MILWAUKEE — Sunday, June 5th was the annual UPAF Ride for the Arts” — one of the nation’s largest recreational bike rides that raises money for the performing arts in the Milwaukee area. By supporting arts organizations that commission and exhibit work by artists of color, employ all levels of staff of color, and regularly offer programs with content expressing multiple ethnic viewpoints, we ensure the arts are at their best and the canon is flush with the necessarily diverse expressions of 21st century creativity.
OAC has established a funding program dedicated to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities The program supports the creation and production of new work, and professional development through grants of up to $10,000. Pro Helvetia supports aspiring artists primarily via partnerships with recognised institutions in Switzerland and abroad. In 2015-16, the Ontario Arts Council funded 1,676 individual artists and 1,125 organizations in 209 communities across Ontario for a total of $50.5 million. Joyce supports capacity and infrastructure building of small to mid-size arts organizations set in communities of color. The cultural centres present Swiss arts in international hubs of cultural life.
Titled Create Victoria, the Arts and Culture Master Plan will be the guiding document that continues to elevate the City as a destination for creativity, innovation and excellence in the arts. Americans for the Arts presents the 29th Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy on Monday, March 7, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. at the Eisenhower Theater of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The Arts Council of Wales : Supports individual Welsh artists working in all disciplines and assists them in producing innovative work, and encourages the presentation of work by Welsh artists through tours in Wales and abroad. The Arts Council of England : The national funding body for the arts in England.
The purpose of the Arts Organization Project Grant program is to support registered Alberta arts organizations, companies and/or schools by providing a grant for a specific arts-related project or event. The arts community is an important sector to support and nurture, we feel that the SALA sponsorship will provide this support and continue to promote artists and the community they are a part of. Increase racial equity inside arts organizations, with a special focus on large, well-established ones, to achieve more racially diverse staff, boards, audience, and programming. We invest in the vital work of these racially diverse arts groups so the art canon and sector can be flush with diverse artists, spaces and audiences.
The projects include single and multi-year activities across the visual arts, screen based art, music, digital arts, dance and physical theatre, performing arts, cross-disciplinary art forms, community arts as well as arts support and development projects.