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National Arts Education Week

September 11-18, 2016 celebrated National Arts Education Week.

Trump Proposes Capping Charitable Giving Deductions

The newest tax plan released by the Republican presidential nominee would limit the incentive to give to non profit arts organizations, which rely heavily on private donations to fund their programs.

My Experience at the 2016 Political Conventions

Americans for the Arts Action Fund President & CEO Robert L. Lynch shares his personal experience at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.

[email protected] Livestream

On July 20th, you can watch our [email protected] panel here!

ArtsSpeak at the 2016 Political Conventions

The Arts Action Fund will host ArtsSpeak at the RNC and DNC

Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton

Sanders withdraws his campaign to endorse Clinton as candidates gear up for the 2016 Political Conventions

Bringing Arts to Our Cities

Arts Action Fund Executive Director presents new survey results and presidential candidate info at US Conference of Mayors meeting in Indianapolis.

Arts Action Fund PAC Co-hosts Event to Support Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI)

On Thursday, June 9, the Arts Action Fund PAC was the top host for an event held in support of the re-election campaign of Congressman David Cicilline.


The Associated Press counted the support of Democratic convention delegates and declared that Hillary Clinton had enough to surpass her contestant, Bernie Sanders, securing her the party’s nomination.

NEA Approved for Arts Funding Increase

The House Appropriations Subcommittee with jurisdiction over the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) voted unanimously to increase the federal arts agency’s budget by nearly $2 million.