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All the Plays of Charles Mee In Your Pocket

How many songs do you have in your iPod?  How about play scripts by contemporary American authors?  A few weeks ago playwright Charles Mee released his entire collection of plays as a free app for the iPhone/Pod/Pad. Using an app to pro...more

artists   Jun 10, 2010 • Views:8971 • Comments: 0


 

Beyond Economic Impact Studies

Economic impact studies can be an important tool for arts advocates and have been effective in convincing some policymakers and community members about the value of arts and culture as an industry and employer. However, after some 25 years ...more

advocacy   Nov 17, 2010 • Views:11602 • Comments: 0


 
 

Advocacy 101 for Individuals

Advocacy 101 for Individuals   You have the right—and the responsibility—to participate in the legislative process. NPAC hopes to empower arts supporters to become advocates for arts-friendly policies and more widespread support fo...more

advocacy   artists   Apr 26, 2010 • Views:6598 • Comments: 0


 

Advocacy Overview for Organizations

Your organization has the right—and the responsibility—to participate in the legislative process. And while a number of arts advocacy organizations are working on behalf of your organization, it is important for arts and culture organizat...more

advocacy   Apr 26, 2010 • Views:4646 • Comments: 0


 
 

State Arts Advocacy and Arts Education Web sites

Connect with Your State's Arts Advocacy Organizations and Initiatives     Alabama Alabama Alliance for Arts Education Alaska Alaska Arts Education Consortium Inc. Arizona Arizona Citizens/Action for t...more

advocacy   education   Apr 26, 2010 • Views:13788 • Comments: 0


 
 

British Artists Create Art to Protest Proposed Budget Cuts

As reported in Artinfo: "In response to the British government’s proposal to cut funding for the arts by 25 percent, British artists have taken not to the streets, but to their studios. Under the aegis of the Turning Point Network...more

advocacy   artists   Oct 27, 2010 • Views:7200 • Comments: 0


 

Smart Advocacy Move: Blue Star Museums Program

Performing arts organizations might be interested in an initiative launched by the National Endowment for the Arts that offers free admission to over 700 museums this summer. This goodwill gesture could be a smart advocacy move to reach out...more

advocacy   Jun 2, 2010 • Views:6425 • Comments: 0


 

Diversity Print and Online Resources

This resource list features books, magazines, and Web sites that can inspire and inform your diversity endeavors. These resources cover diversity and inclusion as it relates to arts, nonprofits, and/or corporations. Several of the books are on...more

diversity   Jun 1, 2010 • Views:3780 • Comments: 0


 
 

Invitation to the Party

Invitation to the Party Building Bridges to the Arts, Culture and Community by Donna Walker-Kuhne Acknowledged as the nation’s foremost expert on audience development involving America’s growing multicultural population by the Arts ...more

diversity   education   Apr 27, 2010 • Views:4900 • Comments: 0


 
 

Where Are All the Black Swans?

May 6, 2007 by  GIA KOURLAS IN 1933 Lincoln Kirstein wrote a passionate 16-page letter to his friend A. Everett Austin Jr., the director of the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, introducing a man named George Balanchine and a dream: to rema...more

diversity   artists   Apr 27, 2010 • Views:8582 • Comments: 0