Americans for the Arts News - 2014
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Americans for the Arts is partnering again with Destination Marketing Association International (DMAI), a professional organization representing destination marketing organizations and convention and visitor bureaus worldwide.
Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, announced the recipients of the 2014 Americans for the Arts Annual Local Arts Leadership Awards.
Arts Advocacy Day 2014 on March 24-25 brought together 500 arts advocates from 45 states to Washington, D.C., last month for National Arts Advocacy Day, which is organized by Americans for the Arts and cosponsored by more than 85 national organizations. In a time where the arts are currently facing many challenges and there are many voices competing for the same pool of money on Capitol Hill, the timing of this event couldn't have been better.
Americans for the Arts and the Business Committee for the Arts (BCA) Executive Board are pleased to announce this year's BCA Leadership Award and Hall of Fame honorees.
Marete Wester, Senior Director of Arts Policy at Americans for the Arts, took part in the Global Alliance for Arts & Health’s conference in Houston, April 9-12. The Global Alliance, a long-time partner with Americans for the Arts, celebrated the 25th Anniversary of its founding with more than 300 of its worldwide members including professionals, students and organizations in the arts, humanities and medicine.
On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, Americans for the Arts President & CEO, Robert Lynch, was re-appointed by Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker to serve a second two-year term on the U.S. Travel & Tourism Advisory Board.
Strategizing for the future of arts marketing and audience engagement is a continuous quest. This year’s NAMP Conference, November 7-10 will show you how to gain a competitive edge by proving the tools and solutions relevant for every marketer’s future. As we look ahead, which strategies, success stories, and tactics are changing the game for arts organizations across the nation?
The NABE Foundation, the charitable arm of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE), and Americans for the Arts jointly announced that Yili Zhou has won the 6th annual NABE Foundation Americans for the Arts Scholarship Award. Zhou was presented with the scholarship on Monday, February 24during a luncheon at the NABE Economic Policy Conference in Arlington, VA.