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Arts Advocacy Day Scholarship

This year ADTA’s Government Affairs Committee is excited to announce two scholarships to attend Arts Advocacy Day in Washington D.C. Join hundreds of art colleagues from all over the United States for this dynamic two-day event of training and advocacy building up to on-site meetings with congressional representatives. This is an opportunity to share and educate congressional representatives and fellow art advocates about Dance/Movement Therapy. Build your own knowledge of the latest facts and figures regarding how the arts are impacting our lives in so many outstanding ways throughout the United States.

Arts Advocacy Day is March 12-13, 2018. It is being held at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington D.C. It is a full schedule of events:

         Monday, March 12th:     8-4 Training (Grand Hyatt Washington)

                                                    4-5 Americans for the Arts Action Fund Reception

                                                    6-8 The 29th Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture (Kennedy Center)

         Tuesday, March 13th:    8:30 Congressional Arts Kick Off Event (Capitol Hill)

                                                   10-6 Lobbying Visits (Capitol Hill)

Please take the time to consider applying for one of our Government Affairs Committee Arts Advocacy Day Scholarships. Applications are due Monday, December 11, 2017 by midnight (Eastern Time). Please see attached  Application.

Help ADTA create a strong presence in Washington D.C. this year. Though we have only two scholarships available, anyone can join us for this extraordinary event. Please check out the Arts Advocacy Day website and start making your plans to be a part of Arts Advocacy Day.

 http://www.americansforthearts.org/events/arts-advocacy-day

Please click on the link to access application:   Arts Advocacy Day Scholarship Application 2018

Meghan Murphy-Sanchez, MA, BC-DMT, GL-CMA

American Dance Therapy Association

Government Affairs Committee, Chair

www.adta.org

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