2015 Oklahoma Arts Conference Registration Begins August 3
In less than four months, more than 400 hundred Oklahoma artists, arts managers, community developers, business and civic leaders, tribal members, educators, students and more will gather in Tulsa for the 2015 Oklahoma Arts Conference. Plan now to join your peers from across the state in downtown Tulsa on October 20-22 for the 2015 Oklahoma Arts Conference. Earlybird registration begins August 3. Look for information about the registration fee, featured presenters, special events, and more, soon!
New Rolling Deadline for Mid-America Arts Alliance Grants
New for fiscal year 2016, the Mid-America Arts Alliance will accept grant applications on a rolling basis for its Regional Touring Program. Grant applications are being accepted for events occuring between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Applications can be submitted any time up to eight weeks before the start date of a project.
Oklahoma Tribes Can Preserve Traditions through Cultural Capital Grant Program
Artists who are members of an American Indian tribe in Oklahoma may be eligible to apply for Cultural Capital Grants of up to $5,000 through the First Peoples Fund, an organization with a mission to honor and support artists and culture bearers of Native communities.
Digital Marketing Benchmark Study Available
A new report by Capacity Interactive provides valuable insight into marketing the arts using digital media. The findings of the study, which focused on performing arts organizations, may be helpful to your marketing strategy.