Thursday, July 5, 2007
List your statewide event in the Community Calendar
One major premise that has persisted through the four decades since the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) jump-started the creation and funding of state arts agencies is that the primary vehicles through which government would provide access and excellence in the arts would be not-for-profit, tax exempt organizations. In a changing environment, even this premise is worthy of scrutiny....
Arizona Governor receives national award...New Executive Director in New York...NEA Chairman Gioia addresses Stanford grads... Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission honors Dan Harpole...Cultural Data Project launches in Maryland... New website supports nonprofit musicians, music educators
House votes major increase in NEA funding...Arts Education funding moves forward.
Which arts organizations in my state have received National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant awards?
Most States End 2007 on a High Note, But Voice Concerns About the Future