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"Hosted by Americans for the Arts and cosponsored by 85+ national arts organizations, National Arts Advocacy Day is the largest gathering of its kind, bringing together a broad cross section of America's cultural and civic organizations.

Grassroots advocates from across the country come to Washington, D.C. to meet with their members of Congress in support of issues like arts education policy, the charitable tax deduction, and funding for the National Endowment for the Arts."*

Check out the array of resources from ProQuest supporting the arts at www.proquest.com/go/arts, featuring the new Art and Architecture Archive—connecting researchers with searchable archives of leading trade and consumer magazines, tracing the history of photography, design, fine art, and architecture over the twentieth century.

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24 Mar 2014

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