The Arts Council is pleased to announce the publication of its Annual Report for 2016-2017, which details many of the organization’s activities and programs. The 20-page booklet highlights the Arts Council’s programs and accomplishments for the period July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017.

A big highlight of the year was the four-day traiing for artists on uranium mining on Navajo lands. The project, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, culminated in the major art exhibition, Hope and Trauma in a Poisoned Land, open August through September 2017.

The report also covers the year’s art exhibitions, grant recipients, youth programs (with Youth Lens prize winners), Viola Award winners, sponsors & supporters, board & staff, financial report and a vision of what is in store for the future.

Download and read the 2016-17 Annual Report for the Flagstaff Arts Council >

An independent auditor conducted a complete audit of the Arts Council’s finances for the year as well. The auditor’s report, which shows financial reports for the year, is available for download.

NightVisions celebrated the beauty of the night sky and Flagstaff’s dark skies in FY17