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A ruling was handed down by an Iranian court earlier this month noting that teaching traditional Iranian dance corrupts the nation's youth. An Iranian-American dancer was banned from leaving Iran for 10 years and from giving dance classes for life.
The New York Public Library has announced its 15 new fellows for its Center for Scholars and Writers. 'The Center offers a nine-month fellowship that allows researchers and creative writers to work at the library on projects involving the use of its collections.'
Elaine L. Chao, Secretary of Labor, has recently sworn in five new members in the National Council of the Arts, at the 144th meeting of the National Council on the Arts.
A recent survey released by 'Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley', notes that its residents crave more culture, but the civic and political support doesn't measure up.
'Textiles: A Hands-On Folk Art' notes that 'One of the grand narratives running through the American Museum of Natural History can be found in its textiles.'
'The New World Border' reports that whilst 'International theater festivals have become a staple of summer, foreign artists wishing to perform in the U.S. have never had a tougher time entering the country'.