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Randy Cohen on C-SPAN Discussing National Arts Funding

Americans for the Arts’ Vice President of Research, Randy Cohen, joined the National Endowment for the Art’s Sunil Iyengar for C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal”  on Friday, November 29 to talk about federal arts funding. This 30-minute “America by the Numbers” segment focused on National Endowment for the Arts’ recent survey on public partipation of the arts, which is conducted and released every few years. SPPA.

Randy and Sunil spoke about how U.S. government funding of the arts ranked among other domestic programs and internationally, changes in public arts participation, public policy and the arts, and positive outcomes associated with arts education and participation.

If you missed it, watch the video on C-SPAN’s website HERE – and you can still comment on the segment or tweet questions directly to Randy @artsinfoguy on Twitter.

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