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State of the Arts Special Edition Breaking News – Arts Education – Arts Advocacy
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State of the Arts Special Edition launches ArtsGeorgia’s eNewsletter.  State of the Arts Special Edition expands our editorial direction to cover breaking news, arts education, arts advocacy alerts, articles of special interest and more controversial matters not covered by or appropriate for the State of the Arts print edition. If you have news or articles you would like considered for publication about the arts, artists, your arts organization or the arts in your community, please submit them to us for review at artsga@artsgeorgia.net.

State of the Arts Newsletter
State of the Arts Special Edition eNewsletter [SEEN] Breaking News – Advocacy Alerts – Arts Education – Articles of Special Interest. State of the Arts Special Edition E Newsletter [SEEN] launches ArtsGeorgia’s eNewsletter complementing our print newsletter. State of the Arts Special Edition expands our editorial direction to cover breaking news, arts advocacy alerts, arts education, articles of special interest and more controversial matters not covered by or appropriate for our State of the Arts print edition. If you have news or articles you would like considered for publication about the arts, artists, arts programs and opportunities, your arts organization or the arts in your community, please submit them to us for review at artsga@artsgeorgia.net.State of the Arts, our print newsletter, launched in 2013. Each issue is mailed to ArtsGeorgia’s members, subscribers and to our database of artists, arts advocates, arts administrators, arts educators, arts patrons, individuals and arts organizations. The editorial direction of State of the Arts focuses on what is new and highlights people, programs and places where we find success.State of the Arts and State of the Arts Special Edition are important additions to ArtsGeorgia’s goal of improving communication for those working in the arts; both will advocate for the arts, artists, arts educators, arts administrators, art patrons and arts organizations. Your stories, news, opinions or suggestions are welcomed.