SEARCH RESULTS FOR LOCAL ARTS AGENCIES IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 106 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Arizona Commission on the Arts
Date of Publication:
A Resource guide for establishing and developing a local arts agency published by the Arizona Commission on the Arts.
Author(s): Kahn, Mary E.
Date of Publication: Feb 28, 1995
Arts incubators are a new, but growing, phenomena in the world of local arts agencies. They are facilities that create a nurturing environment for small and emerging arts organizations by offering low-cost or subsidized space and services.
Author(s): Halpin, Margaret and Martin, Linda
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 1993
December 1993 Monograph explores results of a National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (NALAA) survey of local arts agencies (LAAs) engaged in international exchange.
Author(s): Gard, Robert E.
Date of Publication: 1966
In 1966, the National Council on the Arts awarded its first grant for development of the arts in small communities. The three-year grant, reflecting the Council's concern for arts at the grass-roots level, was awarded to the Office of Community Arts Development, Wisconsin Idea Theatre of University Extension, The University of Wisconsin, Madison. The grant, financed by the National Endowment for the Arts, was to be an extension of the aims of the Wisconsin Idea Theatre and dealt specifically with ways of developing greater interest and participation in the arts in communities of 10,000 or less
Author(s): Illinois Arts Council, Community Development Division
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1984
Each listing in this directory includes the name, address, phone number, contact person(s), board president and the are served by a local arts council, arts center, or university/college with community arts development interests in Illinois. A local arts council is defined as a community or regional organization or agency of city government, which provides financial support, services or other programs for a variety of arts organizations, individual artists and the community.
Author(s): Blount, Winton Malcom
Date of Publication: 1995
The eighth annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy was presented by the American Council for the Arts, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Eisenhower Theater, Washington, DC, March 13, 1995.
Author(s): Murphy, Franklin D.
Date of Publication: 1992
Fifth annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy was presented by the American Council for the Arts, at the National Gallery of Art, East Wing Auditorium, Washington, DC, March 18, 1991. The lecturer, Franklin D. Murphy discussed the propriety of government at any level providing support for the arts. In addition, he discusses the importance of art in enriching people's lives, and the need to continue to express artistic freedom without political influence.
Author(s): Taylor, Billy Dr.
Date of Publication: 1998
First annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy was presented by the Friends of Nancy Hanks and the American Council for the Arts, at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, April 13, 1998. The lecturer, Dr. Billy Taylor, reviews the case for non-support of the arts through public funding.
Author(s): Brademas, John
Date of Publication: 1991
Fourth annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy was presented by the American Council for the Arts, at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, March 20, 1991. The speaker, John Brademas, discusses the role of the federal government in supporting the arts, in particular reviewing that relationship from 1989 to 1991. He pays particular attention to the work of the Independent Commission; and considers ways of reinvigorating the National Endowment for the Arts.
Author(s): Baron, Robert
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 1996
Local arts agencies pioneering folk arts programming have found that it opens new relationships to underserved sectors of their communities, furthers mutual understanding between different cultural groups, and offers accessible new artistic experiences.