Monthly Archive: September 2021

First Friday celebrates its 19th anniversary in downtown Las Vegas

The streets of downtown Las Vegas will fill with art, culture and people this Friday, just as they have once a month for nearly two decades.

First Friday celebrates its 19th anniversary this week. The monthly Arts District event draws thousands out for a night of food and drink and a chance to check out local artists, entertainers and performers. Its community and economic impact are vital to a recovering city, said Corey Fagan, the executive director of the nonprofit First Friday Foundation that puts on the monthly festival.

“Art has that special ability to break down any barriers and

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San Diego seeking applicants for arts and culture activity funding –

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SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego released guidelines Tuesday for two funding opportunities to support arts and culture activities, programming and projects taking place between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023.

Guidelines for the funding opportunities can be found at sandiego.gov/arts-culture/funding. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31.

“The city’s funding program helps to cultivate a dynamic, diverse, and inclusive arts and cultural ecosystem,” said Jonathon Glus, executive director of the city’s Commission for Arts and Culture. “Through investment in local organizations and the creative workforce they employ, we advance San Diego’s economy and strengthen the arts, cultural

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Jordan’s Jerash Festival for Culture and Arts kicked off with grand opening ceremony

After the harrowing pandemic pause, the famous Jerash Festival for Culture and Arts is back in Jordan as the 35th edition kicks off in the region. The event commenced on Wednesday in the ancient city of Jerash, 45km north of Jordan’s capital Amman.

With the commencement of the event, Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Bisher Al Khasawneh lit the torch of the festival, announcing the launch of the activities.

Minister of Culture Ali Al Ayed was also present during the opening ceremony who shared his joy on the return of the event and said that the Jerash Festival is

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