Month: March 2013

Ranch & Coast: Oscar Win Shines Light on ARTS

A 19-year-old named Inocente recently made movie history when she became the subject of a film that won the Oscar for best documentary short. The eponymous movie follows Inocente life on the streets of San Diego where she struggles to become a painter. For Inocente, who is almost always seen the film with her own […]

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The California Arts Council Agrees That the Oscar Validates the Impact of Our Programs For Youth!

According to the California Arts Council: So … when A Reason To Survive notes on its webpage that it “believes that the visual, performing and literary arts can literally transform lives – especially those of kids,”there’s now an Oscar-winning film to support that belief. Read the full story. We appreciate our partnership with the California […]

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California Arts Council: Arts Council Grantee Has Impact On Oscars

“Inocente” Won In The Short Documentary Category And Is The Story Of How The “A Reason to Survive” Arts Nonprofit Impacts Homeless Youth When the filmmaking team of Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine won the Oscar for documentary short with “Inocente” on February 24, 2013, they highlighted the enormous impact of a southern California arts […]

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