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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 NJ: Measuring the Arts — A One, Two Punch

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller

  How do we value the arts?  How do we measure their impact and make that measurement count? On a personal level, we know the breathtaking power of a masterpiece, the exhilaration of a standing ovation, and the joy and … Continue reading

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ArtPride New Jersey: The Arts AND … Movement

Posted on by Stephanie Carr, ArtPride NJ Program Manager

Lessons Learned at #AFTACON2016 For nearly 60 years, Americans for the Arts has convened an annual convention for arts and community leaders to network and discuss strategies for building stronger towns, counties, and cities through the arts. As our professional … Continue reading

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Predictions for the Future of New Jersey’s Nonprofit Arts Industry

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, Art Pride NJ

Halloween’s over, but my crystal ball is still in view so I thought it would be revealing to take a quick peek since the future of New Jersey’s nonprofit arts industry has been nagging at me over the past few … Continue reading

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Why NEA Funding is Still a Big Deal

Posted on by Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride New Jersey

Last week the ArtPride NJ Foundation learned that it received a $10,000 grant award from the National Endowment for the Arts.    With nine other arts organizations and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts’ Partnership Grant, New Jersey … Continue reading

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Dodge Foundation Week in Review

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Catch up on the news around New Jersey with the Dodge Foundation. Our Week in Review social newsletter features shareable stories, insights from our program staff and news about our grantees. Just click on the links to learn more. [View … Continue reading

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Dodge Q&A: Sharnita Johnson

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The Dodge Q&A series is designed to introduce you to Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation staff as they share what they’re learning and thinking about as they visit with nonprofits around the state. They’ll also reveal a few things about themselves you might not … 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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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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Shakespeare Theatre partners with Madison community to bring production to life

Posted on by Matthew Holowienka, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

More than any other art form, theatre is collaborative. The playwright, the designers, the actors, and the director must all join forces to create life onstage each night. In the same vein, I would argue that more than any other … Continue reading

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Dance Festivals Bloom in New Jersey!

Posted on by Macada Brandl, Executive Director, Dance New Jersey

Dance performances, galas, workshops, and two dance festivals – “Jersey Moves! A Festival of Dance” presented by the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and “Dance Week” presented by the Centenary Stage Company – bloomed  throughout New Jersey last month. From … Continue reading

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