The arts have the power to change the lives of individuals, families, groups, and communities. RAC believes that when artists work in partnership with other members of the community, people are more creatively empowered and their communities are more vibrant, resourceful, and resilient.
Capacity Building: St. Louis
This free, two-year teaching and mentoring program provides arts management training and implementation support to local arts and cultural organizations.
Gyo Obata Fellowship
The Gyo Obata Fellowship is a program for our arts organizations to serve as host for future arts administrators.
Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute
The Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute is an innovative program centered on the belief that art has the power to be an agent for positive social change.
InSITE STL invites artists to share and develop ideas for site-specific, temporary public artworks that they would like to create in the Downtown St. Louis core.