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.
Over $6,000 distributed to local artists and cultural organizations through mini-grant program.
Applications now open for Arts Express! Grant Program and Open Studios Art Tour.
Working to bring the arts to local students, including low-income youth, students with special needs, incarcerated youth at Juvenile Hall and students at Title 1 schools.
Artists and designers encouraged to apply to new public art opportunity at McCarthy Park.
Community invited to an opening reception of Explorations: Creative Work by the Aromas Hills Artisans at the ARTspace Annex.
The Arts Council's second annual farm-to-table benefit will highlight food from local producers prepared by local chefs Mike Fisher and Becky Herbert.
The two facilities have outranked others nationwide in 16 out of 18 quality indicators compared to national benchmarks.
San Benito Citizens for a Brighter Future co-founder Mia Casey writes that the proposed Strada Verde project is a positive step forward for San Benito County.
El Nopal Bakery serves up pan de muerto and pumpkin conchas in time for Dia de los Muertos.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…