• BCA10 Awards Showcase pARTnerships (from The pARTnership Movement)
    When business supports the arts, everyone profits. I had the honor of serving as a judge for The BCA 10 awards this year and found tangible evidence that this is true. The annual awards recognize 10 U.S. companies for their exceptional commitment to the arts. We evaluated nominees from across America—from small mom and pop […]
  • ‘Art for the Public Good’: Theme of the Fine Arts Deans Conference
    The International Council of Fine Arts Deans‘ (ICFAD) meeting in Minneapolis (October 24–27) for their annual conference talked about “Art as a Public Good”—meeting the demands for creativity and innovation, and serving the communities they represent, socially and economically. Nurturing the talented performer, musician, or sculptor is of utmost importance to the fine arts deans […]
  • Americans for the Arts & Arts Action Fund Statement on the 2012 Elections
    On behalf of Americans for the Arts and the Arts Action Fund, I wish to congratulate President Barack Obama and all of the national, state, and local elected leaders across the country who won their elections last night. White House President Obama will now have the opportunity to fully realize his vision for the arts […]
  • The Arts Aren’t Red or Blue
    Every four years America gets another chance to make its voice heard. And every four years the American arts community, in a way, gets a bit of a fiscal makeover. How is that? Well, it has to do with how the nonprofit arts in America are funded and how policy affects those funding sources. And […]
  • An Overwhelming Win for Arts Education in Oregon
    Thanks to the amazing work of advocates like the Creative Advocacy Network and others supporting measure 26-146 in Portland, OR, arts education funding will get a big boost from a $35 per person flat tax to pay for arts and music teachers in the city’s elementary schools as well as grants to local arts organizations. […]

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