Please join the Arts Council at the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery located in the R.K. Bailey Art Studios at the University of Tampa (UT) for our August social and professional networking meetup on Tues., August 22, 6:30 pm. The Scarfone/Hartley […]
The arts mean BUSINESS in Hillsborough County! A new economic impact study released today by the Americans for the Arts shows that Hillsborough County’s nonprofit arts and cultural organizations and their audiences generate $433 MILLION […]
Here in Hillsborough, the cuts mean 32 local organizations, large and small, will have to figure out how to get by on about 30% of what they were qualified to receive …
Yes! Be part of creating our future! The Arts Council is getting ready to celebrate its 50th year in Hillsborough County. As we look toward that anniversary, it’s a great time to not only look at […]
There are 4.8 million people employed in the arts nationwide. Why have less than one percent of that number signed a petition to save the NEA, NEH and Corporation for Public Broadcasting? Have you signed the national petition to tell President Trump to support the arts?
“With this work, I was being direct about a lot of real issues. It’s very graphic. It’s about the objectification of women and how ‘we’ collectively sort of sell our souls to look like this ideal woman that society is trying to cram down our throats. It starts pretty much the day we get our first Barbie, and now it’s inescapable with advertisements online targeting women.” — Heidi Clapp-Temple, photographer
This second session of our four-part series highlights the social platforms of Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn as part of a strategic approach to marketing through social media. Limited seats available.
The Council is giving 14 local artists more than $38,000 this year. To date, more than $767,000 has been awarded by the Arts Council of Hillsborough County.
“I believe our collective job in the arts community is to tell our story and make our case again and again at the federal, state and local levels. Here are the action steps I hope […]
Please join the Arts Council at Stageworks Theatre in the Channelside District for our January social and professional networking meetup on Wed., January 18, 6 pm. If you are in the arts, this is a great opportunity […]
Get Questions Answered Before You Apply Got a question about applying for one of our Arts Council grants? Not sure about how to prepare your budget? Got a question about appropriate support documents or work […]
The monthly First Friday events in Seminole Heights and Tampa Heights have been steadily growing as more new galleries, shops, restaurants and bars have been opening along the north/south main drags of Florida and Nebraska Avenues. […]
Martine Meredith Collier comes to the Arts Council from Dayton, where she is President and CEO of Culture Works, an arts agency serving an eight county region in southwest Ohio. She has an extensive background […]
Wed., Nov. 30, 2016 2 – 4:30 pm at the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County Looking for ways to build audience, build donors, build volunteers and build programs? Think accessible and inclusive! This Access for All workshop will help arts organizations […]
Tell Hillsborough County what you think is a priority for the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. Among the features to rank are cultural centers, sports fields, art classes.