The Arts Council plans to release the first round of grant applications in early 2022.
The new Art Depot, will offer indoor and outdoor learning, meeting, office and exhibition space for all things art and culture.
Local organizations are encouraging residents of San Benito County to make cardboard creations to celebrate the power of creative play.
This year’s program prioritizes artists as essential workers, with the Arts Council seeking to fund projects that demonstrate how artists are part of the solution to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arts Council recently awarded nine arts-based groups with a total of $22,700 in relief funding.
Exhibition features over 60 original artworks no larger than 7"x9" created and donated by over 30 local artists.
San Benito Arts Council offers two grant programs designed to aid and support local arts organizations and cultural groups that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Community invited to explore the 2020 Virtual Open Studios Tour and Arts Marketplace from Sept. 12-26.
Three-day camp provides opportunity for students to try different styles, mediums and techniques.
Three-course pick-up dinner will take place on July 19 at the Farmhouse Cafe.
$28,000 to go to local artists, art groups, and arts and cultural organizations through direct funding.
Applications are now open for the Arts Council's Open Studios Art Tour that will take place this coming April.
The Arts Council is raising funds to increase arts engagement and accessibility in San Benito County.
Raising funds to support Arts in Education program, which serves over 6,000 local students throughout the county.
Annual event to be held July 21 at Paicines Ranch.
The action aims to protect nesting raptors.
Public health said the current OptumServe testing site has the capacity to perform 990 scheduled tests per week.
Though the tenant has not yet been named, the project will be built to receive and distribute furniture and appliances, and employ over 400 people.