Arizona Citizens for The Arts

Arizona Citizens for The Arts
Arizona Citizens for The Arts is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Phoenix, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Arizona Citizens for The Arts which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arizona Citizens for The Arts on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Arizona Citizens for The Arts is:
514 W Roosevelt St
Phoenix, AZ 85003
(602) 253-6535

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Arizona Citizens for The Arts has an overall ZapScore of 85. This means that Arizona Citizens for The Arts has a higher ZapScore than 85% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Phoenix, Arizona is 38 and in the Arts Organizations & Centers category is 57. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Arizona Citizens for the Arts shared Arizona Commission on the Arts's post.
Welcome a new member to the state Arts Commission team.
We are excited to announce the hiring of Elisa Lucía Radcliffe to the position of Arts Learning Manager. Radcliffe will take on duties previously assigned to Alexandra Nelson (who was promoted to the position of Deputy Director in October), including the management of the agency’s landmark AZ Creative Aging initiative.
“It is with gratitude and excitement that we announce the engagement of Elisa Lucía Radcliffe as the Arts Commission’s next Arts Learning Manager. Elisa brings to the work an invaluable combination of professional experience as a practitioner, educator, scholar, and leader of collaborative prog...

Register now for Arts Congress 2018. This year, we'll be gathering at the capitol on President's Day (our legislators will be working that day and so will we) to advocate for ART EVERYWHERE, EVERY DAY, FOR EVERYONE. Join us and others passionate about the arts in Arizona to meet with your legislators and secure $2M in the state budget for our sector! Click below to register now and represent your district!
Arts Congress is one special day each year when you can make your voice heard at the State Capitol Arts and culture advocates, patrons, educators business people and arts leaders gather on one day each year at the State Capitol while the Arizona State Legislature is meeting to speak directly to thei...

Arizona Citizens for the Arts shared ArtPlaceAmerica's post.
Creative placemaking is one of the most important contributions of a vibrant arts and culture sector. Be a part of exploring its potential impact.
SURVEY HELP! Arizona State University, The Kresge Foundation, and ArtPlace are conducting research into the strengths and areas of opportunity of the creative placemaking field. This is where you come in! Your insight is highly valued and will be used to inform these partners' strategic priorities for supporting the field over the coming years. We are interested in getting a wide range of perspectives, so please SHARE this with others who may be interested. Responses will be kept anonymous so please be candid. You can start or share the survey via the link below!
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Arizona Citizens for the Arts shared Phoenix Center For The Arts's event.
Who will be joining us today for Snack, Mix, Discover: A Quick Guide to Arts Congress? Entertainment provided by Arizona School for the Arts Jazz Ensemble, snacks provided by Carly's Bistro. This is great chance to learn more about Arts Congress and how you can be a change agent for the arts and your community!
Put together your game plan for Arts Congress so you can be fully prepared to make your voice heard on February 19, 2018! Join us at Phoenix Center for the Arts on January 10, 2018 to learn how you can support positive change for arts, arts education and culture in your community. We will answer questions and prep everyone on the following topics: Understand Legislative Lingo Talk to your legislator Tell your own story of how arts impact your life Be a change agent Meet other people like you who are passionate about the arts! Eat some yummy bites and enjoy a performance! This is an event for anyone interested in going to Arts Congress; whether you’ve been before or just looking to get involved and would like to learn more! For more information, please email: Spanish language translator will be available on site.

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