The San Diego Regional Arts and Culture Coalition (SDRACC) is the voice of arts and culture supporters in San Diego. Founded in 1989 to advocate for stable funding by the City of San Diego, SDRACC has expanded to become the local partner of California Arts Advocates on state issues and Americans for the Arts on national issues. Arts and Culture organizations join SDRACC to add their voice to the chorus of support for government funding, sound policy, and an educated public to San Diego benefits from a strong creative sector.

 

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We got the grant! The California Arts Council will support the San Diego Regional Arts and Culture programs this year.

The California Arts Council grant will allow us to grow and provide more opportunities to our constituents in the San Diego region. tiny.cc/CAC-G17 #artsboost #artsandculturematter
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On May 23rd, the Chula Vista City manager proposed a BALANCED budget that did not propose any cuts to Cultural Arts or Fire staffing with $1, 975, 080 proposed for Fire Vehicles and 1.2 million proposed for Fire Equipment. However, the revised budget proposes to cut the position of Cultural Arts Program Manager.

The cutting of the Cultural Arts Program Manager position in the City of Chula Vista will result in detrimental impacts to projects and programs citywide. These programs include vibrant performances, exhibits, parades, festivals, and meaningful artistic experiences for young people and life-long learners.

Your attendance at the Council meeting is very important. Make your voice heard! Join us on Tuesday, June 6th at 5pm
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SAVE CHULA VISTA ARTS

June 6, 2017, 5:00pm

Urgent call for action to save the Chula Vista Cultural Arts. Make your voice heard at the the next meeting at Chula Vista City Hall Council Chambers Building( A )274 4th Ave Chula Vista Eight short ...

1 month ago  ·  

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We're making progress to restore the Mayor's cuts, but we're not there yet!

On Wednesday, the city's Independent Budget Analyst recommended restoring $1 million to the arts budget. $1 million down, another $1.4 to go to get back to a flat budget of $15.1 million.

We still need your help. Please join us today at the San Diego City council meeting. Your attendance is very important. Make your voice heard.

Monday, June 5, 2017 at 2pm
City Administration Building
Council Chambers - 12th Floor
202 "C" Street, San Diego, CA 92101
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1 month ago  ·  

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