Texans for the Arts, the state’s non-partisan arts advocacy organization, is calling on all artists, arts workers, organizations, and advocates to complete a survey to explain how the pandemic continues to impact your ability to produce, present, or sell your artistic and creative work.
The organization would like to hear from artists, practitioners, creative workers, and administrators.
Texans for the Arts is also letting the art community know about its upcoming series of Regional Conversations. It will feature a discussion on challenges due to the Omicron variant, ARPA or infrastructure funding, and updates about state and federal arts issues and actions. From these conversations, Texans for the Arts will identify common concerns that will shape its priorities and enable us to best serve you and unify our statewide voice for the arts.
Attendance is free, but registration is required.
The meeting for the Wichita Falls region will take place on February 22 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. You can register here.
Why attend Regional Conversations?
- Connect – Meet other arts advocates from your region and build relationships while you discuss local issues and priorities.
- Learn – Keep up to date on the latest arts, culture, and creative industry issues as we unpack federal, state, and local arts initiatives.
- Share – Drive the conversation by including the issues you want to talk about when registering and bringing your questions, concerns, and challenges to the meeting.
- Impact – Help Texans for the Arts shape its advocacy campaigns, communication strategies, and legislative agenda to better serve our statewide arts community.