The Tucson Pima Arts Council is pleased to announce its public call for nominations for the 2015 Lumies Arts & Business Awards.
“This report is a substantive guide to understanding what difference both a public arts agency and its grantees can make as social change agents.” Pam Korza, Animating Democracy
The full report on the economic health and vitality of Tucson’s Warehouse Arts District, which received funding from the NEA, is now available.
The Tucson Pima Arts Council fosters artistic expression, civic participation and the economic growth of our diverse community by supporting, promoting, and advocating for arts and culture.
TPAC invites the public to nominate ‘luminaries’ who have made a profound impact through the arts in the communities of Southern Arizona. The nomination deadline is June 29, 2015.learn more
On March 27th, EmcArts-a NYC-based firm that seeks to empower arts organizations-came to Tucson to conduct the first of several workshops for their new national fellowship program, Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators. The 18 month fellowship is a series of seminars, executive coaching, virtual learning and practicums that will equip leaders of arts organizations to […]learn more
Local artists include David Contreras, Glory Tacheenie-Campoy, John Salgado, Lester Aguirre, Lydia Maldonado, Michael Contreras and Neda Contreras, and Ceci Garcia.learn more
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