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Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee Renderings of the proposed facade of 477 S. Main, from Rebecca Conrad at Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects. Memphis, Tennessee, incorporated in 1826, is known for its rich and vibrant culture. The city government has been focusing on leveraging and amplifying the city's arts...
Washington, DC From left: Daniel Breaker, Nic Few, Warner Miller, and Nicoye Banks in The Ballad of Emmett Till, by Ifa Bayeza, part of Eugene O?Neill Theater Center?s 2007 National Playwright?s Conference. Photo by Keith Jochim Congratulations are due to all of this year?s Tony Award nominees, but...
January 26, 2010 Washington, DC On Friday, January 15, the weekend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman had an opportunity to visit Memphis, Tennesee, a momentous site in Civil Rights history, now home to several cultural revitalization initiatives. He was invited by the...
January 14, 2010 Washington, DC "River City" is the next stop on Rocco Landesman's "Art Works" tour across America. The NEA Chair has arrived in Memphis, Tennessee, at the invitation of Barbara and Pitt Hyde of the Hyde Family Foundations for a full day of activity tomorrow...