Thursday, October 13, 2011
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NASAA was recently invited to submit testimony to the Joint Committee on Arts and Cultural Resources of the Kansas Legislature. NASAA was asked to address the status of public and private funding for the arts across the nation and to speak to the role of government in promoting the arts.
In the 112th Congress, every routine fiscal measure has become an occasion for deeply partisan bickering and last-minute solutions to avoid a government shutdown or imminent credit failure. It doesn't have to be this way. . . .
Getting the arts on the (GPS) map in Nebraska . . . . Revitalizing industrial cities through the arts in Massachusetts . . . Celebrating young artists in the Virgin Islands . . .
State arts agencies invested more than $8 million in direct grants to artists last year. NASAA's newly updated fact sheet, Support for Individual Artists, provides a national overview of grants and services for artists . . .