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The development of strategic partnerships is one of the Arts Commission’s key objectives, as initiated in the 2008- 2013 Business Plan. Our work always involves working in concert with our City and County elected officials.

A partial list of our programmatic partnerships includes:

Arts and Business Council of Sacramento (FY2010)
Breathe California (FY2010)
California Rice Commission (FY2010)
California Waterfowl Association (FY2010)
Developmental Disabilities Service Organization (FY2010)
Ducks Unlimited (FY2010)
Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento (FY2010)
Center for Sacramento History (FY2010)
CADA Capitol Area Development Authority (FY2010)
CHOC: Community Housing Opportunities Corporation (FY2010)
Crocker Art Museum (FY2010)
Downtown Sacramento Partnership (FY2010)
For Arts' Sake (FY2010)
Nonprofit Resource Center (FY2010)
North Franklin Blvd. Business Association (FY2010)
Northern California Grantmakers in the Arts (FY2010)
Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau (FY2010)
Sacramento Convention Center (FY2010)
Sacramento International Airport (FY2010)
SLOAN (Sacramento Local Online Ad Network) (FY2010)
Sacramento News & Review (FY2010)
Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber (FY2010)
Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District (FY2010)
Sacramento Region Community Foundation (FY2010)
Sacramento Tree Foundation (FY2010)
Sacramento Unified School District (FY2010)
The Office of Council Member Sheedy (FY2010)
Congressman Mike Thompson (FY2010)
WEAVE (FY2010)
Yolo Arts (FY2010)
Yolo Basin Foundation (FY2010)

Photo of child using glue

Photo of child using glue

Photo of child using gluePhoto of painting by Alex Escalante, a woman sits at a cafe table with the shadow of a man in the foregroundStages Dancer Branna Rummery in a white and red dress balancing in a half-toe arabesqueBlues in the Schools youth participant playing the string bassGilbert, 'Magu' Lujan, 'Homie Walking The Dogs', 2000

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Two large birds flying off of the airport parking garage structure and the head of a third bird. The birds are made out of plexi-glass and steel.

Sacramento airport installation by artist Dennis Oppenheim