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10 Apr

Losing the NEA? How President Trump’s Budget Could Affect Arts Programs in Your Community

Two months into his presidency, Donald Trump has released "America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again." The 2018 fiscal year budget plan sent shockwaves through arts and culture circles because the proposal calls for the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) More

Aash's Corner

28 Apr

The Art of Music

Music has unlimited potential. Often considered the universal language, it has the capacity to form connections between people, change lives, and create emotion seemingly out of nowhere. The only thing that could hope to rival the overwhelming might of music is visual art. More


Inside LEAD

16 Sep

Diversity in Accessibility

Early in August, hundreds of arts professionals flocked to Pittsburgh, PA to attend the Kennedy Center’s Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability (LEAD) Conference. Go inside LEAD with our own Lisa Husseini as she shares her experience with us. More

State of Arts Education

30 Apr

Unequal Access to Arts Education in the Bronx

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer recently released “State ... More

Summer Vacation Series

10 Sep

Home in the Land of Sea and Sun

How I Spent My Summer Vacation By Tricia Smith, President   ... More

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