Funding for Perfoming arts

Foundation and philanthropic support for theater and the performing arts from around the Web.

Santa Rosa High School'S Artquest Marks Anniversary, Hosts Arts Showcase

For 30 years, students in Santa Rosa, Calif., have had the option of studying either the visual or performing arts, the Press Democrat reports. Now they've got a chance to see their work up close...more

Governor Abbott Announces Corinth Designated Music Friendly Texas Certified Community

"Music is key to the Texas brand and is deeply rooted in the cultural traditions of our great state." Those are the words of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in a press release announcing that Corinth,...more

John Paul the Great Catholic University to Double Its Academic Space

"God hit me over the head and said, 'I want something like this in San Diego.' Far from being a creative, [founder Derry] Connolly was an engineer and businessman, originally from Ireland. But he...more

Safe Place to Park a Community Priority

The town of Sedona, Ariz., is in the middle of a debate over what to do with a rundown theater that's been there for 20 years. The town wants to tear down the Sedona Performing Arts Center and...more

Teen Outreach announces innovative teen and young adult grief support program

When Mary Jo Podgurski lost her 13-year-old daughter to suicide in 2023, "it's scary and a bit overwhelming when this happens, and people say, 'How could this have happened?' I don't have all the...more

Walking the Creative Path: Exploring Innovative Approaches through Movement

There's no better way to start a conversation than with a walk. So says Simon Poole, an associate of cultural education at the University of Chester and guest professor at the University of...more

Northbrook Park District Awarded State Grant for Leisure Center

A 40,000-square-foot building in a Chicago suburb is getting a makeover thanks to a $2.8 million grant from the state of Illinois. The Northbrook Park District's Leisure Center, which has been...more

Adrian High School Launching Inaugural Student-Led One Act Festival

A high school in Adrian, Mich., is putting on its first-ever One Act Festival on Feb. 17. It's a collection of one-act plays, all directed by high school students, reports. "Our...more

Govt Holds Consultation Session for a Creative and Performing Arts School

The prime minister of the Bahamas calls it "a long-cherished ambition": His country is building a school to train people for careers in the performing arts. The Bahamas Creative and Performing...more

Ball State Trustees Approve Village Revitalization Plan Agreements

Indiana's Ball State University is planning a major upgrade to its main campus in Muncie. The school's board of trustees on Friday approved contracts that will see the construction of a new...more

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