In the second of a two-part podcast, the chairman shares some of her favorite moments from the Arts Endowment’s recently published book Creativity and Persistence: Art that Fueled the Fight for Women's Suffrage.
The chairman discusses the state arts agencies’ distribution of the CARES Act funds they received from the Arts Endowment and shares a broad look at the applicants being considered by the endowment for direct grants.
It’s Public Service Recognition Week, and Chairman Mary Anne Carter applauds public service workers across the country, especially the Arts Endowment staff, as they help the country through the pandemic.
The chairman discusses some of findings in the recent Arts Endowment report Envisioning a Future for Theater for Young Audiences, and we mark two special events we missed in April: Jazz Masters Tribute Concert and Poetry Out Loud National Finals.
Chairman Mary Anne Carter talks about the guidelines developed by the Arts Endowment for nonprofit arts organizations to help them navigate the application process for emergency funding through the CARES Act.
Chairman Mary Anne Carter talks about the impact of Covid-19 on the arts community and the 75 million dollars the National Endowment for the Arts received from Congress in the CARES Act to award to the nonprofit arts sector.
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