The Arts Program views collecting demographic data as an important step in advancing equity to ensure a diverse group of visionary Bay Area artists are thriving.
“Lakbai Diwa: Diasporic Spirit” centered indigeneity to bring visibility and collective healing to the Pilipinx community.
CounterPulse is set to buy its San Francisco building from Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST), securing a permanent space for the arts.
Open Spaces Program grants funded ten public art projects in either the early development or production phase.
Z Space announced its new distributed leadership model along with the first openly transgender executive director in American theater—Shafer Mazow.
This four-part series explored the opportunities and challenges of working in the public realm.
A virtual gathering with the inaugural Rainin Fellows, moderated by Marc Bamuthi Joseph.
Grantmakers can help transform the sector by following the lead of Black, Indigenous, People of Color, disabled, queer, trans and working class creatives who are innovating models for self-determination and community wealth.
“We So Bay” featured youth poets, dancers and musicians telling stories about their Bay Area neighborhoods and cities.
“TENDER (n) a person who takes charge” was a site-specific dance that elevated underrepresented histories.