CAC's strategic priorities. The candidate hired will bring creativity, collaboration, vision, and the ability to grow astute political skills to navigate the complexity of the arts community in California. Application Deadline: April 21, 2017  MORE >>

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Arts Council spearheads drive for music/art education
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Agency Follows a Uniquely American Way of Funding Arts
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Red Ladder encourages inmates to reach higher
The Daily Californian

Prisoners are finding freedom behind bars
The CW6

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Executive Director
California Poets in the Schools
California

Booking Agent
The Historic Spreckels Theatre
San Diego, CA

Development Associate
Japanese American National Museum
Los Angeles, CA

Associate Director of Donor Engagement
Japanese American National Museum
Los Angeles, CA

Associate Vice President of Development and Major Gifts
Pacific Symphony
Irvine, California

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grants

artist calls

Hewlett 50 Arts Commissions
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Deadline: 2017-04-14

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Mark M.Glickman & Lanette M. McClure Artist Award
Pence Gallery
Davis, CA

Little Tokyo Service Center +LAB Artist Residency
Little Tokyo Service Center
Los Angeles, CA

Road Maps
Gallery Route One
Point Reyes Station, CA

Utility Box Public Art Program
City of Redondo Beach
Redondo Beach, CA

Emeryville Greenway Mural Project
City of Emeryville
Emeryville, CA

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Building the Field of Arts Engagement: Prospects and Challenges
The James Irvine Foundation

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