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Arts Ed Now: 2017 National Arts Advocacy Day

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, Art Pride New Jersey

Just days before National Arts Advocacy Day, news hit of President Trump’s plan to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts in 2018. The announcement, though not entirely unexpected, sent a surge of energy into the day’s mission: connecting arts leaders … Continue reading

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Art Pride: Conversing Creatively

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It’s National Arts & Humanities Month and in New Jersey that means it’s also Discover Jersey Arts Month, or its hashtag #ArtoberNJ.  Every October, thousands of local arts and community leaders partner with Americans for the Arts to host Creative … Continue reading

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ArtPride NJ: Growing Arts Advocacy Nationwide

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride New Jersey

“If you’re not networking, you’re not working.” – Denis Waitley We all have our networks at work and at home, online and in real time. The most valuable ones provide knowledge, insight into best practices, and oftentimes they are a … Continue reading

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ArtPride New Jersey: March Madness

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You thought this blog post was about basketball, right? Think again. March is brimming with an insane abundance of arts activities. Did you know that March is Youth Art Month, Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Stages Festival … Continue reading

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Fighting for the Arts on Capitol Hill

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, Art Pride New Jersey

Every spring, arts advocates gather in Washington DC and witness either snow, melting snow or the hint of budding cherry blossoms as they climb Capitol Hill. This year, National Arts Advocacy Day takes place pre-spring on March 7-8, but preparations begin in … Continue reading

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Taking FOOD WATER AIR…and ART on the Campaign Trail

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While we won’t elect a new President until 2017, the campaign is already hot and crowded and the State Assembly incumbents and their challengers aren’t the only ones on the New Jersey campaign trail this summer. That field includes a … Continue reading

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Is All Art Really Local?

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller,

“Think globally, act locally” urges people to consider the health of the entire planet and to take action in their own communities and cities (source, Wikipedia).  In many ways, the same philosophy applies to the arts and related advocacy efforts. … Continue reading

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New Jersey at the League: Arts and History Happen Here

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride NJ Executive Director

The 99th annual New Jersey League of Municipalities Conference  took place last week and it was ArtPride’s 13th year representing the nonprofit arts industry with over 2,600 exhibitors ranging from well know entities (and arts supporters) like Bank of America and PSEG … Continue reading

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Setting a New “Barre” for Arts Criticism

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride NJ Executive Director

The earlier title for this blog post was “Another One Bites the Dust,” prompted by notice from Dance NJ staff that dance critic Robert Johnson is no longer writing for The Star Ledger, but is now working on a freelance … Continue reading

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