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Oklahoma Arts Council News

COVID-19 Operating Guides Available to Oklahoma Arts Nonprofits

As arts and cultural nonprofits statewide consider how to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, guidance is available from the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits through documents developed by each organization.


See This List of More than 60 COVID-19 Grants and Resources

More than 60 emergency funding opportunities and various COVID-19 resources are now available on the Oklahoma Arts Emergency Resource Page of the Oklahoma Arts Council website.


Call to Artists to Develop Online Arts Education Curriculum

Oklahoma teaching artists can earn compensation by submitting successful proposals of online educational fine arts curriculum to the Oklahoma Arts Council. Curriculum accepted for publication by the Oklahoma Arts Council will be made available for distance learning and for classrooms.


Oklahoma Cultural Organizations and Artists Urged to Take AFTA Survey

Data showing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Oklahoma's cultural sector will be made available from Americans for the Arts (AFTA) as the pandemic persists. Oklahoma nonprofit cultural organizations and artists are urged to complete the five-minute survey so that local and state funders and policymakers can be fully informed about the sector's status. The survey is meant to be taken by organizations and artists more than once so that trends can be identified and a clear picture provided of the evolving impact of the crisis.