The mission of Americans for the Arts is to serve, advance, and lead the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America.
In this 40-page report, governors and other state leaders will find models from states throughout the country that demonstrate the value of incorporating the arts and culture into their continuing economic development strategies.
The fourth issue brief from the National Governor's Association Center for Best Practices shows how states are turning to arts-based economic development strategies to revive rural economies.
The third briefing from the National Governor's Association Center for Best Practices illustrates how states are expanding international trade opportunities through culture.
The NASAA highlights examples of state arts agency cultural tourism programs and contains links to data sources and other resources to help support cultural tourism initiatives.
Montana's complete guide of art galleries, museums, performing arts, festivals, literary treasures and historical sites throughout the state.
This May 2003 Issue Brief explores successful approaches some states have used to incorporating arts and culture into international trade development.
This June 2001 Issue Brief reveals how the arts revitalize communities, contribute to a region's innovation habitat, and help states remain competitive in today's economy.