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Ukraine’s parliament on Sunday voted through two laws that will place severe restrictions on Russian books and music as Kyiv seeks to break many remaining cultural ties between the two countries following Moscow’s invasion.
On Wednesday, at the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies hearing on the FY 2023 budget, Chairs Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and Shelly Lowe of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced their intentions to establish Chief Diversity Officer positions within their respective agencies.
"Every year, the month of June is celebrated as LGBTQ+ Pride Month throughout our nation. Pride is a community celebration of acceptance, identity, and belonging..."
Statistics show that although great improvements have been made in the film sphere, men are overwhelmingly the filmmakers behind the titles released.
Americans for the Arts has introduced a new version of its Arts + Social Impact Explorer, a comprehensive database of example projects and research about the role of arts in community life.
The global rise of NFTs has been massive, but in Africa, the ascent has been meteoric, especially in countries with burgeoning art ecosystems.