On Monday, March 9th, New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts is holding its fourth arts advocacy summit at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, NH.  This event is free to attend.  If you are not familiar with this group, they are an advocacy group whose vision statement is the following:

“Believing that the arts are important for the education of our children, the vitality of our towns and cities, the health of our economy, and the inspiration and enjoyment of our citizens, New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts advocates for appropriate legislative and financial investment in the arts in order to create an atmosphere where the arts can flourish, and to strengthen opportunities for participation in the arts for all citizens.”

You can read more about the summit here.