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July 2013
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Executive Director's Column
The Tripping Point for the Arts in Education
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
Legislative Update
Despite Stalled Congress, Measures Important to Arts Community Advance
State to State
Showcasing State Arts Agency Ingenuity
Research on Demand
State Arts Agency FY2014 Legislative Appropriations Preview
More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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Executive Director's Column
The Tripping Point for the Arts in Education
Jonathan Katz

Arts learning is at a "tripping point" and must right now be a top priority of policy development and advocacy at every level of decision making . . . Read more

Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • The Campaign for NASAA: Double Your Gift!
  • Open Dialogue 2013 to Focus on People, Places and Policy
  • VSA Seeks Proposals in Seven Program Areas
  • NEA Statistical Data on Artist Occupations
  • Four Philanthropy Reports
  • Leveraging Intermediary Support in Grant Making
  • Guide for Ending Philanthropic Relationships
  • Deciphering Non-Defense Discretionary Spending
  • Supplemental Funding Mechanisms in the News
  • How Anecdotes Can Influence Policy Making
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Legislative Update
Despite Stalled Congress, Measures Important to Arts Community Advance
Isaac Brown

Although the 113th Congress was unable to reach a compromise over sequestration and continued to fight over fiscal policy, the Senate did pass two bills that are meaningful to artists and arts organizations . . . Read more

State to State
Showcasing State Arts Agency Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch

Iowa's Job Creation grants . . . Kentucky Community Scholars program . . . Creative Communities Initiative in Louisiana . . . Read more

Research on Demand
State Arts Agency FY2014 Legislative Appropriations Preview
Ryan Stubbs

This just-released report provides a forecast of state government funding for the arts in the year ahead, and includes state-by-state per capita rankings, comparisons with FY2013 and trends over time . . . .  Read more

More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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