NASAA is a learning forum, facilitating the transfer of ideas and helping state arts agencies to pioneer and share solutions. A menu of year-round learning opportunities keeps NASAA members abreast of the latest trends inside and outside of the state arts agency field.
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To make NASAA convenings a perennial resource, materials from past gatherings are posted on line. These materials include session handouts, presentations, photo albums and more. More>>
NASAA hosts frequent Web seminars. Open to state arts agency staff and council members, these events are a great way to learn about new research, hear from diverse experts and stay connected with other state arts agencies. More>>
Learning on Demand
Available for download whenever needed, NASAA's on-demand offerings include prerecorded slidecasts and audio files that you can use on your own or share with your agency colleagues. More>>
NASAA offers occasional phone salons as a supplement to conferences, listservs and web seminars to help state arts agencies stay connected with one another. These small-group audio sessions are informal, peer-facilitated discussions designed to provide a forum for the candid exchange of views and experiences as well as an opportunity to chat with your colleagues from other states. To create a space in which members can share openly about potentially sensitive subjects, phone salons are not recorded. For more information on upcoming phone salons, please contact Learning Services Manager Eric Giles, 202-347-6352 x117.
Peer groups are job-alike groups where members share similar roles or responsibilities within the state arts agency field. Active participation in a peer group builds your knowledge, strengthens your leadership skills, and broadens your professional network. More>>