The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is partnering with the Celtic Woman tour, The Chieftains tour, and the Jacksonville Symphony to make March 10-19 a VERY CELTIC WEEK!
THIRTY-EIGHT PAIRS of Tickets will be given away FREE by March 1.
EIGHT of those winners will each receive PAIRs of FREE TICKETS to the March 10 Celtic Woman performance at The Times Union Center in Jacksonville!
Americans for the Arts is pleased to offer a number of full-ride and general scholarships to members interested in attending the 2017 Annual Convention in San Francisco June 15-18, 2017.
Thanks to the generous support of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the California Arts Council, and the San Francisco Arts Commission, scholarships are also available to California-based artists and cultural workers, including those from the Bay Area.
There's just over two weeks left for visual artists to submit their work for consideration in the Southern Prize and State Fellowships! South Arts is offering up to $30,000 in cash awards to visual artists in our region (AL, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, and TN); this includes nine State Fellowships worth $5,000 each as well as one Southern Prize winner receiving an additional $25,000 and one finalist receiving an additional $10,000. In addition, the Southern Prize winner receives a two-week residency at The Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences.
Americans for the Arts is pleased to launch our new Arts Mobilization Center which is your hub for the information you need to advocate for the arts today.
“Teens Take a Stand”
Flagler College Art Professor Laura Mongiovi will discuss how sensory experiences involving color and texture impact individuals’ critical thinking skills on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Her talk is part of the college’s Community Lecture Series and will take place in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall.
If you attended one of the many celebrations held in conjunction with St. Augustine's 450th anniversary last summer, chances are, you may have been one of the 450 faces included in Michael LeGrand's "Faces of the 450th" project.
For those grantseekers serving young children, as well arts projects in St. Augustine and Individual Artists
The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida has posted grant applications for certain categories of competitive 2017 grantmaking. These applications are available at www.jaxcf.org/apply and are limited to these areas at this time:
Individual Artists—Art Ventures
Brian Goeken, chief of Technical Preservation Services with the National Park Service, will address contemporary challenges in historic preservation, as part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images series on Thursday, Feb. 9. The lecture will be held in Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
The City of St. Augustine is now accepting applications for the 2017 Neighborhood Grant Program.
Applicant for a neighborhood grant may be either:
* a neighborhood association member of the St. Augustine Neighborhood Council verified by the Council via letter;
* the Council itself for projects that benefit the entire association membership of the Council;
* an organization representing a group of residents of a particular neighborhood;
* a group of residents of a particular neighborhood.