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Presidio Habitats and SFF’s Center for Cultural Innovation’s NextGen Arts Initiative

when: 2010-07-01, starts at
where: San Francisco

FIRST EVER EXHIBITION IN A NATIONAL PARK WAS CREATED FOR THE ANIMALS
Presidio Habitats is a new art exhibition at the Presidio park in San Francisco featuring 11 installations intended to engage both the resident animals and human visitors. Never before in the U.S. has a site specific art exhibition been staged in a national park. The goal was to create new animal habitats that artistically referenced the site or the surrounding San Francisco area. For more information, visit http://www.psfk.com/2010/06/first-ever-exhibition-in-a-national-park-was-created-for-the-animals.html.

NEXTGEN ARTS GRANTS SUPPORT EMERGING ARTS LEADERS; REGISTER TODAY!
The San Francisco Foundation is pleased to support the launch of the Center for Cultural Innovation’s NextGen Arts Initiative, which seeks to support emerging arts administrators in California by providing new funding resources for professional development through its Creative Capacity Fund. NextGen Arts grants for emerging arts leaders will provide up to $1,000 for eligible individuals to take workshops, attend conferences, or work with career coaches or management consultants. Applications will be accepted on a monthly basis beginning on August 15, 2010. To be considered for one of these grants, you must complete an online registration survey by July 31st. For more information about the Initiative, please visit the Creative Capacity Fund website, http://www.cciarts.org/ccf/nextgen.htm. The Initiative was made possible by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation. Please help spread the word and share this opportunity with emerging arts administrators in your community.

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