Join us for this free Arts Advocacy Training Webinar where we will help educate and empower you to take statewide action to advance the arts. Led by Californians for the Arts Executive Director Julie Baker and Advocacy Committee Chair Sofia Klatzker, this 90 minute training will equip you with tools to effectively communicate with your local, county and state representatives, give you other ways to engage in your community including sharing your Arts Impact Story, and inspire you to become an Arts Advocate.
Free and open to the public!
This April is the inaugural Arts, Culture & Creativity for the state of California! There will be events statewide advancing the arts, all leading up to the Advocacy Day on April 23.
Our Advocacy Trainings are free and open to the public to help empower and educate you to become an Arts Advocate not only in your local community, but on April 23 in Sacramento at the Capitol as part of your district delegation (we hope you can make it!).
Even if you can't attend on April 23, this Advocacy Training is a great resource to help you and your community members gain basic skills and knowledge as to how to best advocate for the arts in your city.
Go from being an Arts Supporter to an Arts Advocate!
About Californias for the Arts:
We believe arts should be accessible to every Californian. Californians for the Arts believe that the arts are essential to any prosperous and truly democratic society. Especially in a state as diverse and culturally rich as California, the arts serve to give voice to our many communities, spark individual creativity, foster empathy and understanding, spur civic engagement and serve as a continual source of personal enrichment, inspiration and growth.
About Californians for the Arts and Arts, Culture & Creativity Month: https://www.californiansforthearts.org/about
Details for April 23 Advocacy Day here:
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