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JULY 30, 2020

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California Relief Fund for Artists & Cultural Practitioners

We're excited to announce our newest grant opportunity to aid California's individual artists & cultural practitioners impacted by COVID-19. More than 900 artists to be supported! Apply now to receive $1,000 in unrestricted rapid-relief funding through an easy application process, administered in partnership with the Center for Cultural Innovation. Get the details here.

Grants for arts participation by people with disabilities

Applications are open now for cycle two of the California Arts Council's Arts and Accessibility grant program, offering support to artists with disabilities and organizations enhancing arts and culture opportunities for people with disabilities. Direct funding for artists is available through this grant. The program is administered in partnership with the National Arts and Disability Center at UCLA. Click here to learn more.

NASAA Inclusive Language Guide for arts organizations

Choosing words that are respectful, that reflect equity, that avoid bias—these may be among your challenges as you communicate about your work and reach out to constituents and others coping with acute social, financial and health related struggles. Your arts organization can be a standard bearer of welcoming and inclusive language. NASAA's Inclusive Language Guide can help! Along with general principles, the guide offers editorial guidance and resources regarding race and ethnicity, ability, age, gender and sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. Because respectful language changes as sensibilities change, NASAA plans to update the Inclusive Language Guide regularly.

Creative Forces National Resource Center now available

The National Endowment for the Arts' Creative Forces National Resource Center (NRC) launched on July 15, 2020 to demonstrate Creative Forces' impact and as a platform to link military-connected communities, researchers, creative arts therapists, artists, and community arts providers around healing through the arts. Explore the National Resource Center now.

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artist calls

TILA Studios
Deadline: 2020-08-01

Jorge and Darlene PĂ©rez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design
Americans for the Arts
Deadline: 2020-08-14

Humanities for All Project Grants
California Humanities
Deadline: 2020-08-03


RedArtBox Rooftop Gallery Los Angeles
RedArtBox Design and Publishing LLC
Hilo, HI

RedArtBox Garden Gallery, Japan
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Hilo, HI

DEADLINE EXTENDED: FLORA: The Other Endangered Species
Chico Art Center
Chico, CA

Focal Point
Foundry Art Centre
Saint Charles, MO

Found Poetry Project
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
Fullerton, CA




2020 Online Annual Conference
Association of California Symphony Orchestras
Online webinar
Date: 2020-08-03

Utilizing Community to Achieve Creative Revitalization
Americans for the Arts
Online webinar
Date: 2020-07-31


2020 Nonprofit Employment Report
The Center for Civil Society Studies

The Black Report
The International Association of Blacks in Dance


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