Mendocino County artist Elizabeth Raybee has created a new mosaic art project in Ukiah featuring disaster preparedness messages.
The Arts Council of Mendocino County has awarded relief grants of $4,210 each to the Round Valley Indian Tribe, Sherwood Valley Rancheria, and Flockworks and we thank them for the important work they do for our local community.
A mosaic mural project promoting hope and emergency preparedness to Downtown Ukiah and Mendocino County residents.
Arts educators, and arts organizations of Mendocino County are encouraged to submit project and guest artist proposals to the Arts Council of Mendocino County.
The deadline for the application and endorsement is 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time on Monday, February 1, 2021. Applicants will be notified of their status in mid-February 2021.
The California Arts Council has created a COVID-19 resource page, including emergency funding opportunities, emergency preparedness best practices, and webinars featuring arts leaders and artists from the national arts community.
To slow the spread of COVID-19 here, we desperately need our local business owners to take the lead in adhering to the State’s vital health orders.
When Point Arena fine artist Lauren Sinnott spotted a notice in a local newspaper about a proposed public art project in downtown Ukiah, she knew she had to apply. Now three years into the massive project, it’s the “crown jewel” of her long career.
The Board of Directors of the Arts Council of Mendocino County is pleased to announce the 18th Annual Mendocino County Arts Champion Award recipients.
Grants to aid local arts and culture organizations serving socially vulnerable populations within their communities that are not eligible for the direct CARES Act stimulus grants.