After a surreal year, we are grateful to be here.   The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially devastating to the folk and traditional arts community. During this time of extreme need among our constituents, ACTA did not close down or downsize operations. Rather, we more…
A Program Administered by ACTA
A new educational resource from ACTA
55 organizations recognized statewide
In light of this year’s movements responding to over-policing and the global conversation on how we can dismantle white supremacy in all our institutions, the Alliance for California Traditional Arts calls on our supporters and constituents to support campaigns that reallocate funding to basic human needs…
A Series of National Online Panels
At ACTA we believe that social distance doesn’t have to mean social isolation. That’s why we have introduced a new series of live videos we are calling Shelter Together, bringing you LIVE performances, demonstrations, and words of wisdom from traditional artists across California on our social media channels!…
In an effort to support traditional artists and organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting loss of bookings, programming, and income, ACTA has compiled a shortlist of funding and readiness resources. This page will be updated as new funding and support resources become available.
¡Ya están disponibles las oportunidades para recibir apoyo financiero para el año 2020! Continua leyendo para aprender cómo puedes postular por internet para los programas para las Culturas Vivas y Aprendices de ACTA. PROGRAMA DE APOYO FINANCIERO PARA LAS CULTURAS VIVAS La fecha límite para…
Reporters Tena Rubio and Rubén Tapia from the national Latino public radio network Radio Bilingüe went inside several California state prisons ACTA serves through our Arts in Corrections program.