Arts Advocacy Curated Resources:
Arts Action Center - Find and contact your legislators and track key legislation on the arts and arts education.
Legislative Issue Center - The Latest Information About Legislation Affecting the Arts
State Arts Action Network—Learn more about the arts advocacy leaders in your state.
State Arts Appropriations– How much does your state budget for the arts?
View the 2021 National Arts Action Summit!
Upcoming Live Web Events
DIALogues | Move Up, Move Up! Navigating the Arts Field as Emerging LeadersIncludes a Live Web Event on 07/30/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
Earmarks Are Back! Understanding How “Member-Directed Spending” Can Serve the ArtsIncludes a Live Web Event on 08/04/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
ARTS ADVOCACY CHAMPION CHECKLIST
Time to lace up your boots and champion the arts and arts education effectively to both sides of the aisle.
Know Your Facts
The Congressional Arts Handbook is compiled annually to support the work of participants at Arts Advocacy Day, organized by Americans for the Arts and cosponsored by more than 85 national organizations, representing thousands of arts, culture, business, civic, and education organizations and individuals nationwide. Within this handbook, you will find a plethora of resources including facts, figures, related legislation, research, talking points, and more to help inform you on the major policy issues we are working to positively impact.
Creative Industries: Business & Employment in the Arts reports provide a research-based approach to understanding the scope and economic importance of the arts in America.
Arts & Economic Prosperity IV. Every day, more than 100,000 nonprofit arts and culture organizations act as economic drivers - creating an industry that supports jobs, generates government revenue, and is the cornerstone of our tourism industry. This study documents the key role played by the nonprofit arts and culture industry, and their audiences, in strengthening our nation’s economy.
Public Opinion Poll: Arts Education & Government Arts Funding. Americans for the Arts, with the help of Ipsos Public Affairs, surveyed 3,020 American adults in December 2015 on topics such as support for arts education and government arts funding, personal engagement in the arts, the personal benefits and well-being that come from engaging in the arts, and if/how those benefits extend more broadly to the community.
Know Your Advocacy Story
Making the Case from the Arts Education Navigator E-book Series (page 28 onward)
Why our Schools Need the Arts – Jessica Hoffman Davis (see page 99)
Arts Advocacy Best Practices with Senator Stan Rosenberg (ArtsU Webinar series)
Know How to Continue Your Advocacy at Home
Mobilizing Support from the Arts Education Navigator E-book Series (page 20 onward)
2020 Profile of Local Arts Agencies: Pandemic EditionRecorded On: 06/17/2021
Read & Explore
From Americans for the Arts
From the Natl' Arts Admin Publications Database
Outside Resource Centers
New & Upcoming Anytime Learning
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