News Updates

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The Administration’s new executive order, effective March 16, will restrict travel to the US for nationals from Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. Read more»
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The budget outline may propose eliminating funding for the NEA and several other programs and agencies. Read more»
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As of February 21, 2017, USCIS is no longer accepting previous versions of form I-129 for O and P artists visas. Read more»
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PAA has signed on to a joint statement created with other national arts organizations that urges “policy leaders to retain access to artist visas and support opportunities for world-wide cultural exchange.” Read more»
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PAA joined more than 200 leaders from across the nonprofit sector on Capitol Hill for the Charitable Giving Coalition’s “100 Years of Giving” advocacy event. Read more»
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Recent Activity
A federal appeals court denied the request by the Department of Justice to reinstate the President’s travel ban. Read more»
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President Trump’s travel ban may impact performing artists contracted to work in the U.S. Read more»
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Recent Activity
The agency awarded over $30 million to projects in 48 states. Read more»
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Advocacy Update and Recent Activity
Tuesday, November 8th marked the end of the 2016 election cycle and the beginning of our advocacy efforts for the coming years. Read more»
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Prepare for the new overtime rules taking effect Dec. 1. Read more»
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