The Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to offering a wide range of arts and cultural activities to enrich the lives of its residents and visitors. We invite you to enjoy our public art tours, concerts and movies in the park, visit our historic park, and much more.
"OPEN AIR" Arts Evening on May 14
The Arts & Cultural Commission will present this event from 6-9 pm at the Courtyard in Heritage Park. Free to the public. Live music by CCSO String Trio. Wearable Wings and Kinetic Car Sculpture exhibit by TAMU-CC. Hosted by KEDT. Food trucks on site. For more information, send email to Shelly Rios at ShellyR@cctexas.com. ► POSTER ► Read News Release for more details.
Non-profit 501c(3) or tax-exempt organizations that provide arts programs and activities within the City of Corpus Christi are invited to apply for an Arts Grant. Funding for this is provided by Hotel- Occupancy Taxes and must be used in accordance with the Hotel Occupancy Tax Texas Tax Code Chapter 351 to directly promote tourism and the convention and hotel industry and promote the arts. The Arts Grant program runs from January 1 to December 31. Applications and Grant Workshops are available during the fall.
The Arts & Cultural Commission is made up of nine Commissioners appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council, recommends the use, location, donation or purchase, conservation and promotion of works of art to be considered a part of the City’s Public Art Collection. The Commission also oversees the Arts Grant Program and provides opportunities for local arts organizations to recognize arts volunteers at an annual Arts Forum.
SERVE OUR CITY: The City of Corpus Christi Arts & Cultural Commission is comprised of citizens who provide guidance and advice on the Public Art Program, the Public Art Collection, and the Arts Grants. We invite interested individuals to serve on this committee. For more information, contact Shelly Rios, Arts & Culture Management Assistant, at (361) 826-3489 or ShellyR@cctexas.com. Apply online.