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NEA and arts journalism

Washington Post Maura Judkis. Photo by Jay Westcott, Politico In the last hour on Twitter, I've read that artist William Powhida's New York show is a dud, and that Hugo Weaving's performance as the Red Skull is a high point in Captain America . These weren't opinions from published...
Juan Devis (right) interviews urban planner John Arroyo at the confluence of the Los Angeles River and the Arroyo Seco. Photo courtesy of KCET Good criticism reveals layers of hidden meaning, allowing audiences to uncover the relationship a particular work of art has to place and community. A...
by Rainey Knudson, Founder/Director, Glasstire Rainey Knudson is the founder and director of Glasstire, a website about visual art in Texas now celebrating its 10th anniversary. Photo by Everett Taasevigen Why does art criticism matter? Art criticism matters because art matters. [If youÂ’re not sure...
July 6, 2011 Washington, DC Today the National Endowment for the Arts and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation launched the Knight/NEA Community Arts Journalism Challenge , a pilot competition in eight communities served by the foundation to inspire new, innovative models for local, high-...