Arts Advocacy Day is a celebration of the DC arts community, and a day to focus attention on the role of the arts in our local community.
PLEASE INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!
--- Next event: Advocacy Co-Training next Wednesday, see below ----
1. Volunteer Meetup [COMPLETED]
Come meet other advocates, sign up to help lead events, Tuesday April 15 5-6pm
2. Advocacy Co-Training - Wednesday April 23, 3:30-5:00
Come share your knowledge. Join advocates and arts leaders for a community co-training, Wednesday April 23, 3:30-5:00, 3222 11th Street, NW. Thanks to Bloombars for hosting!
3. Arts Hearing April 29, 10am-2pm
Sign up to testify at the hearing for the Arts by emailing Ruth Werner with your contact info and request to testify at email@example.com. The hearing will be held in the Wilson Building, hearing room 412.
4. Advocacy Day Meetings with Council members and Council staff
To sign up for a meeting email Robert DCAdvocatesfortheArts.org and you'll be assigned a team and meeting based on availability. Priority is given to Partners and Members. Membership is free for those who can not afford it. To learn more about membership visit the DCAA website - http://www.DCAdvocatesfortheArts.org.
2013 Arts Advocacy Day Partners: DC Advocates for the Arts, the DC Film Alliance, the Humanities Council of Washington DC, Busboys and Poets, Institute for Policy Studies, Warehouse DC, Split This Rock Poetry Festival, Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, the Smith Center for the Healing Arts, the Arts Club of Washington, the Pinkline Project, Project Create, East City Art, Day Eight, Double R Productions, Art Enables, DC Youth Orchestra Program, Ward 7 Arts Collaborative, Dance Place, Washington Sculptors Group, Women in Film and Video.
Interested in being a Partner for the 2014 Arts Advocacy Day? Email Robert DCAdvocatesfortheArts.org