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Americans for the Arts is celebrating National Arts and Humanities Week in October; this year's theme is based on arts education and the need for every child in America to have a comprehensive, high quality education in the arts.
In considering a move downtown from the Lincoln Center, the New York City Opera is seriously looking at the site of a heavily damaged landmark building south of ground zero, enlisting Merrill Lynch as a financial adviser.
The annual Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is becoming an increasingly important event to both Native American artists, individual collectors and museums - 'it has become a great launching for any Native American who wants to get discovered and noticed.'
The Los Angeles Unified School District is abandoning plans for a traditional high school at its former downtown headquarters and instead plans to spend about $20 million more to build a performing and visual arts academy.
Cleveland Playhouse, with 10,000 seats, is America's second-largest performing arts center, after Manhattan's Lincoln Center. 'It's a rare case of a flourishing nonprofit arts foundation that earns its own keep - taking just a smidgen of government aid and private donations.'