NASAA Notes: March 2020


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March 2, 2020

From the Research Team

State Arts Agency Revenues, Fiscal Year 2020

NASAA’s newly released State Arts Agency Revenues, Fiscal Year 2020, reports that state arts agencies are seeing an overall increase of 37.3% in total state appropriations. While 42 state arts agencies reported an appropriations increase between FY2019 to FY2020, every state has a different funding story beyond what is reported in the aggregate.

To get state-specific data, you can explore an updated series of interactive dashboards featuring FY2020 appropriations and revenue data. View per capita appropriations for every state and jurisdiction and drill down into the series to discover top-line appropriation figures, trends over time, funding sources and regional comparisons.

Tune in to NASAA’s Facebook and Twitter pages over the next month for updates and insights on the new revenue data.

In addition to the visualizations, NASAA’s FY2020 State Arts Agency Revenues report delivers comprehensive data and detailed tables describing state arts agency funding within the context of national trends. An accompanying press release provides a synopsis of the findings.

NASAA can provide any member with a detailed comparative funding analysis, including information on per capita rankings, supplemental funds, line item funds and trends over time. Contact Patricia Mullaney-Loss to request information tailored to your needs.

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