ARTSWA Welcomes New Arts in Early Learning Project Manager

Alexis Sarah is joining ArtsWA this month as the Arts and Early Learning Project Manager. She brings a blend of public, private and nonprofit knowledge to the agency. She has over 15 years of experience in arts administration and early learning programs. Through her work with Mariah Art School and Olympia Family Theater, she has been shaping education programs that connect young learners with the arts. She strongly believes that equal access to foundational art education should be a right and not a privilege. Alexis holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Public Administration from The Evergreen State College.  

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Agency News|COVID-19 Updates
Latest grants available to artists, arts organizations, creative workers, and small businesses

The National Endowment for the Arts has released its guidelines for the distribution of $75 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securirty (CARES) Act. ArtsWA is currently preparing guidelines to swiftly distribute the funding to arts organizations across the state. More information on how to apply will be available soon. Up to $10 million in emergency relief grants ($5,000 each) are also available through the newly formed national Artist Relief Fund. Here in Washington, small businesses can also apply for $10,000 in emergency relief funding that can be used for operational expenses.

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