Arts & Advocacy Community Conversation in Austin
PAA is hitting the road in 2015!
In conjunction with its spring board of directors meeting, The Performing Arts Alliance is coming to Austin, TX and invites you to join us for an evening of sharing and listening. PAA will share information about federal policies and activities impacting the arts and listen and learn from artists and arts organizations in the Austin and San Antonio regions about the matters—social, economic, political, etc.—affecting their careers and work.
Date: Thursday, April 16
Location: Long Center for the Performing Arts, Kodosky Lounge; 701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704
We hope this gathering can help connect local and federal policies, artists and organizations across disciplines and perspectives, and encourage relationship and network-building to support our common goals in arts and advocacy.
The event is co-hosted by Ballet Austin and NALAC and co-sponsored by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin.
February 2015 Advocacy Report
Hot off the presses: the PAA February Advocacy Report is here!
Read on for updates on performing arts wireless technology, the IRA Rollover, upcoming PAA events, and more.
The 114th Congress: A New Capitol Hill for the Arts
|I Voted! by Vox Efx, Flickr Creative Commons
The results of the 2014 mid-term elections—Republican
control of the Senate, fewer Democratic seats the House—will bring new faces to
Capitol Hill and to some of your districts and states.
With new policymakers headed into office, this is an
opportune moment to educate them about the role and value of the arts in
America. As soon as possible, make your voice heard and tell your lawmakers how
your arts organization is making an impact where you live.
PAA looks forward to building relationships on Capitol Hill with new members of the 114th Congress, and we have tools and information to help arts advocates and organizations do the same with their new leaders.
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