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Ruth, 97, creates tile sculptures as part of the Creative Aging outreach program at Woodlands Senior Living in Waterville, Maine. Photo by program facilitator Denise Rohdin

Nurturing Lifelong Health and Wellness

Thirty-three state arts agencies are participating in the National Center for Creative Aging ENGAGE initiative to foster health and wellness for seniors through the arts. » More

Ruth, 97, creates tile sculptures as part of the Creative Aging outreach program at Woodlands Senior Living in Waterville, Maine. Photo by program facilitator Denise Rohdin

Supported by the Iowa Arts Council's Art in State Buildings Program, James Sanborn's Iacto (2004) graces the campus of the University of Iowa. Photo courtesy of Iowa Arts Council and University of Iowa

Enriching Public Places

State arts agencies support artworks that bring public spaces to life. Discover Ten Great Reasons to Support Public Art! » More

Supported by the Iowa Arts Council's Art in State Buildings Program, James Sanborn's Iacto (2004) graces the campus of the University of Iowa. Photo courtesy of Iowa Arts Council and University of Iowa

Fostering Creativity and Innovation

Support from state arts agencies, like the Virginia Commission for the Arts, helps arts entrepreneurs to pursue fresh ideas and new ventures. » More

With help from its state arts agency, Synetic Theater travels throughout Virginia performing its unique style of physical theatre. Photo by Johnny Shryock, courtesy Synetic Theater

With help from its state arts agency, Synetic Theater travels throughout Virginia performing its unique style of physical theatre.

Promoting Rural Vitality

The Kentucky Arts Council and other state arts agencies cultivate statewide markets for rural artists. » More

Watercolorist Lu Fuller, a Kentucky Arts Council featured artist and a Kentucky Crafted exhibitor, remembers her dad's old Farmall Super H in "Workhorse Resting."

Watercolorist Lu Fuller, a Kentucky Arts Council featured artist and a Kentucky Crafted exhibitor, remembers her dad's old Farmall Super H in ''Workhorse Resting.''
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