Artist and educator living in Redlands, CA.
Sacramento - Yesterday, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed a state budget that includes a $10.8 million funding increase for programs of the California Arts Council.
San Bernardino – The California Arts Council, a state agency, announced it plans to award $7,290 to Arts Connection as part of its new Artists Activating Communities program. The City of San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission also awarded Arts Connection funds in the amount of $8100, which acted as a matching grant, making this programming possible.
Sinfona Mexicana Mariachi Youth Academy from San Bernardino wins top honor in San Juan Capistrano, CA – May 14, 2016 -
Sand to Stone, Contemporary Native American Art in Joshua Tree
Opening April 27th at 29 Palms Art Gallery
by Rhonda Lane Coleman, Project Director and Curator
The history between artists and National Parks dates back to the 1870s. One of the tenets of the National Park’s Call to Action for the next century is connecting people to parks through art. In January 2015, the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Park Service announced “Imagine Your Parks” – a new $1 million grant initiative under the NEA’s Art Works category, marking the intersection of the NEA’s 50th anniversary in 2015, and the NPS’s centennial in 2016.
The award-winning CSUSB Arts and Music Festival is one of the premier festivals for arts, culture and entertainment in the Inland Empire. The festival draws over 3,000 in attendance and showcases dozens of artists, performers and musicians. It's a celebration of the region's artistic culture. Pariticpate as an artist, musician, vendor, non-profit or volunteer!
The fourth annual Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition will be held September 17 & 18, 2016, in Twentynine Palms, CA, at a variety of venues in the Oasis of Mara next to Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters.
Congressional Art Competition for high school students living in the Inland Empire. The theme for this year’s competition is “commUNITY.” The winner of the competition will have their artwork on display in the United States Capitol for one year.
Graphic Design Assistance
The CSUSB Anthropology Museum is in the final stages of preparing a unique and innovative exhibition that highlights Inland Empire community members' memories of childhood -- fifty participants have provided an object of sentimental value along with their memories of that object and their reflections on becoming who they are today as influenced by childhood experiences.
Health Related Emergency Grant for Artists Offered through the Women’s Center for Creative Work! The goal of this grant program is to provide more $30,000 in grants to artists who have a medical or dental emergency or have an illness-related financial need. Artists are eligible to apply for up to $3000. Typical grants will be between $2000-$3000.