State of the Arts 2016 Follow-Up & Materials

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Thank you to everyone who was able to attend State of the Arts 2016! Below are some materials from the State of the Arts that are available to review and provide more information on discussed topics. 

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Sustain Arts

Sustain Arts/Bay Area is a FREE and easy-to-use online tool tailored to meet the needs of Bay Area artists, arts administrators, funders, and cultural policy makers. This online platform brings together data on arts funding and audience participation in both for-profit and nonprofit arts activity across a wide range of disciplines. Sustain Arts tools can be used for fundraising, strategic planning, marketing, partnership development, and many other operational and analytical uses.

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Membership with Arts Council Napa Valley

As a member, you are entitled to a rich range of member benefits, including industry news, marketing opportunities, and mixers. Plus, you receive discounts on participation and entry fees.

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Advocacy Best Practices

Advocacy is an ongoing practice that requires a strategic, collaborative approach. Building strong relationships with policymakers is an effective practice in ensuring issues are hear and addressed. 

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Arts Council Napa Valley Initiatives

As the official local arts agency in Napa County, it is our role to connect, advocate and lead the arts community countywide. By building a network of advocates, organizing policy initiatives, and empowering the industry through education, information, and resources, we serve to benefit all residents with a more sustainable, accessible and quality local arts scene. Our current core programs focus on communication, cultural tourism, public art, and K­12 education.

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Napa Valley Now Calendar

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