From West African drumming to Nordic boat building, Hebrew calligraphy to Mexican folk music and more, The Center for Washington Cultural Traditions is excited to announce selections for the 2020-2021 Washington State Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program.
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Get info and view the webinar co-hosted by ArtsWA, Arts Idaho and Oregon Arts Commission.
Learn more about how you can successfully manage your ArtsWA CARES Relief Act Grant, and see who was funded.
The Washington State Arts Commission will hold its quarterly Board of Commissioners meeting on Wednesday, August 5, from 9:30 am – 12:00 pm. This is an open public meeting that will be held on a virtual online platform.
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Tenino Creative District
Tenino is one of the newest Creative Districts, gaining certification in June 2020. In response to the effect that COVID-19 has had on their local economy, the city has come up with a creative way to support residents and small businesses. They are getting international attention for their creative approach to the crisis. Watch the video that aired July 19, 2020, on CBS Sunday Morning, to learn more.