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Our Milestone videos celebrate the nation's foremost arts organizations.
Former NEA Chairmen celebrate the legacy of the NEA's fourth chairman, Frank Hodsoll.
Learn about our regional arts organizations through our "United States of the Arts: Tell Us Your Art Story" film series!
Thanks to Alice Merrill Horne, Utah can claim the first state-sponsored arts agency in the nation. At the young age of thirty, Horne ran for the 3rd Utah Legislature specifically to advance an arts agenda and was elected — becoming only the third female legislator in the state. In 1899, she...
U.S. Representative Alma Adams, who represents North Carolina's 12th District, talks about her life in the arts.
Wichita celebrates the community's vast cultures through the Big Read.
Quote from NEA Chairman Jane Chu's welcoming remarks made at the Congressional Maker Caucus event.
We asked our partners at the state arts agencies and regional arts organizations which artists they wanted to say thank you to. Here's what they had to say.
President Barack Obama on the importance of artists and the American creative spirit.
12 factoids you may not know about the National Endowment for the Arts,

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