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National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day

May 9, 2012 by Rocco Landesman HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius offered remarks at the first ever-convening between our two agencies in March 2011. Photo by NEA staff Today is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, an annual observance that encourages communities across the country to discuss, celebrate, and raise the visibility of issues and resources around […]

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Art Works Podcast: David Seidler

August 11, 2011 By Josephine Reed Colin Firth in The King’s Speech. Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company This week’s podcast features a conversation with David Seidler, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of The King’s Speech. The film also received the much-coveted best picture nod, as well as an Oscar for Colin Firth’s portrayal of England’s […]

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The Accessibility and Affordability of the Arts

As the news cycle has been dominated with concerns over the debt ceiling and the potential dangers associate with default, we are painfully reminded that our economy is far from stable. It seems increasingly likely that the way forward will include some kind of austerity measures, such as spending cuts, downsizing of government agencies, and […]

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