NASAA Notes: April 2010


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April 8, 2010

Fiscal Year 2010 Funding and Grant Making Report

As a national source of information on public arts funding, NASAA provides a knowledge network and fact base to help state arts agencies make informed policy decisions and put their own state’s needs and experiences in context. Providing customized responses to member questions is a hallmark of NASAA. This column offers specific examples of the NASAA research services available and shows how they can be customized to meet your needs.

Fiscal Year 2010 Funding and Grant Making Report

SAA Grant Awards by Recipient Type
Most Recent Fiscal Year

Pie Chart of SAA Grant Awards by Recipient Type

Other includes groups such as parks and recreation, libraries, media groups and local government entities (non-arts).

In fiscal year 2010, state arts agencies will manage more than $360 million, using these funds to provide a wide array of citizen services in and through the arts. NASAA’s Funding and Grant Making report provides an overview of state arts agency funding and grant-making activities, including funding trends over time, summary grant statistics, and select state-by-state information.

In addition to the Funding and Grant Making report, specific fact sheets about SAA grant making for arts education and to local arts agencies are available.

Members interested in further details or comparative information for their state can request a customized funding and grant making report by contacting NASAA’s research staff.

Have questions or feedback about the report? Want to suggest a future topic? Contact us!