April 5-9, 2021
The National Arts Action Summit is a multi-day event giving grassroots advocates crucial advocacy training from experts in the field and then put that training into practice during Arts Advocacy Week (April 12-16) in meetings with elected officials. Hosted by Americans for the Arts in collaboration with dozens of national, state, and local organizational Partners, the National Arts Action Summit and Arts Advocacy Week is the largest gathering of its kind, bringing together a broad cross section of America's cultural and civic organizations.
This website includes extensive information about advocating for the arts, the impact of the arts in Arizona, the importance of arts education for Arizona’s children and more.
A publication of the Arizona Commission on the Arts designed to help artists, arts organizations and schools effectively communicate the value of their work and the importance of public funding for the arts with elected officials, community leaders, parents, donors, school board members and the public. Can be downloaded for free. Print copies are also available from the Commission.
The American Association of Museum's Advocacy webpages includes advocacy alerts, policy issues and how to "advocate from anywhere".
Americans for the Arts serves, advances and leads the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America.
The NHA advocates for the humanities on the national, state, and local levels. Member organizations receive legislative updates, advocacy training, and key information on the impact of humanities funding. These resources allow them to mobilize their constituencies to become effective advocates.
National Humanities Alliance Advocacy Guide
Identifies goals for meetings and ways to prepare in advance, tips on what to expect when meeting with representatives, senators, and their staff members, and offers suggestions for following up and building long-term relationships.