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Here's a sneak peek at a roundtable we are hosting on creating more opportunities for deaf theater artists.
Ready for a little Friday fun? Great, us too. See if you can guess the Big Read title from the emojis below. The answer key is beneath! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Answers 1. The Great Gatsby 2. Fahrenheit 451 3. The Grapes of Wrath 4. The Maltese Falcon 5. A Farewell to Arms 6. Old School 7. Sun,...
"Let the children boogie. " -David Bowie, “Starman” For years before Every Student Succeeds, which the President signed into law last month, proponents of K-12 arts education were fond of claiming that a federal focus on test-based accountability—particularly for math and reading—had the unintended...
Theater advocate and arts administrator Howard Sherman muses on three books that changed his life (and sneaks in a fourth featuring everyone's favorite beagle).
Find out how Boise Art Museum brought art and the history of WWII together in their new exhibition.
In this Notable Quotable, Charter Oak Cultural Center's Donna Berman shares why she thinks the arts are a vital part of our lives.
In our most popular blog post of 2015, NEA staff shared why the arts are important to them.
In our second most popular blog post of 2015, NEA Chair Jane Chu talks about the importance of arts in education.
Our third most popular blog post of 2015 was an advice column!
In our fourth most popular post of 2015, NEA Accessibility Director Beth Bienvenu and NCCA's Gay Hanna talk about creative aging.

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