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ICYMI:  Advocacy 201 Webinar This Thursday, April 25 @ 3 PM

ICYMI:  Advocacy 201 Webinar This Thursday, April 25 @ 3 PM

Americans for the Arts is hosting the webinar Advocacy 201 on April 25 at 3:00 PM ET, the second in a series of webinars designed to help you take your advocacy for the arts to the next level!

The webinar will feature three state arts advocacy leaders from Massachusetts, California, and Kentucky, as well as Americans for the Arts and Arts Action Fund staff.

Provided will be training on the primary legislative topics for a new advocacy program that will be launched this year: National Arts Advocacy Zoom-In Week on May 13-17, 2024.  

The focus of the Advocacy 201 training will be on:​​

  • How to collectively reach out to your Members of Congress to support FY25 funding for the NEA, NEH, and arts education
  • Best practices for timely virtual meetings with Members of Congress offices
  • The format of the National Zoom-In Week and how you can get involved with the guidance of a state arts advocacy captain representing your state 

Advocacy 201 is a preparation webinar to get you ready and excited to participate in our first-ever National Zoom-In Week in May, which will allow you to advocate from the comfort of your own home or office.

Click HERE to view Advocacy 101: Advocating for the Arts in 2024 and many other inspiring messages from throughout the country.

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National Arts Advocacy Zoom-In Week
May 13-17, 2024