Fact vs. Fiction: Government Arts Funding
Five Essential Arts Arguments
You Can Shape Policy
Three Simple Ways to Advocate for the Arts
Being an Arts Ambassador
Policy Brief: Why Should Government Support the Arts?
Infographic: Who's Who in Government Arts Funding
State Arts Agency Appropriations (trends and comparative statistics)
National Endowment for the Arts Appropriations 1966-2016
Why Should Government Support the Arts? Research Supplement
Facts & Figures on the Creative Economy
The Federal Government, States and the Arts
NASAA Legislative Counsel Isaac Brown provides answers to federal advocacy inquiries. Contact him via e-mail or call 202-540-9162.
NASAA Chief Program and Planning Officer Kelly Barsdate advises members on state policy and advocacy. Contact her via e-mail or call 202-347-6352.
2016 State Legislative Roundup
Facing Controversy: Arts Issues and Crisis Communications
Advocacy and Term Limits: Developing Arts Support in the Legislature Early
Arts Advocates in the Legislature: A Legislative Caucus on the Arts
Fallacies of the Kansas Veto
Governor's Arts Awards
Advocacy by Arts Organizations: Tax Laws and Lobbying
Explore the extensive NASAA Advocate library.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.