Let's Celebrate NAHM!
|Every day we celebrate the arts, but October is the month to celebrate the arts in a big way, when we reach across America - from big cities to small towns - and participate together in National Arts and Humanities Month! Not sure how to get started? We've provided some guidance - event ideas, promotional tools and resources.|
- 101 Things to Do to Celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month
- 10 Simple Ways Parents Can Get More Art in Their Kids’ Lives
- Arts Policy Information Center—the up-to-date information on arts policy research and practice
- Policy & Advocacy Issue Briefs—a brief overview and talking points for arts policy issues
- National Arts Education Public Awareness Campaign—Americans for the Arts The Arts. Ask for More. public service advertising campaign
- Arts and Economic Prosperity III—Americans for the Arts’ study of the economic impact made by nonprofit arts and culture organizations
- Add your event or activity to the National Arts and Humanities Map
- Place an op-ed piece, letter to the editor, or editorial to your local newspaper
- Graphic Resources for your promotional use
- Send a press release to your local newspaper
- Obtain an official proclamation of October as National Arts and Humanities Month from your local elected leaders.
- As an advocate, you can use local media outlets to disseminate the facts and your opinions about the importance of the arts in your community. Determine who your local, state, and federal elected representatives are, how to contact them, and how to communicate with them effectively.