Arts Advocacy Workshop Initiative Launches

Arts Advocacy Workshop Initiative Launches

Thu, 10/07/2010 (All day)

Arts for LA has launched a free Advocacy Workshop Initiative for community members in the City of Los Angeles, Pasadena and Long Beach. This interactive workshop series is designed for local stakeholders.

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Arts Advocacy Toolkit


What Can I Do Today as an Arts Advocate?

Looking for something you can do right now to impact arts and culture and arts education in your community?  Start with our list of simple, proactive advocacy actions.


Why Students need Arts Education

A wealth of reasons why arts education benefits students, businesses, and society.




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Arts & Culture Policy Framework for Los Angeles County, 2013-2015

Arts & Culture Policy Framework for Los Angeles County, 2013-2015

Our Mission:
Arts for LA fosters a healthy environment in which arts and culture in the region may thrive and be accessible to all in Los Angeles.
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Charting the Course for the Arts in Los Angeles, 2013-2015

Arts for LA developed the Policy Framework as a tool to build awareness, increase empowerment and enable quick action as issues arise.

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The Arts in Crisis: Los Angeles 

Timothy & Michael

Advocacy Day Recap!

Arts Advocacy DayOnce again, Americans for the Arts' Advocacy Day was a resounding success. Advocates from across the country made the trip to our nation's capital to visit with our federal legislators and advocate for arts and arts education legislation. The two-day whirlwind included an inspiring Nancy Hanks lecture with jazz great Winston Marsalis and the Congressional Arts Breakfast, which featured remarks by key legislators as well as artists Linda Ronstadt and Josh Grobin.

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Bergamot Station Report-Out


SMMUSD School Board Upholds District's Core Values