NCAN Loud and Clear

Patricia Frischer on SDVoyager

Image by Fritzie Urquhart Patricia Frischer of San Diego Visual Arts Network speaks about herself and the future of NCAN in an interview on SDVoyager We need a countywide arts council which advocates for arts and culture on all level or business and government. The first steps to re-forming an arts council was the development […]

2018 Looking North: Seek to be Found…did you miss it? Here is the report.

  by Patricia Frischer  Networking Event Looking North: Seek to be Found at the Museum of Making Music  Monday, April 9, 2018   This was a chance to network with both performing and visual arts resources, get updates about NCAN activities and learn about how to spread the word about events and projects. Brigid Parsons and Carolyn […]

Looking North: Seek to be Found

North County Arts Network presents Looking North: Seek to be Found North County Arts Network April 9th, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Museum of Making Music 5790 Armada Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008, USA GET FREE TICKETS SEND REMINDER Add to Calendar Share     About the Event Please join NCAN, (North County Arts Network), to […]

Museum of Making Music special exhibitions

Unseen Artists: Sights & Insights from the Piano Technicians Guild February 14, 2018 – April 30, 2018 The Museum of Making Music is the host for the NCAN Looking North: Seek to be Found networking event on Monday, April 9 from 5:30 to 7:30. This amazing museum is fascinating even for the tone deaf with […]

ENCINITAS FRIENDS OF THE ARTS LAUNCHES PIANO CAMPAIGN

The new piano is for the Encinitas Community and Senior Center. With just four weeks into a fundraising campaign, the Encinitas Friends of the Arts has raised half of its goal amount. Through the 88 Keys Campaign, the organization is hoping to raise approximately $39,000 toward the purchase a new 9-foot concert grand piano for […]

Outside Mullingar from the Oceanside Theater Co. at Brooks Historic Theater

Outside Mullingar Feb. 23 – Mar. 11 Fri &; Sat @ 7:30pm/ Sat & (1st) Sun @ 2pm Anthony (Stephen Schmitz) son of Tony (Jim Chovick) and Rosemary (Vanessa Dinning)  daughter of  Aoifte (Dagmar Fields) are next door neighbors in a tiny cattle and sheep farm in Ireland.  Anthony is painful shy and cut off emotionally from […]

From the director’s chair: An interview with the CAC’s Anne Bown-Crawford

California Arts Council Director Anne Bown-Crawford. Photo by Mia Shope. From the director’s chair: An interview with the CAC’s Anne Bown-Crawford ON FEBRUARY 15, 2018 BY CALIFORNIA ARTS COUNCILIN ARTS COUNCIL STAFF Just before the new year, we got some great news: Governor Jerry Brown had appointed a new director to head up the CAC, Anne Bown-Crawford. Anne is a champion […]

San Diego Now generates approx.. $1.1 BILLION in Arts and Cultures revenues

SAN DIEGO ARTS & CULTURE FACT SHEET – Smart to Invest in the Arts San Diego Now generates approx.. $1.1 BILLION in Arts and Cultures revenues Industry leaders from Fortune 500 companies, and the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) judged San Diego to be the only North American city worthy of the Business Destinations […]

New Large Art events in North County

Has anyone else noticed how the art world in San Diego County is slowly moving northward.  Of course, we have a major museum (OMA) and a major performing art center (CCAE).  Now Art San Diego is held in Del Mar after all those years in Balboa Park and the people that bring you Mission Federal Art […]

New Ways to Accomplish Social Change

  EmcArts is pleased to shareit’s newest published article on the intersection of artistic practice and community change, which appears in the Fall 2017 edition of the Grantmakers in the Arts Reader. The article, “The Artistry of Systemic Change: New Roles Emerging for Teaching Artists – New Ways to Accomplish Social Change” is written by EmcArts President Richard Evans, along […]