The California budget signed last week includes $6.8 million permanent increase for the arts.

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California Arts Council
Advancing California through the Arts and Creativity
July 06, 2017

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CAC Expands Rehabilitative Arts Programs in State Prisons

The California Arts Council awarded new contracts to 12 different arts organizations offering rehabilitative arts services in California state prisons. Arts programming now reaches all 35 state adult correctional institutions - a significant increase from the 20 institutions served in the previous fiscal year. Funded by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Arts in Corrections program improves the safety and environment of state prisons, and combats recidivism.   MORE >>

Reflections on the Americans for the Arts Convention

The California Arts Council paid a visit to the Bay Area last month for the annual Americans for the Arts Convention, along with 1,200 other arts and culture professionals. Hosted locally by the San Francisco Arts Commission, the convention provided the opportunity for our programs staff to network with their peers, connect with grantees and learn more about the issues that impact our work to support creativity and culture across the state.  MORE >>

Exam Opportunity: Associate Arts Grants Administrator

The California Arts Council is is hiring for Associate Arts Grants Administrator positions! At this time, interested individuals should take and submit the Associate Arts Grants Administrator exam and other required materials. Click "MORE" for further details on the exam registration process. The final exam filing date is July 17.   MORE >>

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Program Coordinator
North Tahoe Arts
Tahoe City, CA

Accounting Manager
Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts
Beverly Hills, CA

Center for Community Arts Program Manager
The City of Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek, CA

Development Manager
Heyday
Berkeley, CA

Program Manager
The Processing Foundation
Los Angeles, CA

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grants

artist calls

Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Award
Levitt Foundation
Deadline: 2017-10-02

Gloria Burt Sacramento Region Arts Fellowship
Blue Line Arts
Deadline: 2017-07-17

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En Plein Aire and 3-D Exhibition
Central Calif. Art Association
Modesto, CA

Exposed 2018, a juried photography exhibition
Marin Society of Artists
San Rafael, CA

Anthropocene/Climate Change
Ann Street Gallery
Newburgh, NY

Our Town Public Art Project at Chollas Creek
Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation
San Diego, CA

The World of Frida
Bedford Gallery
Walnut Creek, CA

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conferences/workshops

research

Curricular Progressions
LUNA Dance Institute
Berkeley, CA
Date: 2017-08-07

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How culture and the arts can promote intercultural dialogue in the context of the migratory and refugee crisis
European Union

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