The Tacoma Arts Commission and its staff play a vital role in supporting Tacoma's arts and cultural programs. They encourage the development of the local arts community through the administration of arts and cultural funding programs, managing the City's public art collection, and producing a variety of public programs that enhance and contribute to Tacoma's local economy.
For more information and a full list of opportunities visit cityoftacoma.org/artsopps.
Are you a professional artist that lives in Tacoma and/or has a working studio in Tacoma? Help us advance the visibility of the arts in Tacoma by applying to participate in our 17th annual Tacoma Studio Tour! The Tacoma Studio Tour is an exciting way to open your studio to the public, give demonstrations of how you make your work, or host a hands-on activity for the community.
See more information and a full call to artists at www.cityoftacoma.org/artsopps.
- You must live within the City of Tacoma limits and/or your working studio must be located within the City of Tacoma limits
- You must provide a demonstration of your art form and/or provide a hands-on activity for attendees.
- You must actively promote the Studio Tour to your own contacts (the Tacoma Arts Commission will provide some electronic publicity materials that you are encouraged to use).
If you would like to be a guest at another studio, the above guidelines still apply. A studio is defined as a location where artwork is created on a consistent basis.
People who are members of historically disenfranchised racial, ethnic, cultural, and other identity groups are strongly encouraged to apply.