Americans for the Arts is pleased to introduce our new online glossary of terms and definitions related to the inclusive creative economy, and a full website of resources, information, and action related to developing an inclusive creative economy.
As higher education institutions and elected officials have pushed for STEM programs, the resulting technology and innovations have only revealed the need for the arts and humanities within these spheres.
Learn How to Partner with Your Chamber of Commerce
May 17, 2021
Just as local arts agencies act as voices and conveners for their arts and culture communities, so do local chambers of commerce for their business communities. Partnerships between the two are essential to community and economic development. But where to start?
When you think of MBA coursework, you think of core classes in marketing, finance, economics, operations, decision sciences, strategy, and so on. You don’t think of color theory, collaborative drawing, or watercolors. But at the Kellogg…
How a Local Business Chamber & the Arts Work Together as a Vital Emergency Response and Long-Term Economic Vision
Unprecedented … resilient … essential … are words we have heard much about during the COVID-19 crisis. These words, in fact, describe every artist, arts educator, and arts…
I currently lead the art and technology program at Nokia Bell Labs. We call it Experiments in Art and Technology in honor of the seminal bringing together of engineers and artists in the late 60s and 70s within which Bell Labs…
This year’s recipient, Robert Buchsbaum, CEO of Blick Art Materials brings an exceptional stronghold of being smart, unconventional, and forward-thinking to his organization and approach to leadership.
Every year, Americans for the Arts, through its Business Committee for the Arts program, recognizes 10 businesses of all sizes for their exceptional involvement with the arts that enriches the workplace and the community.
The BCA Survey of Business Support for the Arts is the nation's largest survey of its kind, delving beyond pure numbers into the motivations behind and goals of business partnerships with the arts.