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Something to Say SF/Best Practices in Afterschool Arts Programming -and- How to Attract and Retain Tweens


We invite you to a free half-day conference that will present the findings of a recent national study conducted by the Wallace Foundation on afterschool programs and discuss how to attract and retain the sometimes hard-to-engage urban tweens and teens. Keynote presentation by Denise Montgomery of Next Level Strategic Marketing Group/CultureThrive, ... Read more

Technical Assistance Workshops in September


Marigold Project, photo by Jazmin Morelos, FY2012 Arts for Neighborhood Vitality
Marigold Project, photo by Jazmin Morelos, FY2012 Arts for Neighborhood Vitality Space is Limited! RSVP early for a 15 minute one-on-one consultation with staff. Bring your specific questions for the Organization Project Grants (OPG), Creative Space (CRSP), Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships (ACIP), and Native American Arts & Cultural Traditions (NAACT) ... Read more

REMINDER: Grant Deadline WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1


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Byb Chanel Bibene, photo by Lynne Fried, FY2011 Organization Project Grants Grant Applications Due Wednesday, October 1Applications for the following SFAC grant categories will be accepted via email at sfac.grants@sfgov.org until 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, October 1: Organization Project Grants Creative Space Arts & Communities: Innovative Partnerships Native American Arts & Cultural Traditions ... Read more

Announcing New Senior Program Officer Barbara Mumby


We are thrilled to welcome Barbara Mumby to the San Francisco Arts Commission. Ms. Mumby is currently a dual Master's candidate in Museum Studies and Business Administration at John F. Kennedy University. Previously, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts and Native American Studies from the University of ... Read more