SNAP's arts highlights
The 2020 City of Scottsdale Arts and Culture Covid-19 Relief Grant funding
Additional Funding provided through the Arizona Commission on the Arts.
The 2020 Federal CARES Act Funds provided relief to state arts organizations and gratefully also to SNAP.
SNAP thanks our financially supportive corporate partners: eTruism & More Than Modeling
Thanks for supporting SNAP.
SNAP is closed due to Arizona’s COVID-19 increased transmission rate. We always aim to be part of the solution, rather than the problem, and are wishing all our Arts Lovers a joyous and safe new year with heartfelt hopes to see you on our welcoming campus very soon, experiencing, expressing and exploring the arts.
It is with an open heart we look forward to seeing you all once again dancing, acting and enjoying creating your art on our campus. At present the church property is still closed.
Scottsdale Neighborhood Arts Place – “SNAP” is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts entity located on the campus of Scottsdale Congregational United Church of Christ in Scottsdale, Arizona. SNAP provides space for people of all ages to explore, express, and experience their own creativity. Founded in 2007 by Rev. Katharine Harts, Lisa Sampson, Jill Marderness, Carrie Abts and Dan Loven, non-profit status was achieved in July of 2009. Currently, four dedicated Directors manage SNAP.
Our Arts Programming:
Contact SNAP for hourly rentals of teaching & rehearsal space
Support our mission and make a difference, please volunteer!
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You may also support SNAP through the Compass for your Cause program offered at any BBVA Compass Bank branch.
When you open a new account at Compass, please use Affinity Code 90921 and SNAP will receive a $50 contribution from BBVA Compass for your Cause!
Questions may be directed to Mike Vanek, Sr. Business Relationship Manager at the Scottsdale and Osborn BBVA Compass branch, ph 480-783-6823.
SNAP thanks you and BBVA Compass for your support!
"I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the Heart's affections and the truth of the Imagination."-Keats