At the arts councilHere’s what’s happening now at the California Arts Council:
Arts Funding Boosted in Governor’s Revised Budget
Have you heard the news? As KQED Arts reports, "The California Arts Council may be getting a modest bonus this fall, as well as some fiscal security. Governor Jerry Brown's revised budget, released last week, provides the council with $6.1 million, a significant $5 million increase over what the governor had recommended in his January budget proposal."
Blue Star Museums Offers Free Admission to Military Families
More than 100 California museums participating
Blue Star Museums offers free admission to the nation's service members, including National Guard and Reserve, and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2015. This year, more than 100 California museums are taking part in the program.
Opportunity: California Arts Council Public Will Communications Campaign
Seeking professional marketing, creative, and/or media firm through open RFP process
The California Arts Council is seeking a professional marketing, creative, and/or media firm to develop the positioning, messaging, image, creative products, video production, and other necessary components of documenting and promoting the impact of the Council's programs and initiatives.
Interested providers will be considered through an open Request for Proposal (RFP) process. Proposals must be received by June 3, 2015. Click here to review the RFP process.
Keep Arts in Schools Fund & Turbo Tax
What to look for, and how to donate in three easy steps
Filing your taxes via Turbo Tax? Donating to the Keep Arts in Schools Fund is simple... if you know where to look. Follow these simple steps to find the Keep Arts in Schools Fund when you file your state taxes and make your donation to support arts education programs across California.