We delve into new findings from National Endowment for the Arts that illuminate the changing landscape of public participation in the arts. We discuss a MLK Day workshop aimed at teaching students about the 1st Amendment. And, live music from songwriter Mary Fahl.
Seems as if I just finished reporting the Congressional stupidities over 2012 funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (after 10 months of delays and dithering, Congress approved precisely what President Obama had requested) and now here we are again, with the White House budget proposals for
Thanks to Thomas Cott of You’ve Cott Mail for highlighting this article in Crain’s New York Business about the value of collaboration among small arts organizations as typified by the Lower Manhattan Arts League.The league — which includes small groups like Access Theater and large
In response to my blog last week, "A Case for Government Funding of the Arts, Part 1," several readers posted comments which decried any connection between the arts and government, even calling for the disestablishment of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).These comments — which I expected —