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Americans for the Arts and the National Association of Counties (NACo), will present the 2016 Public Leadership in the Arts Award for County Arts Leadership to Dow Constantine of King County, Washington, on Sunday, July 24 at the NACo annual conference in Long Beach, California.
A good friend to Americans for the Arts, John Brademas served as a Board Member of the organization from 1982-1996 and was the keynote speaker at the 1991 Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy.
Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce the BCA Hall of Fame and BCA Leadership Award honorees for 2016. The awards are presented annually by the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA), a division of Americans for the Arts.
Americans for the Arts is proud to announce the sixth installment in The pARTnership Movement essay series: Say Thanks. The new release contains hard data, two notable case studies, and many reasons why the arts are a great way to show appreciation for your employees.
Americans for the Arts and the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA) announced today that Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds was awarded the Public Leadership in the Arts Award for State Arts Leadership at the NLGA’s Annual Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The annual award honors a public official who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in the advancement of the arts at the state level.
Best Practices for Public Art Projects includes the statements, a letter from Americans for the Arts President & CEO Robert L. Lynch, and presentation materials to assist public art professionals in introducing these practices to their communities.
Members of Americans for the Arts are invited to apply for several National scholarship opportunities to attend the 2016 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference from November 11-14 in Austin, TX.
We are pleased to announce that ArtsMemphis Community Engagement Fellowship of Memphis, TN is the inaugural honoree of the Robert E. Gard award.
Americans for the Arts President and CEO Robert Lynch recently joined the Foundation for Art and Healing (FAH) to celebrate the launch of The UnLoneliness Project, a signature initiative developed by FAH and designed to address the often overlooked but mounting problem of loneliness within society.
Americans for the Arts honored 38 outstanding public art projects created in 2015 at its Annual Convention in Boston through the Public Art Network Year in Review program.