Member state arts agencies can request research help from NASAA. Both staff and council members can call NASAA to see how your agency compares to others and to learn about the many strategies state arts agencies use to serve the public. Information is available on a wide variety of topics, including state arts agency funding, programs, policies, planning and more. Be sure to check out the questions NASAA has answered for other states.
Also look for monthly Research on Demand columns in each edition of NASAA Notes. These columns illustrate how NASAA can help your state use data creatively and answer common questions about state arts agencies.
For media or press inquiries, contact NASAA Communications Manager Sue Struve, 202-347-6352 x109. For all other questions or research help, please contact:
Director of Research
|Information requests; data management; federal reporting; cultural districts; creative economy.|
Grants Data Associate
|State and regional Final Descriptive Reports; the National Standard for Arts Information Exchange; historical and comparative grant-making statistics.|
|State arts agency revenues and appropriations; per capita rankings; dedicated revenues; staffing and operations.|
|Percent for art programs; authorizing legislation; nongrant programs, services and partnerships.|
Chief Program and Planning Officer
|State arts agency structure, policy and governance; advocacy; planning and evaluation. Customized training for state arts agency staff, council and constituents.|