FACTS & FIGURES TO MAKE YOUR CASE
Data is the Key to Being a Successful Arts Advocate
2022 Advocacy Issue Briefs
The following advocacy documents were presented at the 2022 National Arts Action Summit sessions
FY 2023 APPROPRIATIONS 'ASKS'
The “Facts & Figures” E-book contains a fresh set of national advocacy one-pagers.
Key State-by-State Fact Sheets
The Arts Action Fund has created a factsheet for each state, full of data and examples about why the arts matter.
Click Here to find out more about why the arts matter in your state!
Key Congressional Committees for Arts Policy
FIND OUT IF YOUR LEGISLATOR SERVES ON ONE OF THESE COMMITTEES THAT IMPACTS THE ARTS
117th Congressional Information
These committees have jurisdiction over the amount of funding provided to the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
These committees have jurisdiction over the amount of funding provided to the Office of Museum Services, the U.S. Department of Education (arts education programs), Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Corporation for National and Community Service.
These committees have jurisdiction over education policy (including arts education programs) at the U.S. Department of Education.
These Small Business Committees have jurisdiction over the agencies that support federal small business programs.
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