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The NEA's current budget is a little less than fifty cents per American per year. America can afford to support the arts financially. This article provides a few reasons why our government should want to support the arts.
There are more substantive reasons for valuing arts education than the current 'arts assist academics' perspective.
An agreement Cultural Cooperation was signed between the National Institute of Culture (INAC) and the Society Friends of the Museum of Afro-Antillean Panama (SAMAAP). The agreement aims to promote joint cooperation...
A new series of public service advertisements designed to promote the benefits of arts education has been launched across the USA.
Chris Wilkinson considers instrumental and intrinsic arguments in support of the arts, focussing on arts education.
The recent controversy surrounding bill C-10 rekindled the old debate about arts subsidies. Why do we need them?