News and Resources
News & Resources
Those who are feeling powerless in the face of climate change, or who have heard that sentiment expressed in their classrooms, might benefit from reading this recent article at The Strad.
As the creative sector continues to recover from early pandemic times, the city of Seattle is funding a program that helps artists get back to work.
Hats off to the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra, whose clever response to a recent Infiniti ad turned the company’s stereotypical (and insulting!) depiction of a youth orchestra on its head.
Founded just before the pandemic, #LearningPlanet has spent the past two years connecting educators across the world who work with young people to effect social and environmental change. You know the arts are an essential piece of that puzzle—let’s make sure they’re represented in these global conversations.
The International Teaching Artist Collaborative, the largest international network of artists working for social change, will host its sixth annual conference this year in Oslo, Norway on September 1–3, 2022.
Two comprehensive resources have been put together by international music associations to connect Ukrainian musicians with opportunities for essential support.
The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa, part of the Open Society Foundations (OSF) network, invites Africa-based organizations working in the areas of expression, equity, justice, and women’s rights to apply for their first call for grant proposals.
U.S.-based music organizations working in after-school or community settings, take note! The Lewis Prize for Music is now accepting applications for their 2023 Accelerator Awards.
For all our efforts to quantify and report the results of our arts programs, many of us struggle with zooming out to evaluate our organizations. An upcoming free webinar hosted by Americans for the Arts might help: “Aesthetic Perspectives in Evaluation” will take place online on May 10 (15:00–16:15 EST).
In response to the limited support given to arts and cultural sectors in the Global South, Living Arts International has launched the South-South Arts Fellowships—a pilot program to deepen connections among cultural workers living and working in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific.