Thanks to the leadership of Senator Joyce Elliott and Representative Les Warren, SB531 passed through the state legislature and was signed into law by Governor Hutchinson on April 7, 2021 becoming Act 577.
The creative economy will thrive at the intersection of art and technology and Act 577 created the Arkansas Legislative Art and Technology Boot Camp which is an exploration of who is currently working in the disciplines of art and technology. It is also a road map for how to get to the future.
The Arkansas Legislative Art & Technology Boot Camp team and Arkansans for the Arts are partnering on this endeavor. Stay tuned for opportunities to share how you are working at the intersection of art and technology!
Arkansans for the Arts wants to share your programing and collaboration story!
How is your organization emerging from the pandemic?
How are you springing back from winter?
Collaboration is often the key to getting more done with less. Who are you collaborating with?
Let us know what you have on the horizon!
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Our work is important because the arts in Arkansas represents over 8% of its workforce and $3 Billion annually in GDP. It is vital to tourism, revitalizes communities, and is the primary pipeline for talent and our future workforce.
If you missed some of our live events, don't worry! You can find recordings of all our live events, as well as spotlight videos released for on our YouTube channel.
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