New Jersey Arts Day will unite creative minds to cook up new and exciting ways to sustain the arts in communities throughout New Jersey. Offerings extend throughout the day at The War Memorial in Trenton, but the menu is diverse enough to accommodate busy schedules—and entice appetites hungry to imagine a New Jersey where the arts are no longer considered [ … ] Read more
If the arts aren’t at the table… you didn’t take a seat!
Don’t miss this opportunity to stay informed, network, and learn how to make your voice heard. The schedule for the day includes:[ … ] Read more
Missed Arts Day? Never fear, we’ve got you covered! Visit the Arts Day webpage for a transcript of, and bibilography for, Ben Cameron’s keynote speech. See highlights from the day’s events in our Arts Day Album by finding us on Facebook. Finally, don’t miss our own Jonathan Elliott’s blog post, “Arts Day in Trenton 2011: Lessons, Looking Back, and [ … ] Read more
Tell Trenton that you support the arts and arts education in New Jersey by attending Arts Day 2011. Learn about the state of the arts in New Jersey through our legislative briefing, network with leaders in the field, share your organization’s stories, and find out how you can become more involved in advocating for the arts in New Jersey. [ … ] Read more
Thank you to all the arts advocates who contacted their legislators, and a special thanks to those who made the trip to Washington, D.C. with us last week. Your efforts made an impact on the continuing resolution for FY2011 funding.
Though the final 2011 Budget Bill does not include the $167.5 million we requested for the National Endowment for the [ … ] Read more
Thank you to everyone involved for making Arts Day a success!
For those who missed it, check out this great article by Peggy McGlone recapping some of the day’s events:
N.J. Arts Advocates Gather at State Museum in Trenton for Annual Event
Finally, congratulations to David Grant for receiving the 2010 Distinguished Arts Advocate Award and to Elizabeth Leger for [ … ] Read more