Wish your kids loved jazz as much as you do? Here are some tips for getting them started.
In advance of next week's Grantmakers in the Arts conference, three participants discuss the relationship between the arts and international relations.
Have you browsed our 50th anniversary website yet? The United States of Arts section features the stories people from across the U.S. have submitted to help celebrate 50 years of the National Endowment for the Arts creating opportunties for all Americans to engage in the arts. Below you'll find...
In our new issue of NEA Arts magazine , we're celebrating the National Endowment for the Arts' 50th anniversary. The voices featured in the issue are a representative sample of the many artists and arts organizations we—and by extension you—have supported over the years. To quote from the magazine'...
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Deputy Administrator Dava Newman talk about the importance of the arts in their lives.
NEA Staff share why the arts matter to them.
A band playing at a museum.
In the words of NEA Jazz Master Wynton Marsalis, “Jazz music is America’s past and its potential, summed up and sanctified, and accessible to anybody who learns to listen to,...
A version of this article originally appeared in The Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society (March 2008) . In The Fabric of the Cosmos, Brian Greene’s introduction to theoretical physics for a lay audience, the author enthusiastically summarizes the essence of string theory—and its unique...
An interview with the highly inventive musical duo Chargaux.
We're playing musical cheers on this Blue Star Museums roadtrip.