Stockton Arts Commission Current Activities
The Stockton Arts Commission serves as the arts advocacy commission for the City – a catalyst to support and strengthen the community by increasing awareness, opportunities, and involvement in arts and culture. The Commission was founded by Marian Jacobs and a group of local arts supporters in the mid-1970s.
Today, the Commission operates within the City's Community Services Department. Business is conducted by the arts director and a 16-member volunteer commission appointed by the Mayor and City Council.
To find out more about the Stockton Arts Commission's function, legal authority, member qualifications, visit the City Clerk's Arts Commission page.
Alfred H and Camilla Muller Arts Grant for Children and Youth 2014 -15
The Stockton Arts Commission is happy to announce a total of $9,500 available for mini-grants (up to $1,000 each.) These grants are funded by Mary Muller-Niven, in honor of her father and mother Alfred H. and Camilla Muller. These grants benefit children and youth and may be used to explore, expand, introduce, and/or involve children and youth in the visual and performing arts. Arts organizations, arts education, or arts programs leaders who reside, do business, or provide education in Stockton may apply.
Interested groups and individuals should complete the Muller Grant Application form no later than December 10, 2014, by 4:00 p.m.
Submit one original and six copies of the complete application package to the Chair of the Stockton Arts Commission Grants Committee (Kathy Hart, 605 North El Dorado Street, Stockton, CA 95202.) Grants will be awarded in January 2015.
Complete application includes:
- Muller Grant Application Form,
- one-page proposal outlining purpose and scope of project, and
This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 11/25/2014