Explore a variety of art and culture resources to identify individuals, organizations, businesses, venues, and opportunities in the Coachella Valley and High Desert.
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Search nonprofit organizations and institutions, including museums, performing arts centers, and historical societies, film and television resources, as well as groups supporting the education and advancement of creative professionals in the California desert.
Modernism Week celebrates and fosters appreciation of midcentury architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields.
Palm Springs Modern Committee is dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of Desert Modern architecture and design.
Palm Springs Preservation Foundation promotes preservation of historical resources and architecture of the city of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley area.
Sunnylands Center & Gardens is a 200-acre estate run by The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands, a not-for-profit organization and Annenberg family trust.
Search for creative spaces available to visual and performing artists as well as special events.
Cathedral City public parks 10 parks with various amenities.
Coachella public parks 9 parks with various amenities.
Desert Hot Springs public parks 2 parks with various amenities.
Indio public parks 12 parks with various amenities.
La Quinta public parks 14 parks with various amenities.
Palm Desert public parks 12 parks with various amenities.
Palm Springs public parks 11 parks with various amenities.
Rancho Mirage public parks 6 parks with various amenities.
Palm Springs Stadium capacity: 5,185.
Eldorado Polo Club Indio, 100+ acres, 400 seat clubhouse.
Empire Polo Club Indio, 250 acres, various facilities.
Jackalope Ranch Indio, 6.5 acres with a 21,000 sq. ft. multifaceted lodge, restaurant.
Riverside County Fairgrounds Indio, 119,680 sq. ft., home to Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival.
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens Palm Desert, 1,200 acres, multiple venue spaces.
Indian Wells Tennis Garden Indian Wells, 24,100 seats in two stadiums, 29 tennis courts, restaurants and amenities.
Nationally Designated Properties Coachella Valley/High Desert, Event/special use permits for Forest Service-managed properties.
California Desert Arts Council offers its legal and tax-exempt status to groups engaged in activities that align with our mission. This enables programs and groups to pursue grant funding that would otherwise not qualify, and thus better serve your constituents, while expanding impact in our region. This typically involves a fee-based contractual arrangement between CDAC and your project.
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