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.

Explore Public Art in St. Louis

Creativity thrives in St. Louis. Sculptures, murals, fountains, mosaics and memorials are part of the fabric of the streets and parks of our region.

Apply for a Grant

Grantmaking has always been the cornerstone of our work. Since 1985, our top priority has been supporting artists and arts organizations in our community – awarding more than 7,000 grants worth more than $100 million.
For Artists
If you’re an artist in the region, learn more about grants, opportunities and resources.

For Organizations
Are you one of the region’s many nonprofit arts organizations? Learn more about grants, programs and resources to specifically benefit groups like yours.

For the STL Community
Bring the arts into your life. Check out events, our public art directory and more.
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Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis Awards $1.15 million in Grants to Local Artists and Arts Programs

For the first time in nearly two years, the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis is proud to announce more than $1.15 million in new grant funding for local artists and arts programming across the region. More than 90 arts programs and 85 individual artists will receive direct financial support in 2022.

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Counterpublic 2023 Makes Major Artist Announcement

Counterpublic 2023 brings together thirty-plus leading and emergent artists, architects, collectives and community organizers to reimagine civic infrastructures towards generational change. The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis is proud to be a major sponsor of the exhibition.

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Host Organizations and Participants Announced for Gyo Obata Fellowship

This summer, 10 area college students will embark on a unique journey through the Gyo Obata Fellowship Program – a chance to learn about arts administration through a local arts nonprofit.

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