This page will be updated regularly with collateral to help you and your organization plan your activities and events during Arts, Culture, and Creativity month. You may download and share this information with your colleagues.
Call to Action
Register to participate in Arts, Culture, and Creativity month.
Write to the chairs of the Senate and Assembly Budget Committees asking for their commitment to funding the California Arts Council (CAC). Use this template and use this link to find your elected officials.
Place an Op-Ed in Your Local Newspaper
Writing a letter to the editor of a local newspaper is a quick, simple and free method of raising the public’s awareness on a topic.
Write an article about the impact of arts, culture, and creativity in your community.
Use data, tell a compelling impact story.
Logos / Images
Right click on each image to download and save. You may incorporate these images in the promotion of your events, social media, and programs.
Starting in 2019, April will officially be Arts, Culture, and Creativity Month in the state of California. Register to participate in the first annual Arts, Culture, and Creativity Month. There are many ways to get involved!
The San Diego Regional Arts & Culture Coalition in partnership with the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership invites our region’s arts and culture leaders to meet Mayor Faulconer’s recently appointed Executive Director of the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, Jonathon Glus.
Learn about Jonathon’s vision for advancing arts and culture in the City of San Diego, and get the latest updates on critical regional and national arts advocacy issues.
When: Thursday, December 13, 2018 3PM – 5PM
Where: City Heights Performance Annex, 3795 Fairmount Avenue
Thursday, March 15th at 4pm to Meet California Arts Council Director, Anne Bown-Crawford
The San Diego Regional Arts & Culture Coalition in partnership with the California Arts Advocates and Californians for the Arts invites our region’s arts and culture leaders to meet Governor Jerry Brown’s recently appointed Director of the California Arts Council, Anne Bown-Crawford.
Learn about Anne’s vision for advancing arts, culture and creativity in California, and get the latest updates on critical regional and national arts advocacy issues.
We are happy to welcome and host Anne Bown-Crawford in Balboa Park, a pilot Cultural District designated by the California Arts Council.
With the help of many in the community, the Rise Up for Arts and Culture campaign this year successfully minimized devastating cuts from 31% to the city average of 3.5%.
We are hearing early rumblings that, unfortunately, we are going to need to re-double our efforts for this coming budget cycle and for years to come to ensure OSP/CCSD funding is not continually on the chopping block.