The NEA and other agencies are in a pickle. Here’s everything you need to know.
With Trump in the White House, Arts Issues Are Everyone’s Issues Now
The fates of artists, the free press, and democracy are intertwined. We’d better start acting like it.
Who Will Be the Next Arts Revolutionary?
The story of how the nonprofit arts sector got started offers would-be changemakers some clues.
Detroit Institute of Arts Collection Rescued by “Grand Bargain” (and other November stories)
It took two years, nearly $1 billion, and a deus ex machina – but the DIA’s art is finally safe from creditors.
Artists shaking up and strengthening communities in rural America
Arts strategies in out-of-the-way places are re-energizing towns, sparking meaningful conversations, and attracting younger residents and visitors.”
Around the horn: John Oliver edition
ART AND THE GOVERNMENT Two new Presidential cabinet nominees, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, have pro-arts backgrounds according to Americans for the Arts’s Bob Lynch. The Atlanta Regional Commission is one of the only metropolitan planning organizations and one of the largest communities to date to attempt to bring the arts and creativeRead More