Economic Prosperity & the Arts
Join our team to work on the roll out of the latest data from our Arts & Economic Prosperity study, conducted in partnership with Americans for the Arts. How do we share the data in a meaningful way, who are the advocates we want to engage, who are the audiences we want to reach, and what do we want them to do? Have ideas? Join the team!
Why do you want to advocate for the arts?
Access to arts & culture is essential for human development, transformation, and connection - a sustainable and well supported arts community will ensure this
Exposure to and engagement with Arts & Culture increase positive health outcomes for my community
Arts & Culture are a vital part of our community's quality of life
Arts education helps level the playing field for underpriviledged students, increasing the likelihood of success at applying for and graduating colleges, doing well on SATs, and making healthy life choices
Arts & Culture events and programming in my community help me recruit and retain employees
Arts & Culture events and programming in my community increase my business sales
Arts & Culture should be considered as part of city and town infrastructure development
Programming for public spaces across the Monadnock region should include more arts & culture
Regional marketing should highlight the Monadnock Region's Arts & Culture assets
Businesses should develop more partnerships with the arts
What would you like to offer to this effort?
Volunteer time to do small tasks and help at events
Ideas / Advice
Connections to a certain segment of our community
Lodging for guest speakers
Publicity / Support with communications
Thank you & First Meeting:
We are looking to meet for the first time at the very beginning of June. If you would like to join for the first meeting, please fill out this Doodle Poll:
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