Arizona Citizens for the Arts acts as the eyes, ears and voice of the nonprofit arts and culture sector in Arizona – at the State Legislature, in local city halls and in partnerships with business and community leaders involved in building and suppor...
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Breaking news: The State Budget and the Arts
Executive Budget excludes appropriation for the state Arts Commission On Friday, January 15th, Governor Do...
Prop 123 Endorsed by Arizona Citizens for the Arts
Deadline for Governor’s Arts Awards nominations is near
Time is growing short to submit a nomination for the 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards. All nominations are due Friday, Dec. 1...
Fine Arts students compete for their work to be featured in the Governor’s Arts Awards program, invitation
An Arizona college student’s artwork will be featured on the cover of the 35th annual Governor’s Arts Awards program and...
2016 Arts Congress: No time is more important than now to get involved
Arts Congress, the chance to let Arizona legislators know how you, as voters, feel about the importance of arts and...
Free Arts unveils foster kids’ mural in Glendale
We often hear that art “heals” and art builds communities. These two “truths” about the power of the arts were joined...
Heard Museum to restore 8 Iconic Sculptures with BofA grant
The Heard Museum is known internationally for its work in promoting the beauty and cultural richness of Native Amer...
Federal legislation integrates arts into STEM education
The U. S. House of Representatives has passed a measure to rewrite the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) ...
Arts Education in Arizona is in Trouble
Students who receive NO art instruction
Percentage of Schools without Qualified Art & Music teachers
Percentage of Schools that Offer Instruction in all 4 Arts Disciplines
Percent of schools that spend less than $1 per pupil on art supplies, fields trips and classrooms
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- 2 tickets to the annual Governor’s Arts Awards
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