The Okaloosa Arts Alliance (OAA) announces its new Board of Directors for 2014-2015. The Executive Board of Directors are: President-Keri Woods with Pyramid Inc., Vice President- Ken Hair with Children in Crisis , Treasurer-Susan Kneller, Chair of the OAA Grants Committee, and Secretary-Becky Belcher with the Arts and Design Society. The Board of Directors are: Nellie Bogar with the Youth Village, Demetrius Fuller with Sinfonia Gulf Coast, Ursel Behnken with the German Club, Delores Merrill with the Mattie Kelly Arts Center of NWFL State College and NWFL Symphony Guild, Chris Manson with the Beachcomber, Jean Starkey with Stage Crafters, Gayle Vann, Events Chair, Bill Head, Volunteer Chair, Ann Abell with The Painting Vine, James K Baughman, Sr, Author, Pat Federinko, Artist, and Bill Johnston with the Emerald Coast Pipes & Drums.
The Okaloosa Arts Alliance will be giving $4000 in grants to local non-profits and schools within Okaloosa County to aid in their art and/or cultural programs for 2015. Grant applications are due Dec 15, 2014 and winners will be notified on Jan 9, 2015. For questions or comments, please email Amy at email@example.com.
Emerald Coast Concert Association Donates $12,000 to the Okaloosa Arts Alliance
The Okaloosa Arts Alliance (OAA) recently received a generous donation over $12,000 from the Emerald Coast Concert Association to support the Okaloosa Arts Alliance’s grant fund and events hosted by the Okaloosa Arts Alliance. The OAA will be awarding grants in January from the generous donation. Grant applications will be available to all non-profit organizations and schools in Okaloosa County starting in November
with the grant application deadline being Dec 15, 2014. The Emerald Coast Concert Association has brought many wonderful concerts to
Okaloosa County over the past 50 years. The Okaloosa Arts Alliance greatly appreciates the Emerald Coast Concert Association generous donation that will enable other arts organizations and the OAA to host and promote arts and cultural events in Okaloosa County.
FOUR REASONS TO GET YOUR FL ARTS TAG TODAY:
1. The money received through the tag program in Okaloosa County is used to give out grants to arts organizations, schools, and individual artists in Okaloosa County.
2. Each OAA member will receive a 10% discount at OAA events each year they renew their arts tag.
3. You can easily renew your specialty tag each year online.
4. The FL Art Tag looks great and shows that you support the Arts
The money received through the tag program in Okaloosa County is used to give out grants to arts organizations, schools, and individual artists in Okaloosa County. For more information on the "State of the Arts" tag go to http://florida-arts.com/getinvolved/artsplate/