Foundation for North Carolina Arts

Foundation for North Carolina Arts Invest in a legacy. Donate at https://www.paypal.me/NCarts to sustain and empower the North Carolina Arts Council.
Capacity Building for Sustainability Donate at https://www.paypal.me/NCarts The North Carolina Arts Council Foundation was formed in 2013 initially to raise funds for specific statewide initiatives. Development efforts for programs such as A+ Schools and the SmART Initiative have already proven successful. The Foundation is exploring additional ways to strengthen the Arts Council through a capacity building campaign - funds from which could be used for programs, grants, and/or agency infrastructure. Expanded resources will enable the Arts Council to plan, create,and support innovative programs and initiatives that will continue to bring tangible and measurable public value.

AmazonSmile donates to the North Carolina Arts Council Foundation when you do your holiday shopping at smile.amazon.com/...
11/08/2018

AmazonSmile donates to the North Carolina Arts Council Foundation when you do your holiday shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/46-3987880.

Arts participation in the U.S. is increasing, especially visiting art museums or galleries, outdoor performing arts fest...
09/20/2018

Arts participation in the U.S. is increasing, especially visiting art museums or galleries, outdoor performing arts festivals, touring cultural attractions, poetry reading and folk music events. The North Carolina Arts Council supports these activities and more. https://www.arts.gov/news/2018/new-report-arts-attendance-shows-gains

https://artsnc.org/governor-cooper-reconizes-arts-in-education-week/Governor Roy Cooper ARTS North Carolina #BecauseofAr...
09/11/2018
Governor Cooper Recognizes Arts in Education Week – Arts North Carolina

https://artsnc.org/governor-cooper-reconizes-arts-in-education-week/
Governor Roy Cooper ARTS North Carolina #BecauseofArtsEd #ArtsEdWeek

Governor Cooper Recognizes Arts in Education Week September 10, 2018 Nate McGaha Advocacy, Advocacy Matters, Arts, Arts Education, Call To Action, North Carolina, Uncategorized Arts North Carolina is proud that Governor Roy Cooper has joined in the national celebration and proclaimed September 9-15,...

North Carolina Arts Council
09/07/2018
North Carolina Arts Council

North Carolina Arts Council

Greenville, North Carolina is one of four new SmART communities! We will also be partnering with Morganton, North Carolina, Marshall, North Carolina, and Lumberton, North Carolina in coming months and years on creative placemaking projects that mobilize arts-driven downtown revitalization! More information to come about these projects soon.

The Kenan Institute for the Arts strengthens our creative community and demonstrates the value and impact of the arts in...
09/06/2018

The Kenan Institute for the Arts strengthens our creative community and demonstrates the value and impact of the arts in society.

Congrats to the Kenan Institute for the Arts - a catalyst for innovative ideas, developing strategic partnerships and building artists’ capacity to generate, lead and sustain their work - selected as one of five community initiatives in the Institute for Emerging Issues ReCONNECT to Community initiative. See Corey Madden at :56 – 1:07 on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv-kogO-PeI

A powerful example of giving to community through the arts.
09/04/2018
Veteran finds new life in dance :: WRAL.com

A powerful example of giving to community through the arts.

Combat veteran Alfredo Hurtado says dance saved his life. Now he wants to spread the word to other vets.

Celebrate National Arts In Education Week beginning Sunday. During the week of September 9-15, 2018 use the hashtag #Bec...
09/04/2018

Celebrate National Arts In Education Week beginning Sunday. During the week of September 9-15, 2018 use the hashtag #BecauseOfArtsEd to share your story of the transformative power of the arts in your own education and the impact the arts have on your work and life.

A Labor Day shout-out to NC's vibrant creative workforce, 161,105 jobs in 51 occupations, up 27% over ten years!
08/31/2018

A Labor Day shout-out to NC's vibrant creative workforce, 161,105 jobs in 51 occupations, up 27% over ten years!

NC's A+ Schools - North Carolina is featured in national Arts Integration guide: https://www.ecs.org/wp-content/uploads/...
08/24/2018

NC's A+ Schools - North Carolina is featured in national Arts Integration guide:https://www.ecs.org/wp-content/uploads/Preparing-Educators-and-School-Leaders-for-Effective-Arts-Integration-1.pdf

North Carolina Museum of Art is now serving Blackbeard's Booty beer at movies, concerts, in Iris, and at Iris after Dark...
08/22/2018

North Carolina Museum of Art is now serving Blackbeard's Booty beer at movies, concerts, in Iris, and at Iris after Dark!

08/20/2018
North Carolina Arts Council

In 1964 Governor Terry Sanford established the North Carolina Arts Council by Executive Order. He was born in Laurinburg on August 20,101 years ago. The thriving arts throughout the state celebrate his vision.

