Sonoran Arts League, Inc.

Be A Part Of The Arts

aka Sonoran Arts League   |   Cave Creek, AZ   |  www.SonoranArtsLeague.org

Mission

To give to our community by promoting art, artists, and art education through leadership and service in the belief that an artistic awareness is essential to the well-being of life and our community.

Ruling year info

1996

Executive Director

Warren Davis

Main address

7100 E Cave Creek Rd Suite 144

Cave Creek, AZ 85331 USA

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EIN

86-0805268

NTEE code info

Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose (A20)

Visual Arts Organizations (A40)

Arts Service Activities/Organizations (A90)

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Our programs

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Youth Art & Education Program

The Sonoran Arts League is committed to advancing art and art education, with a special focus on mentoring youth with the belief that arts training helps develop the abilities to focus and strengthens cognitive skills in young people. The Sonoran Arts League fosters artistic growth in the following ways:

- Scholarship Awards
- Free Youth Art Education Workshops
- Incentive Awards - art supplies and awards for students
- Summer Art Camps
- Student Art mentoring and art edcuation

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adolescents

The Sonoran Arts League is proud to offer a FREE Veteran Art Program to our military community, both active and retired. The Veteran Art Committee oversees all programs offered to our veterans: from free art classes to special events, exhibits, public murals, and art shows.

The FREE Veteran Art Program bridges the United States Armed Forces and the arts communities by bringing the arts and art education to veterans and military free of charge.

Population(s) Served
Veterans
Adults

The program offers high quality art activities, education and programs for a broad spectrum of constituents.

Notable programs impacting target groups include:

Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour, our signature event that offers opportunity for the public to learn about artists’ techniques from 199 artists at 47 Host Studio
venues

Empty Bowls Project, benefiting the Foothills Food Bank in support of World Hunger Day

Youth scholarships for graduating high school Seniors and summer scholarships for youth art camps; art events, mentoring and workshops for the youth

Art in Public Places, bringing free art events and exhibits to the general public (in partnerships with local towns and municipalities - and libraries)

The Gallery at el Pedregal, providing opportunity for member artists to exhibit, workshops, demonstrate, network and sell their artwork

Veteran Art Program, free art classes and exhibits for military veterans; and art classes and seminars for community members.

The Sonoran Arts League Center for the Arts, located in Stagecoach Village in Cave Creek, provides an identifiable creative destination venue for a wide variety of art activities, allows for expansion of programs and free art workshops, free meeting space, attracts more participation from constituent groups, increases opportunities for partnerships with business and community organizations, and demonstrates our commitment to artists, art education and the art community.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Families

Where we work

Awards

Certified Service Enterprise 2019

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Sonoran Arts League, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 1/16/2022
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Board chair

James Bruce

Patricia Isaacson

Jane Boggs

William Goren

Sarah Byrne

James Bruce

Patrick O'Grady

Carole Perry

Nancy Breiman

Linda Lindus

Joanie Wolter

Robin Ray

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