Culture Days organizers hail from the full spectrum of cultural creators—from grassroots community volunteers and independent artists to major arts, culture, and heritage institutions. Best of all, there’s always room for more. Join us!
Culture Days offers a wide variety of resources, webinars, and research to inspire and assist organizers in all your planning, marketing, and promotion needs.
As one of our 10-year anniversary initiatives, Culture Days is examining the arts and culture sector through the lens of Creativity, the Arts, and Well-being. The topic is the anchor of our year-round communications—across social media, we’ve been sharing research, ideas, and stories involving the many ways arts and culture are connected to the well-being of individuals and the vitality of our communities. Our special blog series by Leah Sandals deep dives into the theme by profiling organizations doing work in related fields.
Nearly every Culture Days event fits within the theme of creativity, the arts, and well-being. The work you do as artists and organizers have deep, meaningful impacts in the communities where you live and work, and Culture Days is the perfect opportunity to share how and why you do it!
Culture Days offers free tip sheets, tools and other resources to support event and community organizers in the successful planning, promotion and evaluation of their Culture Days events. New resources are regularly added so visit this section frequently. Browse them all to see which are best suited to your needs and interests, and reap the benefits throughout the year!
By creating a Culture Days Account, you’ll also get access to special event-focused and customizable marketing materials. Sign in and visit the Resource section in your Dashboard to see more.
The Culture Days webinar series provides valuable insights, skill development and knowledge that will help strengthen your public engagement practices. Join guest experts in the field from across the country addressing current best practices and practical new ideas. Each webinar includes short engaging presentations, feature a question and answer period, and provide downloadable resources—all free of charge. Register here for live webinars or watch past recordings.