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WASHINGTON – Nearly 28 million U.S. adults have some type of disability related to hearing, sight, cognition, walking, and other activities of daily living. The latest NEA research offers the first, nationally representative analysis of arts-participation patterns among people...
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Washington, DC --The tri-annual public meeting of the National Council on the Arts takes place on Friday, June 26, 2015, and will be live webcast at from 9:00 to 11:30 am EDT. The meeting includes agency business as well as guest presentations. An archived version of...
Headshots of the 2015 NEA National Heritage Fellows
Washington, DC—One of the strengths of our nation is our constantly evolving artistic landscape. Each year the National Endowment for the Arts celebrates master folk and traditional artists that embody this strength and diversity of culture. The recipients of this year’s NEA...


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