On Tuesday, August 30, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) released new research on how Americans participate in the arts. The new research comes in the form of two “arts data profiles,” NEA collections of statistics, graphics, and summary results from data-mining about the arts.
Every two years, the Joint Arts Education Conference brings together Arizona’s teaching artists, educators, arts administrators and arts education advocates to explore key areas and trends in education and the significant role arts educators play in the academic, social and personal success of students.
Over the past few weeks, Arizona nonprofit arts organizations have been letting Arizona know how they feel about this year’s additional investment in the arts, sharing photos and animated gifs on social media with the hashtag #azartsyay. Below, we’ve compiled some of our favorites.
In September 2016 the Arizona Commission on the Arts and VSA Arizona will present a pair of webinars on ADA compliance for nonprofit arts organizations. With sessions designed for both those who are just getting started and those who are ready to move beyond mere compliance, all nonprofit arts organizations are encouraged to participate.