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.
Mayor Bowser’s FY16 Budget Proposal for the Arts and Humanities
Advocates: Two weeks ago Mayor Bowser submitted her budget proposal to the DC City Council. ...
Calculating the Creative Economy
The Americans for the Arts recently released their new state by state analysis, showing that in ...
Fellowship Opportunities at Advocacy Day 2015
Are you taking the next steps in your professional career, and interested in learning more ...
Arts Advocacy Day April 25th
The Arts Appropriation
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