Can you remember a time when we’ve needed the arts more? As we struggle each day with the pandemic and fight harder for racial equity, the arts are there to support us. The arts are working overtime in every community, household, and family, doing what they do best: connecting us, giving us needed moments of joy, and most of all creating hope.
Why I Am A Member of Americans for the Arts
As the Artistic & Executive Director of SAY Sí, an award-winning creative youth development program for students in San Antonio, TX, I work collaboratively with a committed team to change young lives through art. At first glance, it would seem like we are simply teaching our students how to make art. But upon further inspection you'll see that we're working with our youth to develop skills in thinking and leading creatively.
Join Americans for the Arts and peers in the arts marketing field for the 2020 National Arts Marketing Project Conference, going virtual Dec. 7 and 8. From changes in consumer behavior to addressing bias in your content, from new pricing strategies to targeting audiences and much more, explore with us the road ahead for arts marketing in 2021 and beyond.
We're hearing from many in the arts field about growing concerns over Coronavirus Disease 2019. We're working to understand the long-term effect on arts and culture activities while tracking local arts response to the virus. Read on for tools you can use to plan and prepare, prevention best practices, and more.
Thank you for your interest in Americans for the Arts services!
If at any point you experience difficulties in using this form, please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail or by phone at 202.371.2830.
Governor Rick of Michigan, accepts his Public Leadership in the Arts, Governor Arts Leadership award at the US Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting in on January 24, 2014.
Randy Cohen expands on the idea of event-related audience spending as revealed in AEP IV. (1:03)
Community, history, and race come to the forefront in this story about the development and unveiling of a monument celebrating civil rights activist and community leader Maggie L. Walker in Richmond, Virginia. The monument, in the works for almost 20 years with efforts lead by community and political leaders is a true testament to the power of the arts bringing communities together.
What can the arts, our country’s military, and the healthcare sector learn from each other? The Americans for the Arts Google hangout addressed how these different sectors are partnering to innovate.
Learn what's just over the horizon in the world of arts marketing at our 2014 National Arts Marketing Project Conference!
Speaking on the importance of art in cultural diplomacy.
Randy Cohen welcomes you to the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV web pages and walks you through the resources. (1:44)
Americans for the Arts is thrilled to be co-hosting the 2014 NAMP Conference in conjunction with our local host, The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA).
Happy New Year from all of us to our members, partners, and supporters of the arts! We enjoyed working with you in 2014, and we're looking forward to a engaging, creative, productive 2015 in partnership with all of you!
This video takes a look at the 2012 BCA award honorees as they discuss the importance of their businesses partnering with the arts.