Sum'Arts for Kids is here! Sign up today!
Register for classes by stopping in or calling the Arts Council office (486-5291)
Or register online here: www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html
Or through the "Get Tickets" tab on our facebook page: www.facebook.com/kodiakartscouncil
Need tution assistance for your child? Download the Grant Application here.
Register soon! Classes for Pre-K thru 12th grade start June 3rd!
2013 Arts Scholarship Program
The 2013 Kodiak Arts Council Scholarship program application period is now open. The purpose of the scholarship program is to further individual growth in the arts. Scholarship funds may be used for a variety of artistic pursuits, including but not limited to: attending workshops, camps or seminars, purchasing supplies or tools for an artistic endeavor, or class tuition. Individuals of all ages, and from all Kodiak Island communities, are encouraged to apply.
Kodiak Public Library Second Round Arts RFP
Opportunity for Artists!
CITY OF KODIAK
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The City of Kodiak is seeking Request For Proposals (RFP) for the New Kodiak Public Library PN 12-02-Public Art Procurement. RFP's will be received by the City of Kodiak at the office of the City Manager, 710 Mill Bay Road, Room 219, Kodiak, Alaska 99615 until 4:30 p.m. Alaska Time on Friday, April 12, 2013.
RFP Documents may be examined at the Engineering Department, 2410 Mill Bay Road, Kodiak, Alaska (907) 486-8065 or at the Kodiak Arts Council Office located within the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium adjacent to Kodiak High School on Rezanof Drive, Kodiak Alaska (907) 486-5291.
Potential proposers must register to view and download RFP documents online at http://www.city.kodiak.ak.us/ENG/Pages/BidProjects.aspx. In addition to the City Engineering Department, the Kodiak Arts Council is also available to assist potential proposers with registering, viewing and downloading RFP documents from City website.
The City of Kodiak reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any and all proposals.
Minority/Women's Business Enterprise participation is encouraged.
The Kodiak Arts Council serves the Kodiak Area Community as a leader and representative in matters that affect the arts. Our goals are to provide and support quality programs in diverse art forms; increase revenues and maintain financial stability while keeping programs affordable; support arts education in our schools and community;actively advocate for the arts at the community, state and federal levels; and encourage individual involvement in the arts.
Kodiak Arts Council
PO Box 1792,
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
907-486-5291 -or- E-mail Us!