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July 2014
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Executive Director's Column
Rescue Failing Arts Organizations?
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
Legislative Update
FY2015 Budget Progress in Congress
State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Research on Demand
How SAA and NEA Grants Overlap
More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
NASAA Resources

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Executive Director's Column
Rescue Failing Arts Organizations?
Jonathan Katz
NASAA's CEO outlines an approach to answer the question, Should we let arts organizations that don't adapt die? . . . Read more
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • NASAA Joins Colleagues at NEA Chair's First Public Meeting
  • State Arts Agency Legislative Appropriations Preview, FY2015
  • Register for NASAA Assembly 2014
  • NASAA CEO Receives AFTA Award
  • National Arts and Cultural Policy Agenda Revised
  • New Learning for All!
  • Regional Comparisons of Public Funding for the Arts
  • Capital Health in the Cultural Sector
  • The Future of Integrating Classroom and Museum-Based Learning
  • Guide to Measuring Social Impact
  • New Hampshire's Lynn Martin Graton Has Retired
  • Wyoming's Rita Basom to Retire August 1
  • Donna S. Collins to Head Ohio Arts Council
  • Beth Gigante Klingenstein Is Executive Director in North Dakota
  • Former Pennsylvania Executive Director Brian Rogers Is New ED in Oregon
  • New Director in New Hampshire: Virginia Lupi
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Legislative Update
FY2015 Budget Progress in Congress
Isaac Brown

Now that Dr. Jane Chu has begun her term as chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, all eyes are on completion of the fiscal year 2015 budgetbut congressional election campaigning may be an obstacle . . .  Read more

State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch

Cultural districts are a popular policy measure with state legislators, fostering both commerce and quality of life. Three states enacted creative district legislation in 2014: Colorado, Maryland and South Carolina . . . Read more

Research on Demand
How SAA and NEA Grants Overlap
Ryan Stubbs

Learn how state arts agency grants to artists and arts organizations overlap with support from the National Endowment for the Arts . . . Read more

More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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