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Leadership Arts class members participate in group
activities during four spring sessions
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Subject: December News from the Oklahoma Arts Council
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As the official state
agency for the arts, the
Oklahoma Arts Council
leads in the development
and support of a thriving
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December 14 is the deadline to
apply for the 2013 Leadership
Arts class. The program's
purpose is to create a network of
community arts leaders and advocates. Arts organization staff, artists, community
development professionals, educators, civic and other non-arts leaders can benefit
from the program.
Each year, 30 individuals from throughout the state are selected for the program. In
order to graduate, participants must attend all four two-day sessions during the
spring and the Oklahoma Arts Conference in the fall.
Click here to learn more about the program, including session dates, benefits,
estimated cost and more.
Apply for the 2013 Leadership Arts class.
Grants for Creative Aging Programs
The National Guild for Community Arts Education is offering up to $12,500 in grants
for programs geared for older adults. The grant is open to 501(c)3 organizations
that are members of the guild. Programs must be conducted by professional
teaching artists and serve a minimum of 25 adults aged 55 and above. Click here
for complete application guidelines.
Organizations that wish to become members of the guild should submit a
membership application by December 11 to be eligible to apply for the grant.