Funding for Arts Jobs -- The Federal Stimulus Package

An update from California Arts Council Director Muriel Johnson on the arts-jobs funding opportunities from the economic stimulus package.

NEA "Access to Artistic Excellence" Grant Program Deadline Extended to March 19

The media and public have been very focused on the economic stimulus package funding for arts jobs in recent weeks, but the California Arts Council reminds arts administrators to consider other National Endowment for the Arts grants, especially Access to Artistic Excellence ... and especially since the March deadline for the program has been extended to next Thursday, March 19.

Schwarzenegger Declares March as "Arts Education Month"

Governor Schwarzenegger declared March 2009 as "Arts Education Month" through an official proclamation on March 6.

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