Central School Project is a cooperatively-run non-profit community arts center located in the heart of the Bisbee, Arizona Historic District. While you are here, you can sign up for our mailing list , read the latest newsletter, check out upcoming events and learn about who we are and what we are doing!
CSP is also home to KBRP, Bisbee's community radio station. KBRP is dedicated to bringing culturally enriching programming to the Bisbee area. Visit them at http://www.kbrpradio.com/.
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2015 Events, Artist Opportunities & Announcements
Bisbee Biennial Show Runs September 11- September 27th on weekends.
This event allows for a great mix of work in all mediums and,in the spirit of Central School Project’s Open Show that was a tradition here for years, this is unfettered by a curatorial presence. Opening reception on September 11th. Show Runs September 11- September 27th on weekends.
CALL TO ARTISTS - ALTER WORKS - Dia de los Muertos
PLEASE CONTACT CSPmuertos@gmail.com for submission guidelines and entry form. Deadline is August 31st, 2015
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation Partners to Preserve Bisbee’s Central School
The Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation awarded Central School Project $100,000 in grant funding to aid in the rehabilitation of the 105 year old building. This award will be distributed over three years. In making this long-term commitment, CSP can leverage additional federal funding which requires an equal match.
Bisbee’s Central School is a prominent landmark and cultural feature of the Bisbee Historic District. Built in 1905, Central School stood as a symbol of the bustling mining town’s commitment to its bright future. As Bisbee has transformed into an artistic hub in the Southwest, the school, serving as a visual arts center, remains an emblem of its community’s future.