RACSTL Launches 50/50 Raffle - Tickets for the First Raffle on Sale Now!

RACSTL’s new 50/50 raffle series helps raise money to support local artists, arts programs and arts organizations! The grand prize winner of the first raffle will receive 50% of the total pot.

The Arts are Big Business in St. Louis

The arts and culture sector contributes jobs, produces economic activity, and attracts tourists to St. Louis every year.

When You Support the Arts,
You Support St. Louis

Please consider helping bolster our local arts and culture sector through a donation to the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis. Your gift will help fund our various grants and program for artists.

St. Louis is an Arts Town.

Explore all the ways you can bring the arts into your life in St. Louis.

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The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RACSTL) Virtual Town Hall Recording

Watch the recording of our virtual town hall for a comprehensive update on RACSTL happenings and exciting things on the horizon.

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Win Money, Evolution VIP Tickets with New RACSTL 50/50 Raffle

RACSTL is excited to launch a new initiative this summer to raise money to support local artists, arts programs, and arts organizations—the RACSTL 50/50 Raffle! The raffle is a fun, engaging way for people to help RACSTL raise money and win money at the same time.

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Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis invests $10.6 million in federal funding to spur economic recovery and tourism in St. Louis

As seen in the St. Louis Business Journal recently, the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis, in partnership with the city’s Community Development Authority (CDA), created the ARPA for the arts grants program to deliver the $10.6 million in federal funds.

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Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis Distributes More Than $3 Million in American Rescue Plan Act Funding to St. Louis Artists and Arts Organizations

RACSTL awarded more than $3 million to 166 local artists and 54 arts organizations as part of the ARPA for the Arts program, designed to address lost revenue during the pandemic.