Metro Arts Council is a non-profit, coordinating body representing the arts and culture, organized to encourage and strengthen the cultural life of Southern Nevada, and to further the development and appreciation of the arts. It serves as an information outlet; an advocacy voice representing the arts and culture; an umbrella for arts groups or projects needing fiscal sponsorship; a convener for professional arts networking and training; and a research agency to identify needs and follow trends in the arts and culture.
What art offers is space - a certain breathing room for the spirit.
Participation in peer groups and network meetings
Invitations to special events and promotions
Membership directory listing with website link
3 Free Summer Workshops for Nonprofits at Clark County Library, on Flamingo
The Southern Nevada Non-Profit Information Center at the Clark County Library presents three non-profit management workshops this summer, Jun 17, July 15 & Aug 19. All workshops are two hours and are no charge. 1401 E Flamingo Rd (east of Maryland Parkway). See Flyer for more information.
2014 Love for Literacy Festival Project Report Ready to Read.
Local author Dana Satterwhite and illustrator Joseph Watson teamed up with Metro Arts to expand the Love for Literacy annual festival, held February 22, 2014. Dana and Joseph are the creators of the popular Go, Go, Greta children's book series. Love for Literacy focuses on the value of literacy and artistic expression for children. Festival attendees explored the processes and connections between literacy and creativity. Go to L4L website for more information.
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