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Oklahoma City – LaQuincey Reed is the tenth artist-in-residence at the Skirvin Hilton hotel in downtown Oklahoma City. The historic site and the Paseo Arts Association hosted a reception this week to kick off Reed’s tenure. LaQuincey is a figurative sculptor who lives and works in Oklahoma and will work in the studio at the …

DENVER — This story begins in 2010. A Chicano Humanities and Arts Council (CHAC) board member told Denver7 that the owner of the building they were in in Santa Fe offered to sell the building to them for $500,000. The band didn’t have the money to buy it, so they waited until 2018. By then, …

In a sentence: Philanthropy for writing and literature is tiny compared to other arts, but the field has steadfast supporters. What is going on Philanthropic support for writing and literature is low compared to other arts, we reported in an in-depth report on the state of American philanthropy. Music and theater both have denser networks …

DULUTH, MN. (KBJR 6) – The rise in COVID cases fueled by the Omicron variant has had a significant impact on arts organizations in Twin Ports. Recently, some have made the tough decision to cancel or postpone performances. “It’s obviously been a year of trying to build momentum for the pandemic,” said Wes Drummond, executive …

Minot’s art industry has grown significantly over the years and continues to attract tourism to the area. Now, local artists from across the state have the opportunity to deepen their cultural experience in their own region. Members of the arts community can apply for funding to develop their art and create creative venues. For example, …

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Forty-five arts organizations in Ohio have raised $ 1,065,000 in funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. In total for the year, the NEA awarded 1,498 prizes totaling nearly $ 33.2 million to organizations in each state. About half of Ohio’s beneficiaries are in the northeastern part of the state. Prizes …

Arts organizations and San Antonio fans tried to get past the coronavirus in 2021, only to be brought down to reluctance and closures as various variants harassed the community. Looking towards 2022, the omicron variant of Covid-19 has given another challenge during year-end events and is hoping for normalcy in the New Year. the San …

From left to right, Olivier Meslay, director of The Clark Art; Michael Bobbitt, executive director of the Mass Culture Council; State representing John Barrett III; and Kristy Edmunds, director of Mass MoCA, discuss how to improve public funding for the arts in the Northern Berkshires at a meeting on Friday. SCOTT STAFFORD – THE EAGLE …

The events of the last 20 months have put us in the lead roles of a horror movie or a Greek tragedy. Act 1: A mysterious plague invades the country, fear and panic rage, and life as we know it almost comes to a halt. Act 2: Heroes arise and bring aid and relief, while …

Save the date and grab your tickets for vacation experiences, exhibitions and shows all over our city, where our arts organizations are equipped to entertain, educate and inspire all ages and artistic interests. Scroll through this week’s selections and expect a season filled with local talent at artsmemphis.org/event-calendar. Arts week ArtsMemphis is proud to announce …

Los Delicados back to the Mission Poet performers Norman Antonio Zelaya, Darren J. DeLeon and Paul S. Flores return to their roots in the Mission neighborhood this Friday to honor the neighborhood’s “Floricanto” legacy of ’70s Chicano-Latin poetry, and the movement. Latino Spoken Word from the 90s. For their 25th anniversary, Los Delicados will perform …

Photos by Angie Gray These inspiring and exceptional Delaware directors of arts and culture have one thing in common: They are all women. For many years, women have traditionally played a behind-the-scenes role in nonprofit arts and culture institutions, as curators working in fundraising and public relations roles. But that is changing, especially in the …

Someone once said, “The arts nourish the soul,” and I firmly believe it. Most would agree that the arts are important to a vibrant and creative community, but they still see artists and the arts as a plush or icing on the cake. The arts, in fact, are a force. The arts can promote social …

Community members are invited to help shape the vision for a new art center in Redwood City, called the Downtown Redwood for Creativity, by responding to a survey. Surveys for children and adults can be viewed here and must be submitted by November 12th. The city council has already expressed support for the development of …

The Mendocino County Arts Council Board of Directors is pleased to announce the recipients of the 19th Annual Mendocino County Arts Champion Award. The Arts Champions, nominated annually by community members and selected by the Arts Council Board of Directors, will be officially recognized by a proclamation from the Supervisory Board on November 9, 2021. …