From economics to technology, what impacts the world impacts the arts.
The future is here with advancements in video, AI, and augmented reality that could change life as we know it.
Two of Canada’s top literary magazine editors are out of a job after a call for a “Cultural Appropriation Prize.”
Trumpcare and the budget proposal dominated the news, plus Disney’s “gay moment.”
The NEA and other agencies are in a pickle. Here’s everything you need to know.
The previous administration’s landmark rulings protecting open Internet access are already being undone.
Government vs. artists at home and abroad, plus new developments in the arts’ black market, peak TV and the Lucas Museum.
When visions of a better future diverge, how do we choose a path forward?
A recounting of the evolution of NEA policies since its founding in 1965 and those policies’ impacts on the nonprofit arts sector.
Jane Chu’s signature initiative explores how creativity intersects with other sectors, and the infrastructure needed to keep it going.