Published: Published: September 18th, 2018

Share YOUR perspective on the Arts Ed Landscape!

Help Us Build an Arts Education Advocacy Network

Please complete this short survey!

Your input is vital. Arizona Citizens for the Arts, with the assistance of a collaborative of arts education stakeholders, is developing an arts education advocacy network to guide and provide support for policy initiatives and strategies to increase access and availability of arts education in K-12 schools and adequate resources for arts educators in our community. Email For more information about the Arts Education Advocacy Effort, email




Ayúdanos a construir una red de apoyo para la educación artística

Spanish survey.

Tu opinión es vital. Arizona Citizens for the Arts, con la ayuda de la colaboración de educadores de las artes, esta desarrollando una red de apoyo para guiar y brindar apoyo a iniciativas estratégicas para aumentar el acceso y la disponibilidad de la educación artística, así también como recursos adecuados para los maestros en las escuelas K-12 en nuestra comunidad. Para más información acerca del programa de apoyo a la educación artística, envíe un correo electrónico a [email protected]. Para más información acerca de Arizona Citizens for the Arts, visite www.azcitizensforthearts.org.

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Published: Published: April 9th, 2018

Report! The Arts and Dropout Prevention


Hello ArtsEd Stakeholders!

As we continue to share the success of our programs and the positive effects the arts have on the development of our students, here is an interesting report to add to your Advocacy Tool-kit!

The Arts and Dropout Prevention: The Power of Art to Engage was released in October 2017. This is on my reading list, but I have heard WONDERFUL things!


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Published: Published: March 13th, 2018

TODAY! National Arts Advocacy Day!

Today is Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. More than 650 arts advocates are visiting their Senators and Representatives in Congress on Capitol Hill.
You can join your voice with theirs by sending a message now to your Arizona members of Congress. Let them know how important it is to you and other Arizonans that Congress and the President continue to fund important arts and culture agencies like the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Visit the Action Center for the Americans for the Arts Action Fund and send your message today.

Keep up with other issues important to arts and culture supporters by visiting Americans for the Arts Mobilization Center.

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