ARTS Day 2021 Goes Online: March 23-25
Same Connections, New Opportunities
Arts NC is excited to announce that the first Online ARTS Day Conference will be held March 22-24, 2021. Our interactive digital platform will allow a new level of comprehensive engagement with high quality content that will both inform and inspire while also allowing for the peer to peer networking we have always provided in Raleigh.
The conference content will be spread over two afternoons (March 22 & 23) and provide a variety of perspectives on arts and advocacy, as well as training from the field to give you the tools you need to navigate the treacherous waters of uncertain times. Meetings with legislators will be scheduled over two mornings (March 23 & 24) and will still be a focus of the event. The NC General Assembly needs to hear from us in this crucial moment as we express both our need and our gratitude for their support of arts and arts education.
The Arts Council of Fayetteville is taking applications for a mural project for their Gateway. Artist Award: $50,000.
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Arts Day 2020
North Carolina's Annual Conference of Art & Action, May 19 & 20, 2020.
A gathering of artists and art leaders from North Carolina convene as peers.
Attend conference sessions, dance performances, breakout sessions, have time for networking, hear the NC Poet Laureate, Jake Shelton Green speak, view works and listen to the NC artist, Thomas Sayre and possibly make a pitch to the state legislature.
Much more...click the picture for info!