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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts
The NEA is an independent federal government agency that supports artistic excellence, creativity & innovation for the benefit of individuals & communities.
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts 13h
In this week’s podcast, you'll find it hard to resist Malcom J. Merriweather's love of voices joining together to make song
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
Public art transforms public spaces. Sometimes that means dancing on the side of a building or face of a cliff.
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
PODCAST: Malcom J. Merriweather’s passion is choral music. His mission? To open singers to its possibilities, students to its wide and varied paths, and audiences to its wonders.
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AEP Jul 20
Deadline Approaching! Our Town grants support creative placemaking projects that integrate , culture & design activities. Applications due: AUG. 9
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
Includes some NEA Translation Fellows! Good reading... RT : Looking for great new literature from abroad? has announced its poetry and prose longlists for the 2018 National Translation Awards:
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
When dances on the side of a building or face of a cliff, they offer a new vision for the public in a shared space.
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Zakir Hussain Jul 20
An honor to dine w d grt Stanley Clark and the gang at Molde jazz fest 🙏🙏🙏
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
“I think that the voice is the most expressive instrument, because each color, each vowel, each consonant has life through air, and through breath.” Singer and music director Malcom J. Merriweather shares his story in this week’s .
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
“We amplify so many different things—especially what is possible, and a change in one’s perspective. We draw people to the space and to an idea and to dance.” –Amelia Rudolph of
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
How three choreographers spent their no-strings-attached grants, and what they learned from the process, from
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
“Bandaloop’s work draws people to a public place and can transform their relationship to that place, as they see it not as a building or site but as an artistic canvas.”
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 20
Only in his early 30s, singer, educator, conductor and music director of @DessofChoirs Malcolm J. Merriweather has already made his mark on the world of choral music. Hear his story in this week’s podcast.
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DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) Jul 20
Check out "The Business of the Arts: Negotiations 101"
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 19
Tony-winning playwright Itamar Moses on success, failure, and the creative process
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 19
Malcom J. Merriweather’s mission is as simple as it is ambitious: “Impacting the world through the gift of music.” Hear more in this week’s .
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Valerie Norville Jul 19
Making public which schools offer which arts courses is key for increasing student access and participation in the arts, and states are ramping up
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Nat'l Endow f/t Arts Jul 19
"It always helps to get external validation that counters those destructive narratives that you're carrying around inside your head." -Playwright Itamar Moses on winning a Tony for
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Rasmuson Foundation Jul 19
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MACartsDC Jul 18
Did you know? is the only national park dedicated solely to the performing arts. You can see many great performances this summer & throughout the year. Thanks , & for mainting this treasure!
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Monk Institute Jul 19
A belated congratulations to the legends recently announced as the 2019 . Our heartfelt thanks to Stanley Crouch, Bob Dorough, Abdullah Ibrahim & for all they have done to preserve and advance the art of jazz!
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