Americans for The Arts

Americans for The Arts
Americans for The Arts is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for Americans for The Arts which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Americans for The Arts on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Americans for The Arts is:
1000 Vermont Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 371-2830
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RT @KCMAAA: We are big fans of @ForkliftDance + you should be too! They talk abt Federal funding in @AustinChronicle #SavetheNEA https://t.…

RT @txculturaltrust: Small-town economies, such as Kentucky’s coal country, will be hit hard if the @NEAarts is eliminated #SavetheNEA http…

OK, we're doing this! 10 kinds of art we love … but one is a lie. Music Architecture After-school art programs Photography Dance Community art projects Theatre Handcrafts Spoken word Film Just kidding! We love ALL THE ARTS!

RT @KLKranes: It's #PoemInYourPocketDay -This is the one I'm carrying. Always loved it. Follow your dreams. #SavetheNEA #NationalPoetryMont…

RT @jenbenka: This #PoemInYourPocketDay is also an opportunity to share poems with elected officials & the importance of funding for the ar…

Make sure you've got a poem in your pocket today! #pocketpoem #NPM17…

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the charitable contribution deduction. This legislation was enacted by Congress to promote charitable giving by Americans. It empowers individuals to give of their personal income for the benefit of the public. Americans for the Arts will work to ensure that any change made in tax reform does no less than encourage even more giving by more Americans.
Americans for the Arts will oppose policies that remove incentives for charitable giving or limit the full scope and value of the tax deduction—for all forms of charitable gifts.

From Shakespeare to community centers to Native American art, the arts thrive in South Dakota thanks to the National Endowment for the Arts. #SAVEtheNEA
South Dakota, which voted decisively for Donald J. Trump, is also a prime recipient of grants from the arts agencies the president wants to eliminate.

“Having the gift of a public school education that had money for the arts is a big reason why my dreams were possible. Art and music were side by side with math and science. Those were the things that made me want to be good at school. I found who I was in the theatre community … I think it saved my life.” #artsed #SAVEtheNEA
The award-winning creator of “Hamilton” says government support for arts education is crucial to our children’s future

A recent op-ed states that “Government-funded art is publicly-funded art only once government is lazily conflated with the public. It is not the public (whatever indeed that may mean) that decides which art projects are to be supported with taxpayer dollars.” That statement is simply inaccurate. The public is embedded in the entire grantmaking process at the National Endowment for the Arts. This in part is why the NEA has received wide support from both Republicans and Democrats for half a century. #ArtsCEOLynch #SAVEtheNEA
The vast contributions that the NEA has made, and continues to make, to our nation’s economy and communities must not be overlooked.