Free- and reduced-ticket fund puts the arts within reach across the North Bay

LBC and our donors recognize that too many people in the North Bay do not have access to the Arts. In effect, it does a disserve both to the individuals who are shut out as well as to the whole community, which counts on the arts to invigorate and elevate the quality of life here. Through the generosity of the Finely Foundation, we established the Evert Person’s ArtReach Fund, a scholarship program to connect more of our community through the arts across schools, homes, and stages.

LBC’s public ArtReach fund provides free and reduced-cost tickets to public schools, social services organizations, and nonprofits for the benefit of their cause. Our school-based ArtReach fund establishes scholarships and residencies to put tickets directly into the hands of professionals and groups whose members cannot afford them, such as schools, teachers, and teaching artists.

Since the beginning of the 2021/22 school year, the Evert Person’s ArtReach fund has given more than $33,500 in opportunities to more than 55 schools across Sonoma, Lake, Marin, Mendocino and Napa counties. As a result, some 7,000 students have had the chance to attend our school performances, countless artists are teaching in classrooms, and educators are advancing their skills to integrate the arts into their teaching.

To learn more about ArtReach and/or to apply for a scholarship, view the scholarship section at the bottom of To offer your support, visit LBC Arts and Education Fund under the “Support Us” tab on our website.

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