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Inland Empire's Guide to Arts & CultureMonday Feb 20, 2017Inland Empire Weather

    Partners

    Partnerships are key to Riverside Arts Council's efforts to effectively connect residents and visitors to arts and culture, and InlandArts.com is one of our major services in accomplishing that goal. Below are the major partners whose investment helps make InlandArts.com possible.

    Major Partners

    Riverside Arts Council

    The Arts Council became a non-profit organization in 1978 to better serve the growing needs for arts services and programs in the City and County of Riverside. In 1981, the Arts Council became the designated County partner of the California Arts Council’s State-Local Partnership Program, and the central source for arts services, information, and advocacy throughout Riverside County.

    The James Irvine Foundation

    InlandArts.com is supported by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation.

    City of Riverside

    Officially established in 1883, the City of Riverside is increasingly recognized as the legal, financial, educational, and cultural leader in the Inland Empire.

    Riverside Downtown Partnership

    Riverside Downtown Partnership (RDP) is a not-for-profit organization that partners with the City of Riverside, Redevelopment Agency, other not-for-profit organizations, Downtown retailers, Downtown businesses and fellow Downtowners whose joint mission it is to promote and enhance the quality of life in Downtown Riverside.

    California Arts Council

    The California Arts Council was established in January 1976 to encourage artistic awareness, participation, and expression; to help independent local groups develop their own arts programs; to promote the employment of artists and those skilled in crafts in both the public and private sector; to provide for the exhibition of art works in public buildings throughout California; and to enlist the aid of all state agencies in the task of ensuring the fullest expression of our artistic potential.The California Arts Council was established in January 1976 to encourage artistic awareness, participation, and expression; to help independent local groups develop their own arts programs; to promote the employment of artists and those skilled in crafts in both the public and private sector; to provide for the exhibition of art works in public buildings throughout California; and to enlist the aid of all state agencies in the task of ensuring the fullest expression of our artistic potential.

    Press Enterprise

    The Press-Enterprise is the leading provider of news and information for Inland Southern California through newspaper and magazine publishing, printing, Internet and telephone information services. In 1998, The Press-Enterprise newspaper created a news and information Web site called Inland Empire Online. It quickly became the No. 1 online source of news and information for Inland Southern California. In 2001, Inland Empire Online became PE.com (www.pe.com).
     

    iHeart Media

    iHeartMedia and all of its 840 broadcast radio stations are dedicated to inspiring and creating positive change that improves the lives of others. The company’s community programs are built on the idea that through public awareness and education we can drive attention and action that directly addresses today’s most pressing issues. In 2014, iHeartMedia supported thousands of local and nonprofit organizations nationwide and raised hundreds of millions of dollars for critical issues both in the United States and globally.

    The mission of iHeartMedia Communities is to galvanize local radio and outdoor resources to educate and inspire residents to make a difference within their own communities.  Throughout the year, iHeartMedia radio stations and Clear Channel Outdoor regions work together to spotlight thousands of local and national nonprofits.