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2018 California Documentary Project Awards Announced!

California Humanities is pleased to announce $302,000 in awards to 14 new film, audio and interactive media projects through the 2018 California Documentary Project (CDP) grant program. From a film highlighting the origins of the disability rights movement; to a radio series examining the social and economic impact of drought …

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Library Innovation Lab – Application Deadline April 2

Are you looking for a challenge?  Do you want to develop your public programming skills?  Experiment with new programming approaches?  Reach new and underserved audiences?  Help immigrants feel more at home in your community?  Meet like-minded colleagues across the state? If so, our Library Innovation Lab: Exploring New Ways of …

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The California Civil Liberties Program

The California Civil Liberties Public Education Program is a competitive grant program for nonprofits and units of state and local government. Funding is available for various preservation, educational, public media, civic and artistic projects on the subject of civil liberties. Projects should include information on and comparisons to the civil-liberty …

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UCLA Conference on Creativity & the Arts in Healing

2nd Annual Conference on Creativity & the Arts in Healing Sponsored by UCLArts & Healing in partnership with Expressive Therapies Summit THURSDAY, APRIL 26 through SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 2018 Learn arts-based tools for facilitating communication, building connection, promoting positive emotions, fostering engagement, enhancing mindfulness, reducing stress, and managing the impact …

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2018 National Parks Artist in Residence Program

The National Parks Artist-in-Residence Program at Whiskeytown National Recreational Area offers established artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while being surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park. The park provides a rustic cabin for participants for up to a three week program. This program is open …

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