- Thanks @SenBobCasey and @SenToomey for meeting with the PA delegation this morning! #artsadvocacy 4 days ago
- PEAL is on the hill, ready to advocate! #artsadvocacy https://t.co/IdMuggQW9m 4 days ago
- RT @Americans4Arts: "Advocacy is an every day occurrence. Arts orgs should make it a part of their mission—it's the cost of doing business.… 4 days ago
- Capping off the day with the 31st annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy! https://t.co/BW4pKPnSTl 5 days ago
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Help Bring the Arts to a Rust Belt Revival Discussion
September 13, 2011Posted by on
It’s easy for “the arts” to get characterized as elitist, sometimes even by well-meaning workers from other parts of the nonprofit sector. This makes it all the more important for us to roll up our sleeves alongside those who are meeting our region’s challenges, so that we can add the powerful tools of the arts to their good work.
The Great Lakes Urban Exchange (GLUE) is hosting its annual conference in Pittsburgh this week, titled Green-Lightening Neighborhoods. The agenda is packed with times for learning and discussion about how we make our region strong, and it would be incredible to have some Emerging Arts Leaders involved.
For details, visit the conference website. If you plan to go, let me know!