Governor Newsom’s California Comeback Plan proposes investments for arts & culture — more than $100M for health, civic engagement, social justice, youth development, and public arts projects.
Creativity is Californian
We’re the world’s fifth leading economy and home to more artists than anywhere else in the nation. We understand the value of culture and innovation.
At the California Arts Council, it’s our mission to strengthen arts, culture, and creative expression as the tools to cultivate a better California for all. We support local arts infrastructure and activities statewide through grants, programs, and services.
Featured Grantee: Latino Center for Arts and Culture, Sacramento
Arts & Culture Opportunities Resource Center
Collective is a central hub for connecting California’s arts and culture communities with both the public and one another, by sharing the vast and varied creative assets available within our state. Peruse, publish, and set notifications for new opportunities such as jobs, internships, artist calls, grants, conferences, workshops, and more.
Recent Grants Search
Visit our grantee database for searchable information about California Arts Council grants from 2010 to today.