Resources

Americans for the Arts Advocacy Center
For updates on federal legislation, issue briefs, and the Congressional action center.

Arts and Economic Prosperity 5
Study in 2017 of the economic impact of nonprofit arts & cultural organizations & their audiences.

Art Makes You Smart
Students who, by lottery, were selected to visit a museum demonstrated stronger critical thinking skills, displayed higher levels of social tolerance, exhibited greater historical empathy, and developed a taste for art museums and cultural institutions.

The Alliance (The Voice of Community Nonprofits)
For advocacy tools, public policy, and legislation information.

Connecticut General Assembly
For legislator and committee information, and bill tracking

Connecticut Mirror
For public policy and government information.

Music Training Sharpens Brain Pathways
New research suggests that the complexity involved in practicing and performing music may help students’ cognitive development.

National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
State arts agencies ensure that every community in America receives the cultural, civic, economic and educational benefits of the arts.

Partners in Prosperity
A report that examines why nonprofits are essential to a healthy economy in Connecticut

Something to Say: Success Principles for Afterschool Arts Programs
Remarkable things can happen when young people get the chance to embrace their creativity and show off their hard work.

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