NEWSLETTER: NASAA Notes, November 2017

The latest news, bright ideas and recommended resources 
for and about state arts agencies
November 2017
From the President and CEO
Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at NASAA and at SAAs
Pam Breaux 
Learn what NASAA has done to advance diversity, equity and inclusion over the past two years ...
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Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • 25 for 25—Double Your Impact on State Arts Agencies
  • Second Lady Focuses on Art Therapy
  • The Socioemotional Benefits of the Arts
  • Advancing Student Success through the Arts
  • Staying Engaged: Health Patterns of Older Americans Who Engage in the Arts
  • Analyzing the Work of NEA Folk and Traditional Arts Partnership Grantees
  • Transportation and Creative Placemaking: A Field Scan
  • How Distance Affects Arts Participation
  • Culture Track Survey 2017
  • Ken Skrzesz Joins Maryland State Arts Council as ED
  • Chris Cathers Is Acting Executive Director in Kentucky
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Legislative Update
Legislative Update
Appropriations Process in Holding Pattern, Tax Reform on Agenda
Isaac Brown
Work in Congress on appropriations is taking a back seat to work on tax reform. Here's where arts issues fit into the picture ...
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State to State
Sate to State
Showcasing State Arts Agency Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch
Research on Demand
State Arts Agency Support for Folk Arts
Patricia Mullaney-Loss
A new interactive NASAA resource shows how state arts agency grants support folks arts programs throughout the country ...
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More Notes from NASAA
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