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There is greater strength in numbers. Strategic partnerships are crucial to Americans for the Arts because they champion an idea that is central to our day-to-day work: the arts are a vital tool—a “secret weapon”—that can address wide-ranging challenges across sectors and from every corner of our country.

Together, we can strengthen arts in the economy, in schools, in communities, in the military, in our healthcare system, and more. Our list of partners is as extensive as our scope of work. Learn more about Americans for the Arts’ strategic partnerships.

National Arts Awards
Celebrating outstanding leadership in the arts, arts education and philanthropy

BCA 10 Awards
Top businesses partnering with the arts in America

Policy Roundtables
Cross-sector forums imagining and strategizing the future of the arts

Artists Committee
Leading artists advocating on behalf of the arts

Regional Events
Special events to connect with other leaders in the arts community

Robert L. Lynch is the president and CEO of Americans for the Arts, the national organization dedicated to advancing the arts and arts education in people's lives, schools, and communities. Under his 25 years of leadership, the services and membership of Americans for the Arts has grown to more than 50 times its original size in 1985.

Read his latest news articles and ARTSBlog posts in our CEO’s Corner, and follow his travels and speaking engagements on Twitter and Instagram, #ArtsCEOLynch.

Our staff at Americans for the Arts are leaders in the arts industry. We are here for you, and available to serve as guest lecturers, keynotes, panelists, conveners, session leaders, reviewers, policy experts, and writers, wherever we’re needed.

Presentations can be targeted toward arts, government, business, education, or combined community audiences at the local, state, and national levels. We present research with key insights and put local results in a national context.

Visit the speakers bureau to learn more.

2014 National Arts Marketing Project Conference Livestream
Couldn't make it to the National Arts Marketing Project Conference this year?
Atlanta, November 7-10, 2014

We live streamed the following sessions that are available to view anytime through the Americans for the Arts YouTube channel:

November 8
Opening Keynote: Steve Stoute
Session: Culture Track

November 9
Lunch Keynote: Elizabeth Streb

November 10
Closing Keynote: Sha Hwang