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In last month's post for this series , I blogged about a speech given by Alan Krueger, chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. I'm not stalking the President's chief economic aide, I assure you, yet I did observe that in...
by David J. Loehr, editor and artistic director, 2amt David J. Loehr. Photo by Heather Loehr Photography I was always the one in the back of the class, passing notes and making jokes. If you follow my personal Twitter account ( @dloehr ), this will not surprise you. Sure, I could follow along, read...
Nancy Rodgers © Exploratorium Physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer founded the Exploratorium in 1969 as a museum of art, science, and human perception. A hybrid between a laboratory and a public museum, the Exploratorium’s roots lie in an interdisciplinary approach to understanding...
Washington, DC In case you missed it at the National Council on the Arts meeting last week, here's Ann Markusen presenting her new report (produced with Anne Gadwa) on creative placemaking, commissioned by the Mayors' Institute on City Design. You can download a pdf of the report from our...
Washington, DC Rocco restarts his Art Works tour with a trip to North Carolina. He will be in Winston-Salem and Greensboro on September 10 and 11. Highlights of the trip include a town hall discussion at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts entitled ?Art Works: The Impact of Arts and...
April 7, 2010 Washington, DC As has been noted earlier on the Art Works blog, among Chairman Landesman?s tour stops was the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia on March 2. Site visits, meetings, and public forums filled the day and introduced Rocco to the impressive work of the artists and arts...
April 6, 2010 Boise, ID Guest Blogger: Mark Hofflund, Managing Director, Idaho Shakespeare Festival Chairman Landesman with Mark Hofflund (left) and Boise Mayor David H. Bieter on the Art Works Tour. Photo by Kyle Morgan It was a great day in Idaho yesterday. How fortunate we are to know NEA...
April 6, 2010 Boise, ID Writer Marilynne Robinson has never forgotten the Northwest landscape of her childhood. Her first novel, the acclaimed Housekeeping (an NEA Big Read selection), takes place in the fictional town of Fingerbone -- loosely based on Sandpoint, Idaho, where she grew up -- which...
March 19, 2010 Washington, DC Christina Augello as pirate queen Grace O'Malley in A Most Notorious Woman , a one-woman show by Maggie Cronin. Photo by Laurie Gallant As Rocco heads back from his Art Works trip to California, we're taking a closer look at a few of the state's artists and arts...
March 19, 2010 San Diego & Los Angeles, CA According to Rocco, his nearly week-long visit to California has been ?educational, informational, and incredibly informative.? We caught up with the Chairman yesterday for a few moments as he was leaving a panel on San Francisco?s urban revitalization...

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