A look at the leadership of the Arts Endowment’s Accessibility Office in making accessibility a priority for arts organizations nationwide, and organizations working in the field like Dancing Wheels and ArtMix.
A look at the new Arts Endowment research report "Why We Engage: Attending, Creating, and Performing Art," based on large, nationally representative survey data about adults’ reasons for doing certain arts activities.
In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into the law the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965 (P.L. 89-209) "to provide for the establishment of the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities to promote progress ...
As a child, Sandra Cisneros read voraciously, taking in “the language of books and writing and magic and mystery.” It was only much later, while attending the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, that Cisneros realized that her own language of working-class Mexic...
Here and abroad, cultural researchers are doing their level best to track the arts participation habits of the general public during COVID-19. These insights will help the sector adjust more effectively in the near term.
This is a Labor Day shout-out to all the arts workers and organizations who contribute so mightily to the nation’s economic and cultural vitality and to the social and emotional well-being of its residents and communities.
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