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  • Making the Arts in Rural Oregon Their Business (from The pARTnership Movement)
    In 2002, jobs were scarce in rural, isolated Baker City, OR, population 10,000. My husband and I decided to dedicate ourselves to growing our 20-year-old company, Chaves Consulting, Inc. from providing two jobs to creating 100 with a complete package of benefits. At about the same time, another vision was being created by the Crossroads […]
  • Getting to Know Our Staff: Ten Questions with…Hannah Jacobson
    We recently launched a new series on ARTSblog that spotlights the staff at Americans for the Arts that I call “Ten Questions with…”, in which I will ask everyone the same questions and see where it takes us. Last time I interviewed myself as a test case and this time I have turned to Hannah […]
  • Public Art Year in Review Spotlight – “From Here to There: High Trestle Trail Bridge” in Madrid, IA
    Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network Year in Review program is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Up to 50 projects are selected annually through an open-call application process and selected by two to three jurors. The projects are available on CD-Rom in our bookstore and include a PowerPoint, data […]

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