Online directory of links to artists and painting styles. Features an A-Z of artists and gallery information.
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Call for submissions, notices and information on grants and fellowships.
Non-profit organization working to enhance the quality of life in Allegany County by promoting an awareness and understanding of the literary, visual and performing arts.
Founded in 1914 for the advancement of American art. It is based in New York City, has about 1,000 members all over the world. Membership, officers, and exhibitions and awards they sponsor.
Our objective is to recognize and promote American marine art and history. The best in contemporary marine art. Includes an extensive gallery of members work.
Oldest and largest portrait society in the world. Includes information on events, competitions, and how to become a patron.
Featuring art galleries, performance and classroom space, and artist studios for painters, sculptors, photographers, dancers, musicians. San Pedro.
A public/private endowment fund for the arts in Arizona.
Agency overview and information on artists, arts organizations, advocacy and traveling exhibitions. Includes job listings and links to other arts organizations.
Online gallery, chat room, and news.
A non profit arts organization which preserves and promotes the Art and Artists of the Southwest in the Valley of the Sun. Includes artists listings, a virtual gallery, arts articles and links.
Includes artist registry, galleries, tours and events, fellowships and grants, programs and related links.
Serves, supports, and advocates for an enriched cultural environment and promotes the arts as a valuable state and community resource.
Artists produce art varying from 2D paintings, collages, and glass etchings to textile works, 3D sculptures in a variety of mediums, and fine furniture.
News and calendars of accessible arts events in Arizona, including audio-described and American Sign Language interpreted performances. Links to many Arizona arts and disability sites.
Dedicated to bringing together artists, the public, and businesses for a greater understanding, appreciation, and promotion of the arts and the development of a strong and vital downtown Phoenix arts community.