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 October is "National Arts and Humanities Month"
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Broward County Commission’s Cultural Division joins hundreds of arts organizations and communities in celebrating National Arts and Humanities Month during the month of October.  The Broward Cultural Division will carry this message to the people of Broward County through activities that honor the efforts of artists, historians, and cultural groups working to make the arts and humanities a part of everyone’s life.

National Arts and Humanities Month is a coast-to-coast collective celebration of culture in America. Coordinated by Americans for the Arts, it has become the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the nation. From arts center open houses, to mayoral proclamations, to banners and newspaper articles - communities across the U.S. make sure their citizens pay attention to the cultural gems surrounding them.

If you are planning special activities during the month of October, please contact the Broward Cultural Division’s marketing staff at 954-357-7320 so that you can be included in the publicity. 

Celebrate NAHM, click here for facts and information, along with promotional ideas and social networking links.  Join the movement! 


 Americans for the Arts

 Americans for the Arts Website
Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With 45 years of service, we are dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.

Americans for the Arts

Check out the Americans for the Arts blog for more news about National Arts.

Sign up for the Arts Action Center e-news here 

Americans for the Arts Action Fund, click here to join the movement!


 Ways the Arts Affect Children
  • Improve kids' overall academic performance.
  • Show that kids actively engaged in arts education are likely to have higher test scores than those with little to no involvement.
  • Develop skills needed by the 21st century workforce: critical thinking, creative problem solving, effective communication, teamwork and more.
  • Teach kids to be more tolerant and open.
  • Allow kids to express themselves creatively and bolster their self-confidence.
  • Keep students engaged in school and less likely to drop out.


10 Simple Ways Parents Can Get More Art in Their Kids’ Lives, click here to read 


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Art. Ask for More.

The Americans for the Arts asks that you please take this opportunity to promote the arts and education by adding an “Art. Ask for More” campaign button to your website .  The button will link to our website and will advise visitors on how to advocate for the arts. 

To add this banner, copy and paste this code within your page's code:

<a href="">
<img src="" width="125" height="125" border="0" alt="ART. ASK FOR MORE." title="ART. ASK FOR MORE."></a>


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