Features

Memorial in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Twenty years after a truck bomb killed 168 people in Oklahoma City, Jackie L. Jones, then head of the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, can still vividly recall certain images...
We dip into the Art Works archives for a piece on arts and community by Laura Zabel of Springboard for the Arts.
A look at the New York City transit system's public art program, MTA Art and Design.
Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation Executive Director Nick Tilsen talks about the importance of the community in developing a new Our Town project.
A second edition of advice for artists taken from Art Talk interviews.
Located in Savannah, Georgia, Deep Center is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the literacy of low-income children through creative writing. The NEA recently awarded Deep Center an NEA Our Town grant to support Block by Block, a project that encourages students to use research and...
NEA Design Director Jason Schupbach talks about how creative placemaking projects are addressing the issue of inequity.
Jessica Garz of the Surdna Foundation sets the stage for the upcoming Social Impact Design webinar.
When we think of good design, we might think of pleasing aesthetics or functional utility. Rarely, however, do we associate design with civil rights. And yet for someone in a wheelchair, “the courthouse steps meant that you weren't equal in the halls of justice. The school steps—you couldn't really...
We know a lady never tells her age, but we can't help it--we're excited to be turning 50 this September! And how do we plan to celebrate? By sharing your stories of how the arts have impacted and made a difference in your lives. Whether you want to send us photos, make a video, sing a song, or...

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