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  • Harvey Relief Print: Now Available Exclusively to Charity Organizations We Will Rise Again (2017) is now available through the Print Donation Program.Attention non-profit and charitable organizations!The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts presents an exclusive fundraising opportunity to other...
  • Art Contest DEADLINE EXTENDED Art Contest DEADLINE EXTENDED!Theme:Monsters, Myths, and LegendsDeadline EXTENDED: January 26, 2018, 5:00 PMAwards: 15 finalists will share $45,000 in Scholarships!Learn more and enter the 2018 Art ContestSpecial Surprise...
  • Harvey Relief Art Supplies Bring Smiles and Creativity to Classrooms Executive Director Jacques Rodrigue shares the story of George Rodrigue's Blue Dog with students in Houston, TX.Yesterday, 1st grade art students at Buffalo Creek Elementary received a special visit from...
  • Help Us Spread Cheer & Creativity This Holiday Season! Please consider a year-end donation to the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts and help keep the arts in Louisiana's classrooms. Your contribution supports arts in education for Louisiana's students...
  • Great Holiday Gifts That Support Arts in Education Looking for a holiday gift that gives back? The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts has great options, from Blue Dog silkscreen prints to cookbooks illustrated by some of Louisiana's...

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    "The GFRA art contest has given me confidence that being an artist is possible in the economy we live in today. It also showed me that being an artist is not only a hobby, but it can also be a lifestyle. The award made me feel credible that masters of their craft would recognize my efforts."
    - Katie Kreuz