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"People don't think about architecture as an export so we wanted to spread awareness about that...." -- Kara Meyer The Venice Biennale , founded in 1895, is a major multi-month, international, contemporary art exhibition that takes place each year in Venice, Italy. The featured...
“We in the book community are in the middle of a sustained conversation about diversity. We talk about our need for diverse books with diverse characters written by diverse writers. I wholeheartedly agree. But I have noticed an undercurrent of fear in many of our discussions. We’re...
“I identify mostly as being indigenous, but I'm in a world where I wear Western clothes and I speak English, so respect for the tradition of my people comes in little ways. My kids have traditional middle names, spoken in the language of my tribe, and [I’m] making sure my kids...
A few weeks ago, we posted a new audio gem to our Shortcuts section , of actor Charles Keating reading Edgar Allan Poe 's poem "The Bells." His recitation was so perfectly eerie that it seemed only appropriate to have you take a listen on Halloween, that Poe-iest day of the year...
Coming soon to arts.gov --the new issue of NEA Arts ! Healing Properties looks at arts projects in healthcare settings, from the National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Fort Belvoir to a clinic for amputees in India to a children's hospital and much more. Stay tuned for when the issue goes...
"We all live transdisciplinary lives; no one thing defines us. So why not embrace transdisciplinary work? Whatever your field, there is always value in some outside perspective." -- Rachel Sussman You can read the entire Art (and Science) Talk with Rachel Sussman here ...
We know you have your Halloween playlist handled--really there's no such thing as too many times to listen to "Monster Mash" or "Thriller"--but what about your Halloween reading list? Don't worry, we took care of that for you. Below is expert advice from NEA Literary...
On Tuesday, we announced a new addition to our Big Read library : Brother, I’m Dying by Edwidge Danticat. This memoir—our first nonfiction Big Read title—tells the story of Danticat’s family, and their long and winding journey from Haiti to the United States. Although...
A preview of a YouTube playlist featuring pop, jazz, and folk musicians we've spoken to for the Art Works blog.
It's a well known fact that a little Renee Fleming makes everything better. And she's just one of the artists on our Art Talks Playlist: Strings + Voices, which features musicians who've joined us on the Art Works blog. Here are a couple of songs to get you started. Click through to...

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