Arts Advocacy Day
Funding for the Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Why is the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) important, and what do they fund?
Why Arts Education?
With behavioral problems, obesity, and declining test scores, why should the DC Public Schools invest in Arts Education?
What happens when a gallery goes bankrupt? Do artists lose their consigned work?
What is National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs funding?
NCACA has been a critical support to the largest DC arts organizations for two decades.
Problems in the Mayor’s FY15 Budget Proposal
Experienced advocates for the arts will remember that within last year’s budget, Ward 2 ...
Letter from Ed Lazere about Finance and Revenue Committee’s FY14 Arts proposal
Dear Arts Advocates, Robert Bettmann asked that I provide my analysis of the recent arts bill ...
Partner Statement on the Mayor’s FY 14 Arts Budget Proposal
The Mayor’s FY14 budget proposal includes a $6 million dollar year on year decrease in ...
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