2013 Guide to the National Endowment for the Arts

2013 Guide to the National Endowment for the Arts

The 2013 Guide provides details on the programs and activities that the NEA supports, as well as funding deadlines for our various grants.

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The Oregon Community Foundation seeking your ideas!

Jules Masterjohn of the Rogue Gallery and Art Center just sent us this email, saying “The Oregon Community Foundation WANTS TO HEAR FROM ARTS-INVOLVED southern Oregonians about what we need in the arts in southern Oregon. If you read her entire email, you will understand the impact that people’s voices will have on funding for the arts in Oregon!” This is very important to the future funding of arts and education in Oregon,as the OCF has just received a large gift, and they want our thoughts on how to prioritize the 6-7 million dollars in annual funding this gift will provide. Please read, and go to the survey using the link below to offer your opinion by answering 5 questions BEFORE JULY 6TH!!

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A Fresh Look at The Rite of Spring

April 25, 2012 By Rebecca Gross A Rite of Spring at One Hundred brochure, featuring an image of Béjart Ballet Lausanne performing Le Sacre du printemps. Image courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts This morning, the NEA announced 928 new grants, totaling $77.17 million in funding. Congratulations to all our new grantees, and thank you to […]

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Spotlight on Cave Canem

February 9, 2012 by Paulette Beete Some of the 2011 Cave Canem Fellows with instructor Carl Phillips (back row, 2nd from right). Photo by Rachel Eliza Griffiths You might not expect Pompeii to figure significantly in the history of African-American literature, but it was a visit to the ancient buried city that inspired the name […]

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The Art of Marine Debris?

November 18, 2011 By Victoria Hutter Visual artist Anne Percoco created a mobile sculpture Indra’s Cloud made of more than 1,000 water bottles sewn together with plastic rope. The sculpture was floated down the severely polluted Yamuna River in India and around the town Vrindavan to highlight the profoundly degraded condition of the river as […]

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Spotlight on Say Sí

October 14, 2011 by Victoria Hutter Jon Hinojosa with students from Say Si. Photo courtesy of Say Si “We believe that each student that joins our program is there not only to gain wisdom but to impart wisdom.” – Jon Hinojosa Jon Hinojosa is the artistic and executive director of SAY Sí, a multidisciplinary arts […]

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