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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'...
12 factoids you may not know about the National Endowment for the Arts,
NEA Staff share why the arts matter to them.

Mayor Joseph P. Riley of Charleston, South Carolina, and the National Endowment for the Arts have had a long and fruitful history. Mayor since 1975, Riley’s visionary leadership has been instrumental in Charleston’s remarkable revitalization: Riley developed attractive and practical affordable...

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.

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