ArtLinks is a partnership of the four Local Authority Arts Offices in Carlow, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford County Council regions. The Flagstaff Arts Council operates the Coconino Center for the Arts and serves the Flagstaff area with support, advocacy and promotion of arts, culture and sciences. In October 2014, OAC launched Vital Arts and Public Value, a strategic plan for 2014 to 2020.
Priority: Retain the definition of core academic subjects which includes the arts and strengthen equitable access to arts learning. We are proud of Alberta’s artists, and we are especially proud to provide behind-the-scenes support to the arts. This is a huge win for the arts: not many other subject area programs were retained in this new bill.
The Centre for Creative Communities : CCC works in arts and education, cultural exchanges, and urban regeneration by promoting the building of creative and sustainable communities through projects where creativity and learning have pivotal roles. Founded in 1960, Americans for the Arts is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education. Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film (Curatorship of New German Film) supports young filmmakers based in Germany.
You can support your favourite artist and take your piece of art home sooner with a 12 month interest free offer on the Beyond Bank Arts Card through a registered Art Partner. The Arts Council of Northern Ireland : Works to develop and improve the knowledge, appreciation, and practice of the arts in Northern Ireland by increasing public access to and participation in the arts. Through the Americans for the Arts Annual Fund, Dorothy supports our work in advocacy, research, and leadership, to be a voice for the arts. All eligible Alberta artists and arts organizations are encouraged to apply for an AFA grant. Additionally, a Materials and Supplies Assistance program provides $500 grants to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities working in the visual arts or craft for the cost of buying materials and supplies to make work. The diverse projects funded across Australia reflect the breadth and vitality of Australia’s arts and cultural sector.
The annual Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt Festival in September will feature the talents of Queensland favourites Topology and The Kransky Sisters, while North Stradbroke Island arts group the Saltwater Murris will present their work at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in July.