New online program staff directory! Details inside.
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JANUARY 23, 2020

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Council meeting: Feb. 5 in Sacramento

The California Arts Council will hold its first business meeting of 2020 on Wednesday, February 5 at The Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex in Sacramento. The public is invited to attend and to address the Council during the public comment periods. A detailed meeting agenda will be posted at this link by the close of the business day on Friday, January 24.
Council meetings are open to the public and are held in physically accessible spaces in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need additional accommodations or require language assistance, please send your request to Administrative Analyst Lariza Barcena at no later than five business days before the meeting.

New online program staff directory

Transitions are underway at the CAC! This week we're announcing updates to the staff contacts for some of our grant programs. Grantees should visit our new Program Staff Contacts webpage to easily locate the name and contact information for each grant's designated Arts Program Specialist. These shifts are in anticipation of an expansion to our Programs Unit. New colleagues will be joining our team soon, and we are excited to increase our staff in order to more effectively and responsibly meet the needs of the field.

CAC report focuses on local government investments in SLPs

How much does your county invest in the arts? We've just published a new report, California County Local Arts Agency: Impact & Local Government Funding, examining the financial investments county and municipal governments make in their designated county local arts agencies, or State-Local Partners. Additionally, it explores the impact of local arts agencies both in the communities they serve and statewide. Read the full report here or view our press release for more information.

AIC opportunities: Advisor pool & program name change

California's Arts in Corrections program is looking to the community for help to grow prison arts programming in a new direction: Returned citizens who were formerly incarcerated are encouraged to lend their valuable voices to state contract decision making as paid Arts in Corrections panel advisors - details and how to apply at this link. And, as part of a community-based approach, the CAC invites everyone to participate in our process to develop a new program name - register for the upcoming webinar on February 5 to learn more.

what's new
Major Gifts Officer
Los Angeles Opera
Los Angeles, CA
Executive Director
San Francisco Green Film Festival
San Francisco, CA
Ballet Master
Alonzo King LINES Ballet
San Francisco, CA
Minnesota Street Project Art Services
San Francisco, CA
Coordinator, Education Programs
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Costa Mesa, CA
artist calls
National Artist Residency
The Neon Museum
Deadline: 2020-02-07
2021 Death Valley National Park Artist Residency
National Parks Arts Foundation
Deadline: 2020-02-20
Community-based Work
the Gallery at Front Porch Cafe
Oakland, CA
Flora & Fauna
Escondido Arts Partnership
Escondido, CA
West Coast Fiber & Book Arts
Escondido Arts Partnership
Escondido, CA
Romancing the Adobes
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
San Luis Obispo, CA
13th Beacon Art Show: Unity
San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church
San Luis Obispo, CA
Taxes for Artists and Creatives
California Lawyers for the Arts and Vanguard Culture
San Diego, CA
Date: 2020-02-04

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