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CA Humanities offers grant focus area for disaster recovery

California Humanities has designated a new focus area for its public humanities grant program Humanities for All. With Second Responders: The Humanities in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters, California Humanities wants to assist California communities in recovering and healing from natural disasters (such as wildfires, floods, and mudslides) and raise awareness on the part of all Californians about the challenges affected individuals and communities face through public humanities programming. Eligible projects will focus around the collection, sharing, and discussion of stories and experiences of community members affected by recent natural disasters. This designation is available for upcoming grant applications, starting with the summer 2019 round of Humanities for All Project Grants, now accepting applications. Click here to read the full announcement from California Humanities.

Creativity at the Core Summer Institute in Monterey

The California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) Arts Initiative hosts its fifth annual Creativity at the Core Summer Institute, a three-day summer institute on arts learning and California state standards, July 10-12 in Monterey. Hear from educational leaders, teaching artists, arts specialists, and inspirational speakers from across the state as they provide hands-on learning opportunities focused on the arts and a suite of CCSESA's new professional learning modules developed by County Offices of Education and Arts Partner Organization Leaders. Participate in workshop intensives with professional artists and explore the rich arts community in the greater Monterey area. Click here for more details and registration information.

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From inmates to art students
Del Norte Triplicate

From Rubens to Warhol, Bay Area summer art shows and exhibitions not to miss
San Francisco Chronicle

State funds support arts education projects for youth involved in the juvenile justice system
The Ukiah Daily Journal

A conversation with Joy Harjo, the first Native American Poet Laureate


Showroom Sales Assistant
F. Schumacher & Co.
Los Angeles, CA

Program Manager, Arts in Education
Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA)
Olympia, WA

Office Manager
San Francisco, CA

Associate Conservator
J Paul Getty Trust
Los Angeles, CA

Coordinator of Community Programs
Occidental College
Los Angeles, CA



artist calls

Living Cultures Grant
Alliance for California Traditional Arts
Deadline: 2019-07-15

Apprenticeship Program
Alliance for California Traditional Arts
Deadline: 2019-07-15


International Call for Artists for Online Art Competition
Contemporary Art Gallery Online
Annapolis, MD

Planet Hayward: The Heart of the Bay
Sun Gallery
Hayward, CA

All in for the Arts
Blue Line Arts
Roseville, CA

2019 Celebrate Agriculture with the Arts
Madera County Arts Council and Circle Gallery
Madera, CA

Misunderstood: Mental Illness Illustrated
Laurie HIcklin
Sacramento, CA




How Did We Get Here? Understanding the History of Nonprofit Culture
Americans for the Arts
Online Webinar
Date: 2019-07-17


Arts Education and Social-Emotional Learning Outcomes Among K-12 Students
University of Chicago Consortium on Research


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