SAVE THE DATE!
10th Annual CREATIVE EDGE LECTURE
Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 10 am, Irvine Barclay Theatre
Speaker to be announced soon!
OC's EMERGING ARTS LEADERS INVITE YOU TO JOIN THEM FOR THEIR HOLIDAY SPOTLIGHT EVENT ON DECEMBER 10 - WATCH VIDEO BELOW!
EALOC Holiday Spotlight 2018 Announcement
EALOC Holiday Spotlight 2018 Announcement

CALL FOR ARTS ORGANIZATIONS, SCHOOLS & CITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 34TH ANNUAL ORANGE COUNTY IMAGINATION CELEBRATION...
Each spring, dozens of OC arts organizations, schools, colleges, and cities participate in the Imagination Celebration. Learn how your organization can participate here.
HEAR WHAT OUR VETERANS THINK OF ARTSOC's VOICES PROGRAM...
Voices: Veterans Storytelling Project #VeteransVoices
Voices: Veterans Storytelling Project #VeteransVoices

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CALL FOR PERFORMING ARTISTS & ENSEMBLES, TEACHING ARTISTS: APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED TO PARTICIPATE IN...

OC Di­a del Nino/Day of the Child is a free family arts festival that celebrates children, develops their natural creativity and inspires lifelong participation in the arts. Now in its 8th year, OC Día del Niño features two days of fun and interactive activities and performances by professional artists, arts organizations, schools and community groups that can be enjoyed by the whole family and children of all ages and skill levels. The 2019 OC Día del Niño festival will take place on Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14 at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa from 10am-5pm. The 2019 OC Día del Niño festival is presented by Arts OC, Media Arts Santa Ana (MASA) and the OC Fair & Event Center Imaginology. 
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"It was a great experience bonding with the other vets and they all have remarkable stories. Please get involved. Tell your story. I feel like a large weight has been lifted off of me by participating in this."
That's from a participant in our most recent VOICES: Veterans Storytelling Project. It's a free program that helps veterans tell their service stories-no matter their feelings, how they were discharged, or how they served-to civilians in a public forum. Dave Barton guides participants through the process. We invite anyone that served to participate, and welcome people of color, women, and LGBTQ vets. Contact Dave at 714-598-7406 to find out more or visit our VOICES Facebook page and DM Dave there.
AND SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR NEXT FREE PUBLIC READING!
Thursday, March 28, at 7 pm.
The program is funded by the Orange County Community Foundation and The William Gillespie Foundation, with additional support from our partners, Heroes Hall at OC Fair & Event Center and The Tierney Center for Veterans Services at Goodwill Orange County.
Arts Orange County is the leader in building appreciation of, participation in and support for the arts and arts education throughout Orange County. 
It is a powerhouse in advancing Orange County's arts ecology, a trailblazer in advocating workforce development through arts education, a leader in building future audiences and a trendsetter in the world of nonprofit arts councils.

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