Uplifting an inclusive arts workforce and supporting the vibrancy of organizations that create and preserve the cultural identities of all California communities.
The California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellowship program was initiated by the California Arts Council with the goal of uplifting an inclusive workforce and supporting the vibrancy of organizations that create and preserve the cultural identities of all California communities. The pilot program is made possible by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation and one-time increased state arts funding.
The statewide pilot program will match 10 arts administrators of color, Fellows, with an arts and culture organization, Host Organizations, dedicated to equity and community engagement for a nine- to 12-month fellowship. Applications are now being accepted for program Fellows and Host Organizations. The fellowship offers a $50,000 stipend and will provide Fellows with a number of resources, including professional development opportunities and an immersive learning community. Host Organizations will receive $35,000 to mentor their Fellow and assist with administrative costs of the fellowship program.
- Public Agency
- Tribal Government
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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