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“I think there is no greater sort of envelope to talk about issues than the arts.” – Janet Langsam Since 1965, local arts agency ArtsWestchester has ensured “the availability, accessibility, and diversity of the arts,” as its mission statement reads, to artists and arts lovers alike. Based in White...
Click the link to take a look at the 2018 NEA Guide for details on the programs and activities of the NEA, as well as funding deadlines and information on Grants for Organizations, Literature Fellowships, Lifetime Honors, and Partnerships.
Young kids sitting in audience of performing center.
Erie, located at the far northwest tip of Pennsylvania on the southern shore of Lake Erie, is the fourth-largest city in the state with a population of roughly 100,000. In...
Some of the most exciting creative work taking place in the country is not seen on stages, in concert halls, or museums. It is happening in city administrative offices, in departments of long-range planning, community relations, transportation, and others. There, artists are using their expertise...
A spotlight on Erie Arts and Culture's NEA-supported Art and Industry Project.
We talk with arts leader Milton Rhodes about Winston-Salem, North Carolina's emerging role as a hub for arts and innovation.
Former NEA Chairmen celebrate the legacy of the NEA's fourth chairman, Frank Hodsoll.
Here is a collection of quotes on the importance of the arts taken from recent interviews on the Art Works blog.
Spotlight on new grantee Tippecanoe Arts Federation, located in Lafayette, Indiana.
Metro Arts Executive Director Jennifer Cole shares some ways in which arts organizations can get better at disaster preparedness.

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