About the National Arts Program

We are excited to announce the National arts Program is launching a new website. Please be patient with us for the next few hours during this transition while user access has been disabled. Don't worry all your great artwork will still be available in the new site!

Some of the great new features of the site include:

  • Overall enhanced user experience
  • More intuitive registration forms
  • More intuitive artist profile and artwork management features

Once the new site is live existing users will need to reset their password for security reasons. Once the new site is live check your email for the password message and follow the instructions in that email. If you don’t see the message, check your spam folder. You can always reset your password from the login screen as well.

About the National Arts Program

Showcasing the artist within

Every year, National Arts Program partners with more than 80+ venues in 37 states to create workplace exhibitions where the artistic expression of employees and their families are recognized. By supporting these venues with an online gallery, funding, guidance, cash prizes, and more, we are the ONLY national non profit that is dedicated to transforming people and places by showcasing individual creativity.

Creativity in exists in all of us, but how we express it is unique. When we have an opportunity to showcase our creativity, and that creativity is acknowledged, we feel pride, connection, and affirmation in ourselves and our talents. If you have 3,500 employees or more you are eligible to host a National Arts Program at your workplace. Please contact us via the Join the Program form and we will send you details under no obligation.

 

NOTE: Other than the awards and continuing art education scholarships associated with our program, it does not issue grants to nor does it give specific support to individual artists, or other art agencies, foundations, or programs. The National Arts Program Foundation reserves the right to publish for publicity purposes reproductions of artwork entries. The National Arts Program organizes public exhibits and photographing/filming the exhibits is encouraged.