Feb 18, 2022
10 smiling, diverse faces make up the cover image of the report

A new report by The Conference Board and Americans for the Arts finds that companies that are continuing to fund the arts are increasingly partnering with arts organizations to address social challenges, including racism and other forms of inequality.

Feb 15, 2022
National Arts Action Summit logo

Arts advocates from across the United States will gather virtually March 28-30, 2022, for the National Arts Action Summit, now in its 35th consecutive year. This year, for the first time, there will be no registration fee to attend the National Arts Action Summit for both individuals and partner organizations.

Feb 14, 2022
A dark red, fluted glass bowl with black and beige streaks going horizontally through the exterior center, sitting atop a black marble base

Americans for the Arts is now accepting nominations for the Public Leadership in the Arts Awards. These annual awards honor elected officials for their consistent and outstanding support and promotion of the arts as key to advancing equity, uniting communities, preserving culture, and boosting the economy.

Feb 07, 2022
Photo of a brightly painted mural on the side of a municipal parking garage. Text reads “Jorge and Darlene Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design” with logos for The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation and Americans for the Arts.

The goal of the prize is to celebrate one unique civic design professional at the mid-career level for their locally implemented contributions that support community development through the integration of art and artists into the built environment. The selected individual will receive $30,000 to further their work plus professional development and engagement opportunities throughout the year.

Feb 02, 2022
Cover of Federal Resource Guide #1, Community Development

The free digital guides provide details on arts-related funding in grant topic areas covering community development, economic development, rural development, environment, national service, and congressional earmarks.

Jan 27, 2022
Americans for the Arts logo

Americans for the Arts’ 2022 Annual Convention will take place May 18-20, 2022, in Washington, D.C. The event will be simplified, shorter, and more accessible, and the public may participate in a more open and equitable session submission process through Feb. 15, 2022.

Jan 25, 2022
Text graphic that reads "Arts & Cultural Equity Studio Mid-Career Leaders Collection, a professional development collection for mid-career leaders interested in advancing in the arts management field. 2/11, 2/18, 2/25 @ 3pm ET. Access online at ArtsU.AmericansForTheArts.org/ACES"

A new collection of webinar sessions designed for mid-career arts and culture professionals will dive deep into equitable leadership and power sharing structures and support arts administrators from backgrounds underrepresented in arts leadership to help advance their leadership journeys.