Our Programs

ArtPride New Jersey Foundation

DJADiscover Jersey Arts (DJA) is an audience development program designed to increase the awareness of and participation in the arts in New Jersey by connecting people to the arts they love while promoting the quality and value of the State’s arts community. DJA provides numerous services for arts patrons through its Jersey Arts Membership program and nonprofit arts organizations through its Jersey Arts Marketers (JAM) network.
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ArtMattersArt Matters highlights towns throughout New Jersey that are transforming themselves through the arts. Each pin on the map features the stories behind the data.  This interactive tool provides arts advocates with a powerful way to make the case of why art matters to New Jersey’s economy, communities, healthcare, education and quality of life.
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NJEALNew Jersey Emerging Arts Leaders (NJEAL) provides professional development and networking opportunities for young and second-career arts professionals throughout the state. NJEALs are always up to something fun, exciting and informative.

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AAHNJThe Alliance for Arts & Health New Jersey connects artists and arts professionals with healthcare providers. Envisioning a healthier NJ through the arts, this network strives to educate, advocate, and advance the best practices in arts and health.

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ArtPride New Jersey, Inc.

ArtPride New Jersey, Inc. provides leadership to teams of citizen activists visiting US Congress and NJ District Legislators. Each spring a group of arts advocates gathers in Washington, DC with ArtPride New Jersey, Inc. acting as State Captain to coordinate visits to all NJ congressional offices. State district visits occur year long to familiarize elected officials with arts related issues and the positive impact that the nonprofit arts industry has on communities throughout the state.

ArtPride New Jersey, Inc. also hosts an annual Arts Day that brings New Jersey’s nonprofit arts community together with educators, business and government leaders. Speakers, workshops and awards to distinguished arts advocates highlight this day culminating in the Governor’s Awards in Arts Education where ArtPride also honors student and parent arts advocates.

While several of our programs are co-sponsored with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the ArtPride New Jersey Foundation offers even more to help build the capacity of our State’s non-profit arts industry. Annual fundraising and friend-raising events have included an online auction, an annual Facebook friends gallery exhibit at Lyceum Hall in Burlington, and a reception honoring Inspiring Women in the visual and culinary arts at the NJ Restaurant Association.

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