Governor Terry Sanford created the North Carolina Arts Council because he believed that all great societies uplift the arts. In a 1969 speech to our board, he articulated his vision for the arts in our state. Take a listen to what he had to say for your #mondaymotivation.

Select "North Carolina Arts Council Foundation" at Smile.Amazon.com to donate .5% of your purchase to support the arts t...
08/17/2018

Select "North Carolina Arts Council Foundation" at Smile.Amazon.com to donate .5% of your purchase to support the arts throughout the state.

"Investing in the arts is investing in the heart and soul of our nation, and particularly the young people who will be t...
08/07/2018
North Carolina Arts Council

"Investing in the arts is investing in the heart and soul of our nation, and particularly the young people who will be the future of our nation." Ira David Wood III shares compelling evidence for support of the arts.

"Investing in the arts is investing in the heart and soul of our nation, and particularly the young people who will be the future of our nation."

Ira David Wood III, our latest 50 for 50 artist, shares his thoughts on public funding for the arts in a brand new profile.

https://untappd.com/b/mother-earth-brewing-north-carolina-blackbeard-s-booty/2581482"Treasure of a beer" for refreshing ...
07/31/2018
Blackbeard’s Booty - Mother Earth Brewing (North Carolina) - Untappd

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"Treasure of a beer" for refreshing celebrations.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this beer will go to the North Carolina Arts Council Foundation to support arts programs across the state.

Blackbeard’s Booty brewed by Mother Earth Brewing (North Carolina) as an Blonde Ale style beer, which has 3.6 out of 5, with 1,091 ratings and reviews on Untappd.

Foundation president John Willingham hosted the Annual Meeting of the board at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center Yadkin Ar...
07/31/2018

Foundation president John Willingham hosted the Annual Meeting of the board at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center Yadkin Arts Council and Cultural Center. The courtyard sculpture 'Aiming for the Mark' is by Heloise Crista, who lived at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesen West Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and was inspired by her early dance training to interpret classical forms in a fusion of old and new in art and life.

Support the arts as you celebrate the artistry of craft brewing.
07/03/2018

Support the arts as you celebrate the artistry of craft brewing.

One of the most well-known pirates in the world, Blackbeard is a prominent figure in North Carolina history, having been brought to justice here 300 years ago. As we commemorate the 300th anniversary of his death, we’ve unearthed this treasure of a beer for your enjoyment. This hoppy blonde ale is light and refreshing, but is also brewed with Amarillo and Chinook hops, adding a fruity, bitter punch to the finish. Enjoy Blackbeard’s Booty while you celebrate the pirate within you!

(Plus, a portion of the proceeds from Blackbeard's Booty sales will be donated to the North Carolina Arts Council Foundation to help further arts programs across the state. Now that's a win!)

Mother Earth Brewery founder Stephen Hill serves as chair of the North Carolina Arts Council. A portion of the proceeds ...
07/03/2018

Mother Earth Brewery founder Stephen Hill serves as chair of the North Carolina Arts Council. A portion of the proceeds from Blackbeard's Booty sales will be donated to the North Carolina Arts Council Foundation to help further arts programs across the state!

Greensboro visual artist Katy G. Collier was commissioned to design a limited-edition screen-printed poster celebrating ...
06/29/2018

Greensboro visual artist Katy G. Collier was commissioned to design a limited-edition screen-printed poster celebrating the folk traditions of the North Carolina Heritage Awards recipients. Collier works in printmaking, drawing, animation, and text. Her work draws on quilting traditions and landscape. This poster, the first-ever commissioned for the North Carolina Heritage Awards program, captures artistic elements of each awardee’s craft. The poster is a 4 color screen print size 11 x 17 inches. The $25 price includes tax and shipping.

This poster is perfect for the North Carolina arts champion in your life. Get yours at http://www.artsfoundationnc.info/p/50th-anniversary.html

06/29/2018

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The North Carolina Arts Council has imagined and executed an innovative vision for arts development that touches every corner of the state and the arts are today regarded as one of North Carolina’s most durable and productive assets. The Foundation works to build investment in this legacy and develop expanded resources to allow the Arts Council to plan, create, and support innovative programs and initiatives that will continue to bring tangible and measurable public value.

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06/28/2018

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The Foundation supports the work of the North Carolina Arts Council to make North Carolina “The Creative State” where a robust arts industry produces a creative economy, vibrant communities, children prepared for the 21st century and lives filled with discovery and learning. The Arts Council accomplishes this in partnership with artists and arts organizations, other organizations that use the arts to make their communities strong, and North Carolinians – young and old – who enjoy and participate in the arts.


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