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Arkansas Creative Economy Project

Unveiling the Creative Economy in Arkansas offers a wide range of recommendations and goals on how to enhance Arkansas's creative economy and how to help Arkansas reach its full potential as a center of creative activity, thereby contributing to its economic growth. Click here to read the fourth and final report on the Arkansas Creative Economy Project.


Funded by the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, the Arkansas Creative Economy Project is a multi-year project to identify and enhance the state's creative assets. Click here to see the first-year findings of the Arkansas Creative Economy Project.


Ducks, Documentaries, & Design, with foreword by Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe, highlights twelve of our state's creative enterprises.Click here to see the second-year findings of the Arkansas Creative Economy Project, entitled: Ducks, Documentaries, & Design 2008 report.


Deep Roots, High Hopes examines the varied creative and cultural assets in Arkansas and considers ways to strengthen regional economic clusters throughout the state. Click here to see the third report of the Arkansas Creative Economy Project, entitled: Deep Roots, High Hopes.

Funding for the Arkansas Arts Council and its programs is provided by the State of Arkansas and The National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.