Craig Fisher is a professional sculptor and photographer residing in Utah. As an artist, his unique background in the sciences and his acute observations of the natural world bring a fresh perspective to his work. He approaches his art with both an artists eye for narrative and a scientists eye for detail and accuracy. For him, art is a way to remind people of the natural beauties which surround us, especially those subtle beauties which we often forget to admire in our hurried lives.
His art can be found coast to coast across the United States. Internationally, he has sculptures in New Zealand and in Haiti.
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The Holladay Arts Council's mission is to provide activities and programs that will enrich the community through promotion of arts.
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Holladay Arts Council Grants Available
Artist of the Month
2017 Past Events
The Holladay Arts Council (HAC) has available $4,000 in one-time funding for Holladay arts organizations and artists, or non-profit/government/civic organizations like senior citizen centers, parent-teacher associations, schools, churches, etc. as long as they use funding for community-based art projects taking place within the City of Holladay. Two (2) grants will be awarded in the amount of $500 and two (2) grants will be awarded in the amount of $1,500.
The Holladay Arts Council funds are designated to: Promote community engagement through the arts, directly benefit Holladay artists and residents, and build partnerships between artists and local non-profit/civic organizations to address broad community needs with arts programs
Eligible projects include: visual art exhibits, concerts, cultural festivals, arts-in-education programs, readings, storytelling, theatrical performances, folk art projects, dance performances, film programs, workshops, or acquisition of materials and supplies that will facilitate art reaching a wider audience.
Funded activities must be accessible and open to the general public or specifically designed to reach underserved populations.
Grants must be submitted by Monday, December 4, 2017 at 5:00 p.m