Your Jazz Fest Dollars At Work 2

Community Partnership Grants

We've awarded nearly $500,000 in grant funding to a total of 207 recipients. See all the details at www.communitypartnershipgrants.org
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Community Partnership Grants

Putting Arts Back Into New Orleans Schools

The Kennedy Center has selected New Orleans as the 16th city in which to develop a strategic plan for K-8 arts education, thanks to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the City of New Orleans, KID smART and other organizations.
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Putting Arts Back Into New Orleans Schools

Calling La. Artists

We're looking for artwork from Louisiana artists to fill our new building, the George and Joyce Wein Jazz & Heritage Center. Apply before Oct. 10 for us to buy your work or commission a new piece.
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Calling La. Artists

Crescent City Blues & BBQ

Los Lobos, Bobby Rush, Ana Popovic, Denise LaSalle, Valerie June, Joe Louis Walker, Mel Waiters and many others for the 9th annual Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival, Oct. 17-19 at Lafayette Square.
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Crescent City Blues & BBQ

Archive Fellowship Program

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Archive is offering up to three fellowships to support researchers who want to either use our archival materials or contribute to them.
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Archive Fellowship Program

Moving Heritage Forward Campaign

Brand new playlist with Walter "Wolfman"Washington at @BluesandBBQFest Oct 18 ow.ly/BxCzH & more info here walterwolfmanwashington.com

Follow us on Twitter at @jazznheritage.

Downloads: Applications, Forms & More

When the Fest is over, our work is just beginning.

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation is the nonprofit that owns the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell. We use the proceeds from Jazz Fest, and other funds, for year-round programs to support our music and culture.

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation, Inc.