State

Enacted FY 2017

Projected FY 2018

Change

Percent Change

AK 695,700 692,800 -2,900 -0.4%
AL 4,734,496 4,809,496 75,000 1.6%
AR 1,615,174 2,524,013 908,839 56.3%
AZ 1,500,000 1,500,000 0 0.0%
CA 17,642,000 18,369,000 727,000 4.1%
CO 2,000,000 2,000,000 0 0.0%
CT 4,237,573 5,123,087 885,514 20.9%
DC 22,044,411 20,076,238 -1,968,173 -8.9%
DE 3,407,323 3,218,500 -188,823 -5.5%
FL 28,062,575 32,073,830 4,011,255 14.3%
GA 1,016,499 1,111,501 95,002 9.3%
HI 5,866,722 6,623,524 756,802 12.9%
IA 1,192,188 1,217,188 25,000 2.1%
ID 782,900 810,500 27,600 3.5%
IL 0 10,901,720 N/A N/A
IN 3,323,048 4,000,000 676,952 20.4%
KS 188,604 188,604 0 0.0%
KY 2,796,200 2,640,700 -155,500 -5.6%
LA 1,900,000 2,123,083 223,083 11.7%
MA 14,299,000 13,950,699 -$348,301 -2.4%
MD 17,439,735 18,088,564 648,829 3.7%
ME 894,266 943,342 49,076 5.5%
MI 9,000,000 10,000,000 1,000,000 11.1%
MN 37,902,640 35,068,760 -2,833,880 -7.5%
MO 6,761,700 11,800,000 5,038,300 74.5%
MS 1,683,328 1,594,718 -88,610 -5.3%
MT 536,991 519,343 -17,648 -3.3%
NC 8,888,047 7,377,787 -1,510,260 -17.0%
ND 798,213 782,438 -15,775 -2.0%
NE 1,561,484 1,531,270 -30,214 -1.9%
NH 310,174 405,780 95,606 30.8%
NJ 16,405,000 16,405,000 0 0.0%
NM 1,315,300 1,315,300 0 0.0%
NV 1,953,506 1,800,416 -153,090 -7.8%
NY 40,535,220 41,015,000 479,780 1.2%
OH 14,722,050 14,527,800 -194,250 -1.3%
OK 2,917,725 2,795,181 -122,544 -4.2%
OR 2,101,050 1,869,530 -231,520 -11.0%
PA 9,590,000 9,590,000 0 0.0%
RI 2,920,068 2,290,856 -629,212 -21.5%
SC 3,508,041 3,358,041 -150,000 -4.3%
SD 845,635 941,705 96,070 11.4%
TN 7,059,700 7,059,000 0 0.0%
TX 5,237,039 5,237,039 0 0.0%
UT 3,258,200 3,158,200 -100,000 -3.1%
VA 3,448,846 3,433,554 -15,292 -0.4%
VT 675,307 675,307 0 0.0%
WA 1,166,000 1,642,000 476,000 40.8%
WI 811,600 787,100 -24,500 -3.0%
WV 864,575 931,264 66,689 7.7%
WY 1,038,987 1,038,988 1 0.0%

 

News
Apr 17, 2018

The state’s final approved budget includes a record funding level of $22.7 million for the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC). In his FY 2019 budget proposal, Governor Larry Hogan recommended an increase of $21.7 million for the arts.

Apr 12, 2018

Called "Tennessee: State of the Arts," the program is an unprecedented public-private partnership to provide school districts statewide the opportunity to apply for funding to improve or develop their music education programs for the 2018-19 school year. 

Apr 06, 2018

More than 28 states have adopted new arts education standards since 2014. The NCCAS report includes a comprehensive list of states that have revised their arts standards and an up-to-date status of other states that are currently working on standards revision.