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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.
Government vs. artists at home and abroad, plus new developments in the arts’ black market, peak TV and the Lucas Museum.
Jane Chu and William Adams take the helms of the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities, respectively, while state and local arts budgets around the country finally show signs of (gasp!) growth.
Both the NEA and the NEH have new official leaders this month: Jane Chu, head of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, will be the 11th chair of the NEA; William “Bro” Adams, formerly president of Colby College, will be the 10th chair of the NEH. Respected internal acting chairsRead More
FEDERAL In the recently released federal budget for fiscal year 2015, President Obama proposes a meager increase in allocations for the arts compared to last year. Federally-backed museums will enjoy the bulk of that increase, while funding for NEA and NEH is essentially unchanged after factoring in inflation. Speaking of those agencies, President Obama also announced his plan to appointRead More