0

In Partnership, We Succeed

 

The City of Riverside

COMMUNITY PArtner

The City of Riverside is committed to many opportunities for residents, visitors, artists and organizations to share in our city's cultural expression through the arts.

The City provides support and creates local, regional and national partnerships with Riverside arts and cultural institutions, the Smithsonian Institution, and others.

We are guided by our mission which is to champion and advance Riverside as The City of Arts & Innovation in the broadest economic and social context possible.

Together we all work to provide access to the diversity of art and culture in Riverside!

 
 
 
 
 

The City of Riverside Parks and Recreation

CommUNITY PartNER

The City of Riverside Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department provides innovative recreational experiences and social enrichment opportunities and continues to address the changing needs for people of all ages and cultures, in a variety of safe and attractive parks, landscapes and facilities.

 
 
 

The Harmony Project

AffiliATe

The Harmony Project and Riverside Arts Academy, offered by the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, are now partners and extend its mission to as many children as possible.

The Harmony Project is a California non-profit corporation, whose mission is (a) To promote the healthy growth and development of children through the study, practice and performance of music; (b) To build healthier
communities by investing in the positive development of children through music and; (c) To develop children as musical ambassadors of peace, hope, and understanding amongst people of diverse cultures, backgrounds,
and beliefs.

 
 

Our Partners Shared Vision:

COMMITMENT – positively develop students from elementary school through high school graduation.

COMMUNITY – work to build a community of supportive families and community partnerships to further the Riverside Arts Academy.

COLLABORATION – foster collaboration among students, teachers, student mentors, staff, community partners, funders, sponsors, and the Board to accomplish more by working together rather than separately.

RESPECT – respect one another as students, parents, teachers, mentors, staff, community partners, funders, sponsors, and Directors.

RESPONSIBILITY – take responsibility for their own acts and failures to act and for the success of their students and programs; as students, as families, as teachers, as staff, and as Board members.

INTEGRITY – work to promote the integrity of its personnel, students, and program.

SUSTAINABILITY – work to sustain its ability to promote the development and health of its students and its communities in the future.

2015 School of the Arts162.JPG

ASSEMBLYMAN JOSE MEDINA STATEMENT

RAA Community Board

 

Musical Director

Alpin Hong

Executive Committee

Collette Lee, President
Ofelia Valdez-Yeager, Vice President
Lauren Lee, Treasurer
Scott Bauer, Secretary

Community Board


Tina Covington          Antonio Garcia          Miguel Lujano          Beth Schwandt
Stephen Crane          Ken Guttierrez           Diana Medina           Patricia Solano
Adolfo Cruz               Annemarie Guzy        Dawn Pia                  Elizabeth Stralka
Letty Diaz                  Vickie Haner              Stephen Posegate    Anthony Zamora
Chief Sergio Diaz      La Wayne Hearn        Elvin Rodriguez        
Freya Foley               DawnEllen Jacobs     Sid Salazar

Ex- Oficio

Councilman Andy Melendrez
Councilman Jim Perry

Educational Partners

Alvord Unified School District
California Baptist University
La Sierra University
Riverside City College
Riverside Unified School District
University of California, Riverside