I'm Kenney Mencher. I'm an artist who left a tenured professorship in 2016 to pursue making art full time. This blog is about art, art history, with a emphasis on human rights. I make homoerotic art featuring bears, otters & other gay wildlife.
We want you to be an #Instagrantee! Send us your grant project photos.
Application season at the CAC isn't over yet! Our Professional Development program offers support of up to $1,000 for access to professional development resources and networks intended to strengthen the business acumen of arts organization employees. The deadline to apply for projects taking place between October 2018 and January 2019 is May 2. See our Professional Development program page for more information.
Call for #Instagrantee photos
Are you a current CAC grantee with quality pics from your funded project? We want to put the good work you do front and center as an #Instagrantee! Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line "Instagrantee." Be sure to include your organization's name, grant awarded, a brief description of the image, and any photo credit information you wish to be included. Find and follow us on Instagram: @calcartscouncil.
CA's Poetry Out Loud champion goes to Washington, D.C.
Join us as we cheer on Alexis Rangell-Onwuegbuzia, California's Poetry Out Loud champion, as she competes in the Poetry Out Loud National Finals at the Lisner Auditorium in Washington, D.C. Alexis will recite during the Region 3 portion of the semifinals on April 24, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. PDT. If she is chosen for the final round, she will perform again the following day, April 25, between 4 and 6:15 p.m. PDT. Both the semifinals and finals will be made available via live webcast. Visit the NEA Poetry Out Loud finals webpage for more information.
New data reveals arts and culture contributions to California's bottom line