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Website Explores Arts-Youth Links.

More than 200 programs around the country that use the arts to foster youth development are linked to expert interviews, model curricula, and tips for communities in a new online feature of the Benton Foundation's website, <>.

The online features annotates and links hundreds of research reports, profiles of artists and model programs, and includes the voices and creations of children shown through video and audio features. The website also offers connections to more than, 1,200 other children's issues sites and a database of more than 1,000 children's groups nationwide.

The Benton Foundation is a private, nonprofit foundation that works to realize the social benefits made possible by the public interest use of communications.

Details: Paula Antonovich, 202, 638-5770; fax, 202-638-5771.
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Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Date:Nov 30, 1998
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