Tuesday, June 13, 2006
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Americans have much at stake when it comes to the success of our democratic principles and processes…the benefits of learning and participating in the arts are as essential to the tasks at hand as ever. Chief among these benefits is the role of artistic experience in sustaining the unique values and practices of American democracy itself.
Tom Birch honored for child welfare work…Kelly Barsdate appointed consulting editor of arts policy journal…UNESCO releases study on arts education world-wide…Bulk orders of Critical Evidence available now…employment opportunities at NASAA.
House approves NEA increase…Senate approves provision to speed up visa processing for artists…Charitable Tax Provisions still on the table...
How much state, federal and local funding is appropriated to the arts?
State Humanities Council Funding Totaled Nearly $63 Million in Fiscal Year 2005.