Have you ever wondered how the Arts Grants Program in Frisco works? Are you unclear of the process and Frisco Arts’ role? View this 3-minute video shown at the City Council meeting on Tuesday September 5th to learn more.
In honor of National Arts in Education Week on
Sep. 10th-16th, Frisco Arts will offer ALL arts teachers (FISD, private lesson teachers, and more) a FREE annual membership to Frisco
Arts, a $30 value! We celebrate your commitment to training the next generation of future creatives, and we are here to support you in your important role as an
Our pARTy with Mayor Cheney is SOLD OUT!! Over 100 people have RSVP’d to attend the Art en Blanc exhibition at The Gallery 8680, located near Fire Safety Town. Parking can be found in the back of the building. Please remember the $20 suggested donation at the door to support our first local art gallery in Downtown Frisco. See you Thursday, dressed in white to celebrate Art en Blanc by our talented local artists!
Decorate a bookmark to celebrate Frisco and the Frisco Public Library. Winners will receive a prize and their bookmarks will be reproduced and distributed. Entry forms available beginning September 8 at the Library and online here. Submit entries at the Library by October 8.
It’s Frisco’s FIRST Multicultural Festival! Presented by Global Village Frisco, this event is FREE and FUN for the entire family! Visit 70 interactive cultural booths (including crafts), a diverse variety of foods, cultural performances, bounce houses and much more! You are welcome to attend in native attire. Join us to celebrate the beautiful diversity of Multicultural Frisco!
Frisco Improv Players is an improvisational comedy troupe that specializes in game-based comedic performances, similar to those seen on the syndicated television show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Their fast-paced, interactive improv is popular with all age groups and family friendly!
Now is your chance to come out to hear the Frisco High School 2017-18 Marching Band at their Annual March-A-Thon Fundraising Parade! They’ll play through Frisco Square’s Simpson Plaza and end with a Mini Concert at City Hall. The Band will then continue their March-A-Thon for 2017 in the neighborhoods of Heritage Green, Cheyenne Crossing, Starwood and the Bright Elem area. You DO NOT want to miss this opportunity to see and HEAR the Fightin’ Raccoon Marching Band !! GO BAND!