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May 2014
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Executive Director's Column
Do Not Privatize Federal Cultural Agencies
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
Legislative Update
NASAA Testimony; Chu Nomination
State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Research on Demand
Ask NASAA!
More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
NASAA Resources

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Executive Director's Column
Do Not Privatize Federal Cultural Agencies
Jonathan Katz

A House budget resolution suggesting privatization of the National Endowment for the Arts and other cultural agencies would be detrimental to the public. Here's why . . . Read more

Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • NASAA Report to Councils, April 2014
  • Be Informed, Be Heard, Belong
  • Tennessee, Ohio, New Jersey Students Earn Top Prizes at Poetry Out Loud
  • New NEA Arts Data Profile: Artists with Dual Careers
  • 2014 State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey Results
  • Evaluation of Prison Arts Pilot Program
  • A Policy Agenda for Creative Youth Development
  • The Economic Impact of After-School Arts Programs
  • Collective Impact Resource Clearinghouse
  • Center for the Future of Museums: TrendsWatch 2014
  • Arts, Health and Well-being: Six Case Studies
  • National Cooperative Extension System in the 21st Century
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Legislative Update
NASAA Testimony; Chu Nomination
Isaac Brown

Last month, NASAA submitted testimony to Congress on the fiscal year 2015 budget for the National Endowment for the Arts . . . The nomination process for the next NEA chair is moving forward . . . Read more

State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch

Iowa's 2014 Cultural Caucuses. . . Summer Youth Employment in the Arts Program in Illinois . . . Maryland asks: O Say Can You Sing? . . . Read more

Research on Demand
Ask NASAA!
Ryan Stubbs

NASAA's information services are at members' fingertipsas this compilation demonstrates . . . Read more

More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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