The Arts Integration Institute is a professional development program for teams composed of classroom and arts teachers from Wake County elementary schools.
Eleanor Oakley, President and CEO of United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, released a statement in support of HB 13.
The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County is proud to co-sponsor the 2017 Pieces of Gold, a night of music, song and dance performed by 900 talented Wake County students representing 30 elementary, middle and high schools.
Local artists interested in applying for up to $1,500 in grant money are invited to apply for a Professional Development Grant for Artists.
Building on its successful Artist Directory for schools, United Arts has curated a list of arts programming for adults aimed specifically at businesses and organizations.
The latest Creative Vitality Index for Wake County was 1.00 (where the national baseline score is 1.00).