Sharing Mexican Cultural Dance Opportunities is educating local school children about Mexican regional culture by performing dance programs at 8 local public schools and inviting interested students to join an introductory dance workshop or class.
Boys & Girls Clubs
Talent Club members enjoyed the Summer Performing Arts Workshop, where the Craterian Theater and Teen Musical Theater of Oregon led workshops focused on dance, acting, singing, and prop design.
The Conservatory is a four-week summer program with daily theatrical training open to youth ages 9-17, regardless of skill or ability to pay.
Scholarships for the Youth Access to Performing Arts project for families who have a child interested in the program but find the cost prohibitive
Gold Hill Community Development
Restore the ancient Takelma Salmon Ceremony at Ti’lomikh Falls on the Rogue River
Jackson County Library Foundation
Baby's First Book helps create lifelong readers and library users, almost from birth. Through this program, the Jackson County Library Foundation guarantees that nearly all of Jackson County’s new families will have at least one children’s book in their home.
Provide a high-quality Arts Immersion program and purchase Visual Arts supplies for student instruction
Modern Roots Foundation
Fund musical instruction to disadvantaged youth, aiding in after-school enrichment and a development of cultural diversity and community connection
Rogue World Music
Enhance cultural arts education for Central Point students through “The Magic Cape” and “Sing South Africa!” projects
Rogue Valley Chorale
Produce three concerts in collaboration with local school districts that include performances by children, for children
Rogue Valley Genealogical Society
Bring two professional genealogists to Jackson County to provide educational opportunities for the public interested in researching their family heritage
Rogue Valley Symphony
Support the May 19, 2018 Family Discovery Concert
Add culturally-specific, high quality titles to permanent reading collections
Southern Oregon Railway Historical Society
Provide the computers and monitors needed to run train simulations for children
Southern Oregon Repertory Singers
Support the Community Participation Program, which enhances access for Jackson County residents to the arts through the Musical Outreach Program, Free Lecture Program, and Outreach Program Voucher
Support the annual Student Showcase, which covers costs to produce two episodes that air for a full year
Hannon Library at SOU
Support the photography project Ashland in Translation: From Blue Collar to Cultural Icon, 1960-2000