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Texas Cultural Trust's research and findings are unequivocal: The arts are vital to the development of young minds and a strong economy. When you support the Trust, you are investing in the cultural, educational, and economic future of Texas.

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Your financial support at any level makes an impact. The Trust's annual donors are recognized as Partners in the Arts and offered access, recognition, and other exclusive benefits.
Your partnership as an arts advocate and patron is important, now more than ever. As a Partner in the Arts, you join the Trust in:
  • Advocating for policy changes that support the arts and culture in our state. 
  • Providing Funding Opportunities for arts and cultural programming and arts education in Texas. 
  • Creating Resources for artists, individuals, arts organizationsand arts educators to increase arts access in the classroom and the community 
  • Conducting Research and Publishing Data to show the value and impact of the arts and culture on our economy, education, quality of life, and health and well-being in Texas

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The Texas Cultural Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  It is solely through the generosity of individuals, foundations, and organizations that we are able to continue our vital work on behalf of arts and culture in Texas.

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Champion the arts in Texas

Promote Awareness: Share the Texas Cultural Trust’s findings about the important impact the arts have on education, the economy and way of life in Texas.

Engage: Stay informed about the state of the arts in Texas by following the Texas Cultural Trust on social media.

Get Involved: Email your School DistrictEmail your State Legislators

What our Partners are saying:

“Art is important to use because it adds to ALL our lives – and in so many different ways. The arts and arts-related businesses account for billions of dollars in annual spending, and they are responsible for over a million jobs in the state of Texas. That’s pretty amazing. And it shows that art is important beyond what pleasure it gives us. As it turns out, supporting the arts is simply good business.”

Edward E. Whitacre, Jr.
Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer AT&T

"Here at Texas Monthly, we know Texas. Since 1973, we’ve covered everything from up-and-coming politicians to fall-off-the-bone ribs. We never miss a thing, and when it comes to Texas culture, neither do y’all. For the past 25 years, we’ve watched in admiration as the Texas Cultural Trust supported the best in the arts in Texas. From honky tonk musicians and literary stars to filmmakers and designers—we thank you for celebrating so much of what makes our great state a legend and a culture unto itself. You pay tribute to the pioneers of the arts while supporting those who are just getting started, leading the way for the artists and creatives of tomorrow. You are both a light and a mirror, illuminating, reflecting, and expanding our sense of collective identity. From us, the chroniclers of Texas Culture, to you, the force that keeps it thriving, thank you."

Texas Monthly