Jena Dominique shares strategies that supported community engagement and consensus on an ambitious public art piece that will commemorate the legacy of the Black Panther Party.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation awarded $810,000 to 32 small and mid-size arts organizations through our New and Experimental Works (NEW) Program.
SFFILM and the Kenneth Rainin Foundation announced the 17 recipients for the 2023 SFFILM Rainin Grant, which supports narrative projects at different stages of production.
Twenty eight filmmaking teams have been shortlisted to receive funding and professional support for their narrative feature film projects.
Three neighbors who connected through “Commons Archive” reflect on the public art project and the neighborhood they call home.
We invited OMCA’s Rhonda Pagnozzi, who programmed the 2023 Exploring Public Art Practices Symposium, to share her thoughts and reflections.
Small and mid-size arts organizations can use the new Common App for the Arts to apply to our NEW Program from September 4-18, 2023
Meet the 2023 Rainin Fellows—Mohammad Gorjestani (Film), Joanna Haigood (Dance), Related Tactics (Public Space) and Sean San José (Theater).
Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST) has proven its success in securing safe, affordable spaces for artists to thrive in the Bay Area.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation is excited to partner with the Oakland Museum of California to present the Exploring Public Art Practices symposium.