Hello!Thank you so much for your interest in our Americans for the Arts Member Exclusive Briefing about Arts, Jobs, and the Economy. If you missed the session, or want to listen again, it’s available on-demand on our website.
Narric W. Rome, Vice President of Government Affairs and Arts Education; Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research and Policy; and I discussed a couple of resources I wanted to share with you:
- The Americans for the Arts Arts Mobilization Center, which contains tools, resources, and information to help make your case for the arts and arts education, as well as ways you can take action,
- Our Statement on Arts, Jobs, and the Economy,
- Some information from the Bureau of Economic Analysis about Arts and Culture Growth and an upcoming report the will be released this week,
- Our Creative Industries Reports, which provide localized data about the impact nonprofit and for-profit arts have on your community,
- AEPIV, the previous version of our Arts and Economic Prosperity Study – AEP5 will be forthcoming this summer,
- A pARTnership Movement essay about the role of the arts in recruiting and retaining talent,
- The Conference Board’s Ready to Innovate report about the creative readiness of the U.S. workforce,
- And a Virtual Conversation on Cultural Tourism – Funding, Measurements, and Reasons.
That Virtual Conversation on Cultural Tourism – it is available to you for FREE as a member of Americans for the Arts.I hope to speak to you at our next Briefing this Wednesday at 3pm. Narric, Randy, and I will be speaking about Arts, Health, and the Affordable Care Act – register on our website, or let me know if you need direct dial-in access.Thanks again for being a part of the Americans for the Arts member network and our Member Briefing series. Your participation is invaluable to the work that we do.Sincerely,BridgetPS: Do you have colleagues that are interested in participating in our Member Briefings? They can become a member for as little as $30 to get FREE access to our Briefings – and the rest of ArtsU!Bridget Woodbury
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