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May is Mental Health Matters Month!

This May explore how arts affect health and well-being by sharing our Art Sparks Joy Campaign.

Music Sparks Joy

What is Art and Advocacy?

You can change and saves lives by being an Arts and Cultural Advocate in Amador County. When citizens connect, organize, and share, community growth and development happen.

Advocacy is at the cornerstone of AmadorArts work. As the designated local partner to the California Arts Council, AmadorArts understands how and why the arts are central to community growth, healing, and equity. We are here to implement state and federal art grant programs while holding advocacy central to the artistic and cultural process.

Rainbow Life

“Rainbow Life”, 16″x20″ Oil Painting (Framed), $150. Featured in the SAFE SPACE virtual Art Show, November 2020. SAFE SPACE is a celebration of Rural Queer Communities.

Advocacy Opportunitys

Get involved in the Amador Alliance for Arts Education to support sustainable arts education for all students in our public schools.

Join the Rural Advocates for Racial Equity focus group to discuss Racism as it uniquely manifests in our rural spaces.

Amador County has some of the highest Suicide and Self-harm rates in the state of California. Art helps our beings have, share, and move through all types of feelings that arise throughout life. Join us to be part of activating rural arts to help reduce Suicide and Self Harm. Suicide Prevention is everyone’s responsibility.

Other Resources:
California vs Hate a non-emergency hate incident and hate crime reporting system.

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