SJCA's weekly bulletin provides helpful resources, updates, and webinars from across the field. Read on for highlights and visit for details and additional  information.

Questions? SJCA's office is still remote, but we can always be reached by leaving a message at (609) 626-3630 or by email at

Join SJCA  on August 25th @ 1:00 pm for a chance to share in a conversation with your fellow South Jersey artists!

South Jersey Artist Conversations are open to artists and cultural community members of ALL creative backgrounds.

It's FREE and online using Zoom.

Did you miss an SJCA virtual event?

No problem! View all our past virtual SJCA programs on our YouTube channel.


So many opportunities! 

See the extensive list of Grants, Calls & Other Opportunities from the field on

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A recording of the webinar will be available @   

COVID-19 Relief Grant

More information about the New Jersey Community Stage Relief Grant Program and a sample application are available at  

To help potential applicants prepare to apply, the NJEDA is hosting an informational webinar about the program

August 11, 2021 @ 12:00 pm


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COVID-19 Relief Grant

The fourth cycle of CERF+’s COVID-19 Relief Grant will begin accepting applications on August 10 and will close on August 31, 2021.

Accepting applications Aug 10 - Aug 31, 2021

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Office Hours with Nina

Nina Ozlu Tunceli, Chief Counsel of Government and Public Affairs at Americans for the Arts and Executive Director of the Americans for the Arts Action Fund, is extending her weekly Zoom office hours. She will continue to help the arts community to navigate the complex web of federal funding opportunities, regulations, and deadlines related to current and upcoming COVID-19 economic federal aid programs.

Event Dates: Fridays from 11 AM - 12 PM through December 31st, 2021

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Visit to view the full list of webinars and other resources!

SJCA compiles relevant webinars & convenings from across the field into a central resource with easy access to learning opportunities.

(These are not SJCA hosted programs, please address any questions with the host of each individual webinar. ) 


The Basics of Intersectionality

August 16th

Learn how intersectionality generates an understanding that multiple social identities such as race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. intersect at the individual level resulting in the experience of privilege and/or oppression at the social-structural level.

5 Secrets of Email Marketing Geniuses


August 17th

Join Jay as he shares the secrets of email marketing geniuses, including: The 5 types of nonprofit emails. The anatomy of an email marketing campaign. 6 email marketing mistakes to avoid. 5 secrets of email marketing geniuses.


Workplace Mental Health: Is Your Nonprofit Ready for Post-Covid Challenges


August 19th

In this webinar, we will discuss how you and your organization can meet the post-COVID challenge by using your pandemic learnings to evaluate change and develop strategies to find a new path forward.


The New Jersey State Council on the Arts is pleased to announce that long-running television program State of the Arts has been nominated for two 2021 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards. The State Arts Council, encouraging excellence and public engagement in the arts since 1966, is proud to co-produce State of the Arts with Stockton University, in cooperation with PCK Media.

The 2021 nominations include Eric Schultz’s W. Carl Burger: A Painter’s Life and Susan Wallner’s Kea’s Ark. 

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A celebration of the Arts! It's a book signing, art show, band, dancers, singers, instrumentalist, spoken word, and Author's Q&A on "How to Write your Book".


Join SJCA at the 2021 Arts and Authors Extravaganza on August 22nd!


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2021 Atlantic City Latino Festival

                 September 25th, 2021 from 12PM- 8PM at Bader's Field

Come celebrate Hispanic Culture, Music and Art at this year’s Atlantic City Latino Festival. This music filled festival will feature live Latin music including bachata, bomba, cumbia, folkloric dancers, mariachi, merengue, salsa, reggaeton, hottest latino DJs, performances, Arts and Crafts vendors, activities for both adults and children, a variety of authentic Latin-American food vendors and refreshments, free health and wellness screenings, etc.


Seeking Arts Organizations of Color

for Research

Deadline: Friday, August 20th

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Join Givitas to connect with other professionals to exchange help, advice, and resources!

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Parent Artist Advocacy League for Arts + Media (PAAL) is a national community, resource hub, and solutions generator for individuals with caregiver responsibilities and institutions who strive to support them.

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A New View Camden Field Guide for Families

Explore the public art of A New View Camden through this guide, with activities for youth to complete for each of the 8 projects selected, created by SJCA Board Member and Associate Director/Education Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Noreen Scott Garrity  . A New View is a collaboration by the City of Camden, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, and Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Stockton University Performing Arts Center is seeking an Interim Associate Director

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South Jersey Cultural Alliance is seeking an Executive Director

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