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... The Santa Barbara County Arts Commission is the official Santa Barbara County, California, USA arts council ... Formed in 1977, the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission is a 15 member County Commission appointed by the County Board of Supervisors, with three members from each of the five supervisorial districts who ... The Santa Barbara County Arts Commission serves as an umbrella for county arts projects, assists communities in raising funds for art programs and provides technical assistance and coordination to arts ...
... California Arts Council (CAC) Alameda County Alameda County Arts Commission City of Alameda Alameda Arts Council (AAC) Amador County Amador County ...
... The Plumas County Arts Commission (Plumas Arts) is the official Plumas County, California, USA arts council ... Mission statement "Plumas Arts cultivates a community in which the arts flourish." Goals To introduce, promote and support the arts ... To present the arts as a vital economic and tourism industry resource ...
... The LA County Arts Commission was established in 1947 with the desire to support art programs and presentations in the county ... The Los Angeles County Arts Commission is the official Los Angeles County, USA arts council ... In the first two decades of its inception the LA County Arts Commission primarily funded professional and community music groups such as orchestras ...
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