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gaa-medallionSAVE THE DATE: The 2015 Governor’s Arts Awards is scheduled for March 24, 2015. Watch here for more details soon.
Nominations for the 2015 Governor’s Arts Awards  are now closed.

Arizona Citizens for the Arts acts as the eyes, ears and voice of the nonprofit arts and culture sector in Arizona – at the State Legislature, in local city halls and in partnerships with business and community leaders involved in building and supporting quality of life in Arizona.

Nonprofit arts organizations represent more than a half billion dollars of economic activity in communities all across Arizona. And they help support a larger creative industries sector that employs more than 50,000 individuals statewide.  Arts and culture contribute to local tourism, support job attraction efforts and contribute to excellence in education in our schools.  Get Connected to Arizona Citizens for the Arts, visit our Legislative Action Center or review Arts and Public Policy  to learn more about what we’re doing to support arts, culture and arts education in Arizona.

 

Register now for Arts Congress 2015

 

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Make plans now to join us at the State Capitol from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, February 3, 2015. Meet with your state legislators, learn about issues important to arts and culture supporters, and rally with other advocates like now.  Now more than ever, we need your help to let our Governor and the State Legislature know important arts and culture is to Arizona’s community life and local economy. Register now.

Make your Voter Voice heard

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We also need your voice all year long to  support the Arizona Commission on the Arts, arts education in our schools and community-based arts and culture programs in Arizona cities and town. Now is the time to join our Voter Voice network.

Voter Voice is an easy-to-use web-based action network that keeps you up to date on advocacy issues, and notifies you when we need you to contact your legislators and other elected officials to voice support for arts and culture funding or other arts-friendly policy issues.

Visit our Legislative Action Center and sign up now.