The Department of Cultural Services, in partnership with the Marin Cultural Association, the Marin Coalition for the Arts, and arts leaders from all over the County, is developing an arts and culture master plan for Marin.
The richness of Marin County’s creative sector is among the proudest elements of our communal identity. Arts, Culture, Action! will document, capitalize, support and enhance the county’s creative sector to maximize its benefits to all members of our community.
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From world-renowned musicians, to prolific fine artists and arts and crafts traditions, to cutting-edge film, performance and youth arts programs, Marin County has an incredible cultural history. Yet currently, our county’s vast cultural resources are diffuse and disconnected, functioning without a cohesive vision and the necessary supports to truly thrive.
We want to know what you value most about arts and culture in Marin, what you hope to see them become, and your ideas on how we can get there, together.
Artists, we want to know more about you and your contributions to the arts ecosystem of Marin, and we have a link just for you.
Mark your calendars for our Community Arts Planning Forums—Hosted in each supervisorial district by its County Supervisor. Show up and speak up for strong arts and culture goals—and bring your friends and neighbors!
Supervisor Kate Sears, District 3, Tuesday, October 9, 6-7:30pm Mill Valley Community Center, Cascade Room -180 Camino Alto Mill Valley
Supervisor Judy Arnold, District 5, Wednesday October 10, 6-7:30pm, Novato Unified School District Office - Room 107 - 1015 Seventh St. Novato.
Supervisor Katie Rice, District 2, Thursday, October 11, 6-7:30pm Marin Art and Garden Center - 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Ross
Supervisor Dennis Rodoni, District 4, Friday, October 12, 6-7:30pm, The Dance Palace - 503 B St. Point Reyes Station.
Supervisor Damon Connolly, District 1, Saturday, October 13, 1-2:30pm, Youth in Arts - 917 C St. San Rafael