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Arts Advocacy Day is Tuesday February 28th.

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Creative Minnesota Study

Creative Minnesota is the most comprehensive report ever done of the non-profit creative sector. It reflects a new effort to fill the gaps in available information about Minnesota’s cultural field and to improve our understanding of its importance to our quality of life and economy. It kicks off our new endeavor to collect and report data on the creative sector every two years for analysis, education and advocacy.

VIEW THE RESULTS AT CREATIVEMN.ORG >

 

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    Arts Alert: Not Voting is Scary

    Arts Alert: Not Voting is Scary

    Not Voting is Scary! Today is Halloween, and people across Minnesota are dressing up as ghouls and goblins. But what should scare us more is what would happen if arts advocates don’t vote. It could lead to a truly frightening results: the election of leaders who don’t support the arts. Don’t be a non-voter! If

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    Arts Alert: How Do Your Candidates Stand on the Arts?…And New Polling Shows MN Supports the Arts

    Arts Alert: How Do Your Candidates Stand on the Arts?…And New Polling Shows MN Supports the Arts

    How Does Your Candidate Stand on the Arts? In Minnesota we pride ourselves on being informed voters. MCA has surveyed everyone on the November 8 ballot to help you find arts-friendly candidates. State issues include: Protecting Legacy Arts Funding Nonprofit Tax Exemptions And More. Find out who said: “Throughout our state, the arts are a

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    MCA Has Moved!…And New Polling Shows MN Supports the Arts

    MCA Has Moved!…And New Polling Shows MN Supports the Arts

    Minnesota (really is) Nice: Arts Midwest recently revealed some interesting polling data about Minnesotan’s support for the arts. If you are connected with Minnesota Citizens for the Arts, I know you are an arts supporter. But what do people outside the arts think? The Arts Midwest 2014 study asked the general public about what is

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