If your state arts agency is a NASAA member, then you belong to the NASAA community! It is through our community that NASAA makes the collective experiences of the state arts agency field a resource for every member.
Peer groups are an important part of NASAA's professional community. Peer groups share similar roles or responsibilities within the state arts agency field. In addition to meeting at NASAA conferences, peer groups stay in year-round contact with one another through e-mail, listserv dialogues and teleconferences. Active participation in a peer group builds your knowledge, strengthens your leadership skills, and provides valuable opportunities for you to compare strategies and perspectives with a savvy and supportive national network of colleagues.
Did you miss or delete that email NASAA sent you last week about the annual conference? Do you want to revisit the most recent Legislative Update? When you visit the Recent Communications page, you'll always find an archive of the most important messages we've shared with the field.
NASAA Notes, our monthly e-newsletter, includes topical essays from NASAA CEO Jonathan Katz and other state arts agency leaders across the country, as well as:
current trends in the state arts agency field,
innovative state arts agency programs,
new research, and
a compendium of helpful resources and announcements from the cultural field.
Some pages on the NASAA site are for the benefit of our members only (). Members receive an invitation to register from NASAA, then can log in with their e-mail address and password to access these pages. For help with registration or login, see Registration and Login Help or contact Membership Associate Dora Shick, 202-347-6352 x108.