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The SOMA Pilipinas-Filipino Cultural Heritage District in San Francisco will serve as a state-designated Cultural District.
Musicians and county corrections team up to change lives.
Former inmate and Actors' Gang student Wendy Stag shares her personal story of learning to cope with trauma and negative emotion at the Los Angeles Hope Festival.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics are the center of attention in most US public schools today. But training in the arts has been shown to improve creativity and innovation. This info-graphic shows the benefits of both.
More and more, medical schools in the U.S. are investing in curriculum and programming around the arts.
Student passions and potential emerge within the NEA Poetry Out Loud program.
Arts programs aren't just for kicks; they're integral to kids' learning.
During National Arts in Education Week, Americans for the Arts CEO Robert Lynch shares his thoughts on "the vision of a better America through the arts."
Nevada County Arts Council has just wrapped workshops called Acting Up at the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility.
The Homeless Art Project, which began with a four-week program focusing on homeless veterans, will include a series of additional four-week programs geared to specific homeless people, including homeless mothers and children.
The mural marks a confluence of Davis' priorities for creative place-making and healthy neighborhoods with the CAC's Artists Activating Communities program.