For more than two decades, the Grand Canyon Music Festival Native American Composers Apprentice Project, a long-time Arts Endowment grantee, has empowered student composers in rural Native-American communities to make their voices soar.
For Jen Benka, poetry is her day job, evening job, and every other time of day job as well. We recently spoke with Benka about the Academy of American Poets, the pandemic, and her vision for the future of poetry.
In this video Jafreen Uddin of the Asian American Writers' Workshop shares what Arts Endowment funding makes possible for AAAW and why she's excited that arts and culture organizations are being included in the American Rescue Plan.
NEA Dance Director Sara Nash spoke with Alice Sheppard and Laurel Lawson of Kinetic Light about disability aesthetics and culture in dance, and reimagining the arts world to better support and elevate artists with disabilities.
As we mark the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, here is a collection of National Endowment for the Arts interviews, research, and other resources at the intersection of arts and accessibility.