Art and cultural programs and events enrich our lives with sights and sounds that urge us to explore our creativity and enlighten our minds.
Click here for more information about ARTS (A Reason to Survive) who are currently located in National City.
Application Form- English Application Form- Spanish
1st Quarter Workshop Schedule- English 1st Quarter Workshop Schedule- Spanish
Butterfly Park- Art Workshops: Butterfly Park- Community Workshop-English
Butterfly Park- COmmunity Workshop- Spanish
The City of National City is dedicated to improve the quality of life of all its residents by increasing public art throughout the City. The City has established a Public Art Committee that reviews art projects and make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council.
The City currently offers five historical sites that are available for tours. The Stein Family Farm, Granger Music Hall, the Kimball House Museum, and the National City Train Depot are all historical landmarks in National City. The City also offers two cultural facilities that will open in the future. Currently the National City Arts Center houses A Reason to Survive (ARTS) (PDF) who provide free arts programming for residents. The Playhouse on the Plaza is currently being planned for future renovation to offer “theatre in the round” for the residents of National City.
City Hall, 1243 National City Blvd, National City, California 91950 | Phone: (619) 336-4241 Fax: (619) 336-4239