Revised Measure P guidelines that would boost potential grants for ‘entry level’ arts organizations face key Monday evening vote
The city's Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission need to approve the guidelines before they go on to final City Council approval.
Measure P update: City manager sees a role for Fresno Arts Council in grants process. A Friday meeting may help establish what that role is.
Georgeann White, Lilia Gonzáles Chávez and parks officials will hash out the role of the arts council in the Measure P process.
‘P’ is for passed: With a favorable court ruling, things in Fresno are looking up for 2018’s Measure P
An appellate court rules that a two-thirds majority wasn't required for the citizen initiative to pass. Measure P could funnel more than $4 million annually to arts and cultural groups…
wenty years ago, Renee Newlove saw a production of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” on a high school trip to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. It changed her life. “I realized while…
Directed by Brad Myers, this new streaming production reimagines the Bard from a GLBTQ and non-binary perspective. Just two performances remain.
n a pleasantly warm evening a few weeks ago, when most everyone else at the Big Fresno Fair was riding rides and ingesting fried everything, three women were on the…
As revised Measure P Cultural Arts Plan heads toward final consideration, Fresno Arts Council reclaims its seat at the funding table
In a rejection of a recommendation by outside consultants, there will be no arts division within the Parks Department making Measure P decisions.