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In this milestone video, we feature the NEA Literature Fellowship program, which has supported American creative writers since 1965 and translators since 1981. We look at the program through interviews with Creative Writing Fellows Joy Harjo and Michael Cunningham and Translation Fellow Esther…
Read our first-person piece by Judge Millett about participating in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Mock Trials here. …
At a recent student matinee of A Christmas Story at the Cleveland Play House, two young girls clutched each other’s hands before the show started. Pamela DiPasquale, education director for Cleveland Play House, asked the girls if they were nervous. She recalls them asking, “‘Is it going…
NEA State & Regional Partnership staff will conduct the second of three two-hour panel meetings to review Partnership Agreement applications.
NEA State & Regional Partnership staff will conduct the third of three two-hour panel meetings to review Partnership Agreement applications.
NEA State & Regional Partnership staff will conduct the first of three two-hour panel meetings to review Partnership Agreement applications.
“Books make great gifts because they have whole worlds inside of them. And it’s much cheaper to buy somebody a book than it is to buy them the whole world.” — Neil Gaiman
Need a break from holiday shopping? Sink into a comfy chair, grab your pumpkin-spice latte, and see if you can…
Sometimes you go to junior college just to play basketball and then, years later, thanks to the continuing encouragement of a series of mentors, you find that you’re not only a published poet teaching at a prestigious university but you’re also this close to having your PhD. At least that’s how…
With her memoir, It’s What I Do, Lynsey Addario explains how and why she covers war.
Read the complete interview with Angela Pozzi of Washed Ashore here. …
Washington, DC—For its first major grant funding round of fiscal year 2017, the National Endowment for the Arts announced more than $30 million will be awarded to nonprofit organizations and individuals across the country for grants in the areas of Art Works, Art Works: Creativity…
In many ways, “screen time” has become the scourge of modern parenting. At what age should children be given digital devices? How many hours a day should they use them? Is it safe for their brains? For their eyes? For their social development?
But Houston nonprofit…
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FY 2017 Challenge America
Community Development Manager
Nebraska Arts Council
China Performing Arts Exchange Panel
September 7, 2016
Vice President of International Programming and Dance
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Alison M. Friedman
Ping Pong Productions…
I don’t believe there’s any benefit in having regrets, but, you know, having my whole life carved into my body, it eliminates the luxury of denial. – Scott Campbell
The deep-seated human desire to mark a loss, a transition, or…
Art Works: Creativity Connects – Panel A
July 19, 2016
Elizabeth Aldrich (Layperson)
Arts Patron, Community Volunteer
Felipe Castelblanco Olaya
Visual Artist, Curator, Arts Educator
Mark Y. Miyake
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Minot Area Council of the Arts
Nathan Owen Brown