Arts for a Better Bay Area published REBOUND - ARTS Equity & Recovery Series (#3) 10/7/21 - BIPOC Voices & Reflections on Local Arts & Culture in Advocacy & Resources 2021-09-13 16:37:08 -0700
REBOUND - ARTS Equity & Recovery Series (#3) 10/7/21 - BIPOC Voices & Reflections on Local Arts & Culture
How can we move towards increased stability, and a thriving local Arts & Culture sector?
Arts for a Better Bay Area published REBOUND 3: Survey to Inform Next Event in Advocacy & Resources 2021-06-30 21:21:08 -0700
To learn about emerging issues and concerns directly from the community as we reopen, we ask you take this short survey to help us determine the focus of the next REBOUND - ARTS Equity & Recovery event. We want the event to be representative of our arts & culture communities and be driven by your interest and needs. Please share this survey with your communities (too) - Thank you!Read more
Arts for a Better Bay Area published REBOUND - ARTS Equity & Recovery Series (2) - 12/17, Re-imagine San Francisco Through the Arts in REBOUND - ARTS Equity & Recovery Series 2 2020-12-01 12:01:06 -0800
Art and culture are represented throughout the Mayor’s Economic Recovery Task Force (ERTF) recommendations. Join us to learn what recommendations came out of the City's ERTF, and how we can use the arts to move forward together.
Arts for a Better Bay Area published Arts Enabler Awardees 2018 Spotlight Series - Tracy Camp in Artist & Community Spotlights 2018-05-17 14:13:34 -0700
Tracy Camp, Actor & Educator (Advocacy/Activism)
Bio: Tracy Camp is an actor/singer and a tenured mathematics instructor at Laney College in Oakland. Mainly focusing on musical theater, she has performed all over the Bay Area as well as in Colorado and other parts of California.Read more
Arts for a Better Bay Area published Arts Enabler Awardees 2018 Spotlight Series 2018-05-17 13:38:06 -0700
Arts Enabler Awardee Spotlight - On April 12, 2018 at the inaugural State of the Arts event, we honored and recognized a few individuals and organizations in our arts community who go above and beyond. From 130 community-chosen nominees, 12 were selected to be honored as the 2018 Arts Enablers. These individuals and organizations represent movers and shakers in our community.Read more