Currently items as the following are referenced in end-of-year reports and elsewhere: Euphrat Board information, partnerships with cities, Euphrat exhibitions at Sunnyvale Creative Arts Center Gallery and at city and corporate locations, fundraisers and campaigns, years as part of the Regional Cultural Center with Flint Center for the Performing Arts and the California History Center, multiple expansion and architectural plans over the years.
Community collaboration and partnership began with a simple statement in an early fundraising brochure: ‘Have you seen yourself in art lately?’
Several other early brochures and mailers called attention to art ideas and to Euphrat’s precarious existence.
Early Euphrat board event activity included numerous benefits for the Euphrat. A 1988 benefit and art display featured a presentation by artist and arts advocate Ruth Tunstall Grant. A 1992 board benefit for art and education honored noted artist/educator Ruth Asawa and local unsung heroes in art education.