Public Health

The offices of the Alabama State Council on the Arts are currently closed. Staff are protecting themselves and the public by working remotely.


At Home With ASCA

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Extended through September 25th! The Alabama State Council on the Arts is showing works from the private collections of Council on the Arts staff members and local partner organizations. The works selected span a myriad of media and styles, and the exhibition is a playful, light invitation for the community to get to know the Council on the Arts staff better through their art collection. The exhibition features the works of some of Alabama’s biggest names in visual arts, and staff provide first-hand accounts of their experiences with the artists and the pieces they purchased.

Featuring works by:

Al (Nathaniel) Allen
Allen Ham
Alvin Sella
Amos Kennedy
Amy Pleasant
Andrew McCall
Anna Mantel
Bannister Pope
Bethanne Hill
BF Perkins
Brooks Barrow
Butch Anthony
Cal Breed
Canne Holladay
Cathy Chambers
Charlie Lucas
Chip Cooper
Chris Clark
Chris Greenman
Clark Walker
Donna Pickens
Frank Fleming
Gay Burke
George Taylor
Guadalupe Robinson
Howard Finster
Jane Phillips
Janice Kluge
Jerry Brown
Jimmy Lee Sudduth
JoAnn Staley
Jonathan Byler
Kayla Gebhardt
Kittie Pelham
Larry Manning
Maya Blume Cantrell
Melissa Tubbs
Meredith Knight
Mose Tolliver
Nora Ezell
Patrick Soper
Paul Cordes Wilm
Randy Shoults
Richard Brough
Robert Marino
Tim Vaught
Wayne Sides
Willie James Carter
Woodie Long

For additional information, please contact: Amy Jenkins, Visual Arts Program Manager and Manager of the Georgine Clarke Alabama Artists Gallery. (334) 242-5150 or by email at: amy.jenkins@arts.alabama.gov.

See more about previous exhibitions here.

News and Updates

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We're Hiring!

The Council on the Arts is looking for a Communications and Public Relations Specialist. Submit a resume and cover letter to Andrea Crowley by 5pm September 25, and apply through the State Personnel Department (position 11042) to be considered.

Next Deadline:
March 1

Applications for the March 1 grant deadline for fellowships and cultural facilities will begin to be accepted January 1, 2021. Guidelines can be found here. Click here for the eGrant portal.

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Alabama Arts Radio

Listen to archived radio shows, and new episodes of Alabama Arts Radio, now available as a podcast! Visit Anchor.fm for more details and to subscribe!

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Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud Goes Virtual! Schools that would like to participate register here.

For students whose schools are not registering click here. For questions, please email: Diana Green. More details can be found at the Poetry Out Loud page.

Alabama Arts Online

Check out these resources from across the state to access the arts from home:

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Funding resources

These national, regional, and local resources are here for artists and arts organizations as we navigate these difficult times.

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