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Arts & Culture Advocacy Day 2019

Join us for Advocacy Day on April 23rd, because we need arts and culture in Oregon.  WHERE | Willamette Heritage Center (1313 Mill Street SE, Salem, Oregon 97301), and the... View Article

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A Message From The President

I am honored to have the opportunity to serve as the chair of the Cultural Advocacy Coalition. I accept this position with enthusiasm and determination. Growing up in New York... View Article

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Join us for Advocacy Day!

Join us for Advocacy Day! Campbell invitation to advocacy day

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Take Action: Interim Advocacy

The interim (when legislators are not in session in Salem) is the MOST productive time for grassroots advocacy. Legislators are back in district, with their eyes and ears tuned to... View Article

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Why Arts and Culture Matter

2015. What a year. Expanded staffing for arts and culture agencies, alongside increased grants to the cultural community here in Oregon; increased funding for the NEA and NEH, as well... View Article

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Agenda-Setting Process Overview

As a 501(c)4 non-partisan advocacy group formed to lobby in Salem, the Cultural Advocacy Coalition advocates for policies and funding that will create a thriving environment for art, heritage and... View Article

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Issue Briefs

The Cultural Advocacy Coalition’s position on key legislative issues are posted here. These documents will be updated as key issues emerge and briefs are developed. 2015 Legislative Session: OAC Percent... View Article

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