In August 1933, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt issued an open invitation to the readers of a popular magazine:

“I want you to write to me.”

The letters she received in response–over 300,00 in the first year–offered invaluable and deeply personal insights into the lives of her fellow Americans.

In that spirit, I want to hear from you. What is something you would like me to know about yourself? What is working (or not!) in your community? Tell me about a place I need to see or a food I ought to try. What are your hopes for Arizona, our people, places, and shared spaces? What are your concerns?

You can use the form below to share a brief message, video, or photograph. Direct your note to me, specifically, or to the Arts Commission more generally. If you have a question, it will go to the staff member who can best answer it.

I look forward to hearing from you!