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Welcome to NHBCA

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts (NHBCA) was formed in 1985 to educate, motivate, and recognize business support of and participation in the arts. It has more than 65 dues paying members and operates a variety of programs and projects to encourage and involve businesses in the arts.

2014 Business in the Arts Awards Gala May 12!BBs

For reservations contact the NHBCA at arts@nhbca.com or call 603 224-8300.

Business in Arts Awards gala is Monday, May 12, 2014 at 5:30 at the Radisson Hotel - Center of NH in Manchester.

Read the list of nominated businesses and the performers for the evening.

 

Giving Matters is an audio showcase of nonprofit organizations and the ways in which they strengthen communities and enrich lives. The series is a joint project of the New Hampshire Charitable foundation and NHPR. The NHBCA executive director served on the selection panel. http://www.nh.gov/nharts/aboutus/givingmatters_arts.html for links to specific programs of the featured arts and cultural nonprofit organizations.

 

 

Click here to read NHBCA Archived Newsletters:

NH Creative Communities Connections and NHBCA Membership Newsletters

 

 

Arts & Economic Prosperity IV

The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts entered into a partnership with Americans for the Arts (AFTA) to conduct an important statewide survey measuring the economic impact of the arts and culture in New Hampshire called Arts & Economic Prosperity IV. The NHBCA participated in the task force that recommended participating in the survey and helped to secure the funding for it. To see the results: http://www.nh.gov/nharts/aboutus/aftasurvey2011/index.html

Read an article about it in the Union Leader: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20120913/NEWS02/709149957

 

Art In Healthcare:   In June 2013 the NHBCA partnered on the 2nd Arts in Healthcare Symposium for healthcare leaders and professionals that shared best practices and evidence-based information about the role of art in healing and wellness, and to establish a NH Art in Healthcare Network. It was sponsored by Concord Hospital with additional corporate support by Catholic Medical Center.

For more information art and healthcare programs in New Hampshire http://www.nh.gov/nharts/programservices/pdf/aihsurveyreportfromaep.pdf

 

On May 31 approximately 100 senior staff and board members of arts organizations attended Culture OneStop, a day-long event in Concord that provided key organizational information to cultural not-for-profits doing business in the state. NH commissioners from departments that most often affect cultural organizations featured information and resources through panel discussions. The lunch presentation of TED-type talks by various commissioners was introduced by Governor Hassan.

 

 

Read the blog post by NHBCA executive director Joan Goshgarian for a summary and audience reactions: http://blog.artsusa.org/2012/07/27/bringing-together-arts-culture-and-the-law/

 

NHBCA Executiver Director Joan Goshgarian is a guest on the radio show hosted by Jack Heath. To listen to the show: link entitled, "7/16/11 New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts" Tom Raffio, Joan Goshgarian and Jack Heath

 

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