Americans for the Arts Annual Convention

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As we reemerge and rebuild from the pandemic, local and state arts leaders are examining and questioning their work and policies. The year ahead presents the opportunity and necessity for change as the arts and culture sector grapples with a legacy of inequity, organizations explore ways to bolster digital capacity, and we expand funding for the creative economic recovery. Join us at the 2021 Annual Convention and hear from field leaders championing this work.
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Members* can take advantage of a special $49 rate when registering for the 2021 Annual Convention! Want to become a member? Join today and learn more about the professional development, networking, research, and advocacy resources included with your membership.
 

Featured Sessions

Sustainably and Equitably Supporting Digital Capacity for Cultural Organizations
The pandemic has forced almost everyone to recalibrate the fundamentals, including how to share physical or place-based artwork digitally. It raises the important question: how can and should public and private philanthropic partners support building digital capacity for cultural organizations that deliver sustainably- and equitably-produced content?
What You Need to Know About Local and State Arts Recovery Advocacy
This is a moment of unprecedented opportunity as billions of dollars in recovery funding flow into states and localities with a broad mandate to remedy the damage of COVID-19. Hear solid tips, tricks, and examples about how advocates are attempting to direct funds for creative economic recovery.
Washington, DC Office
1000 Vermont Avenue NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
T 202.371.2830
New York City Office
One East 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022
T 212.223.2787

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