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Americans for the Arts Action Digital Summit

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First-ever National Arts Action Digital Summit!

April 27-May 1, 2020

Register Here!


Americans for the Arts is delighted to bring a brand-new experience to engage with hundreds of arts advocates from across the country virtually at the National Arts Action Digital Summit.

With Congress scheduled to return in May for further COVID-19 relief legislation and the annual federal budget, advocating for the arts is more important now than ever. Along with over 85 National Partners, they are excited to present over a dozen plenary and issue-specific breakout session webinars live from April 27 – May 1, 2020. You can register for the entire Digital Summit, or for individual sessions based on your preference.

They will be presenting advocates the new COVID-19 policy requests several dozen national arts organizations are taking to Congress. Please take two minutes to send an updated e-alert to Capitol Hill with new pro-arts policy requests as Congress looks towards a second CARES Act bill.

Over these five days, you’ll gain a depth of knowledge from policy experts at Americans for the Arts and many of our National Partners, including sessions on:

  • Congressional COVID-19 Relief for the Arts
  • The National Endowment for the Arts
  • Arts Education
  • Charitable Giving
  • And many more!

You’ll also be able to watch a recording of these webinars whenever you like to refresh your understanding of the issues. Learn more and register here! Then join the Summit Facebook event to connect with other arts advocates before, during, and after the event.

Designed to bring advocates the latest updates in federal arts policy, compelling up-to-the-minute data, and successful advocacy techniques, the National Arts Action Digital Summit is the best way to prepare yourself to make key asks of your federal elected officials and to learn how to be the best arts advocate you can be—all from the comfort and safety of your home. Learn more today!

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