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The National Endowment For The Arts has awarded $1.5 million to nonprofit arts organizations to help them develop distinctive ways of using new technology to advance the art and serve the public. Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 151
The press has its part in culture war. (Convention Speeches). Partsch, Frank Dec 22, 2002 613
Grants awarded to 14 theatre companies. Sep 1, 2002 1212
The Canadian Opera Company received two awards of $250,000 each from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and the Canada Council for the Arts. (Competitions and Awards). So, Joseph Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 139
A number of grants were awarded to Canadian opera companies under the new Opera Fund, a collaboration between Opera America and the Professional Opera Companies of Canada. (Competitors and Awards). So, Joseph Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 365
Arts advocates visit D.C. (News from TCG). Brief Article May 1, 2002 586
Pining for cash: we have already entered a world in which the American version of history and cultural identity is so pervasive as to obscure all other views. Oct 1, 2001 1954
Having Their Say. Molarsky, Mona Sep 1, 2001 1421
GRANTS GO TO DANCE. HANNA, JUDITH LYNNE Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 719
ENDOWMENT'S IVEY To STEP DOWN. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 123
CULTURE: SWEDISH PRESIDENCY CONSIDERS THE PLIGHT OF ARTISTS. Brief Article Jan 17, 2001 318
The Art of the Vote. PHILP, RICHARD Nov 1, 2000 1051
Support for Arts Jumps. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 279
AMONG THE PHILISTINES. SHEA, CHRISTOPHER Mar 13, 2000 2662
YOU CALL THAT ART!? Polter, Julie Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 772
Funding for DANCE. Prevots, Naima Dec 1, 1999 1884
Notes & Comments: September 1999. Sep 1, 1999 1726
THE NEA'S WILLIAM IVEY. Samuels, Shayna Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 821
Art and imperium. Edmundson, Mark Jun 29, 1998 2695
ART, from France to the US. Danto, Arthur Coleman Jun 29, 1998 2820
NEA: Ivey enters a new league. Stern, Christopher Column Jun 22, 1998 565
Arts more cake than icing. Tsang, Susan Jun 15, 1998 829
Who killed culture? Freund, Charles Paul Mar 1, 1998 4678
NEA grants, round one: awards in two of the agency's divisions are announced. Feb 1, 1998 814
Trouble at NEA: exit Alexander. Ben-Itzak, Paul Brief Article Dec 1, 1997 895
Sex and taxes. Abraham, Julie Editorial Oct 20, 1997 882
Jane Alexander: promoter of arts. Weiss, Stefanie; Reiss, Tammy Interview Sep 1, 1997 897
Art for the right reasons. Honan, William H. Editorial Sep 1, 1997 957
(Con)fusion Politics. Sullivan, John Sep 1, 1997 1141
Again. Philp, Richard Editorial Sep 1, 1997 912
How strong is NEA support? Clark, Marika Sep 1, 1997 815
Clinton seeks 40 percent increase in NEA funding. Clark, Marika May 1, 1997 561
The power of consensus. Transcript Apr 1, 1997 649
The NEA gets gay-bashed; gay themes again become the focus of a pitched battle over federal funding of the arts. Moss, J. Jennings Brief Article Apr 1, 1997 704
I hear America singing: the arts will flower without the NEA. Rice, William Craig Mar 1, 1997 5266
NEA grants, round one: awards in two of the agency's four new divisions announced. S.N. Feb 1, 1997 738
The duck stops here. Sullivan, John Jan 1, 1997 1004
A more dangerous vulture. Austin-Smith, Brenda Nov 1, 1996 646
Exemption extinction? What happens when a public good is subject to a free market? Nunns, Stephen Sep 1, 1996 1771
Letter from South Africa. Sulcas, Roslyn Aug 1, 1996 1068
Is Congress easing up on the NEA? Nunns, Stephen Jul 1, 1996 1504
Cutback fever hits Canadian arts. Blinch, Russell Apr 1, 1996 949
To Newt on art. Miller, Arthur Cover Story Jul 31, 1995 956
House-Senate arts bills clash. Janowitz, Barbara Jul 1, 1995 1943
Valuing ideas and culture. Brademas, John Jun 1, 1995 2332
The arts: singing the blues. Loyacono, Laura L. May 1, 1995 2936
Art's progress. May 1, 1995 2123
Martial arts. Schneider, Robert Apr 1, 1995 969
Modest proposals proliferate: the conservative juggernaut provokes - surprise! - some hearty laughter. O'Quinn, Jim; Feingold, Michael Apr 1, 1995 840
Artistic licenses. Gillespie, Nick Apr 1, 1995 960
French funding overlooks classicists. Sulcas, Roslyn Mar 1, 1995 506
Is the NEA's number up? Janowitz, Barbara Feb 1, 1995 1174
Mood swings. Zesch, Lindy Editorial Jan 1, 1995 1020
Election overshadows NEA changes. Janowitz, Barbara Jan 1, 1995 825
The true mandate: fund the arts. Philp, Richard Editorial Jan 1, 1995 926
Kickoff. Philp, Richard Editorial Oct 1, 1994 925
Embattled NEA under the gun again. Janowitz, Barbara Sep 1, 1994 2161
Arts hold their own in Clinton budget. Janowitz, Barbara Apr 1, 1994 1032
Next year on the Hill: Judith Golub lays out a battle plan for arts advocates. Janowitz, Barbara Mar 1, 1994 3627
NEA emerges intact: Congressional process is a tortuous path. Janowitz, Barbara Jan 1, 1994 1011
Vile bodies. Danto, Arthur Coleman Editorial Jun 8, 1992 488
Artful dodging & the C-word. Austin-Smith, Brenda Apr 1, 1992 747
Pork barrel art. Editorial Mar 16, 1992 582
How safe is it? Ziesler, Peter Editorial Feb 1, 1992 861
National endowment for administrators; the NEA's real problem isn't crucifixes in urine - it's bureaucrats in Dubuque. Mundy, Liza Jun 1, 1991 1710
A decency czar? Fiss, Owen M. editorial Apr 15, 1991 757
Federal Writers' Project. Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 168
Sour charity. editorial Dec 7, 1985 622

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