National Endowment for the Arts

Sam Sax is the author of Madness (Penguin, 2017) winner of The National Poetry Series and ‘Bury It’ (Wesleyan University
If technology, not policy, is the culprit, it means inequality is something that happened, not something we did.
“For all of us in public media, we have linked arms to make an effective case because we know what’s at risk if that funding disappears."
Draconian budget cuts in the arts and odious Trumpcare provisions combine to impoverish Americans and extinguish creativity and freedom of expression.
By Alex Barker “In the long history of man, countless empires and nations have come and gone. Those which created no lasting
By James Tager, Manager for Free Expression Programs at PEN America For artists, writers, and scholars across the country
Apparently, the American Dream under the Trump Administration is to gut investments in our future, our safety, our health and our culture.
He calls "bulls**t" on the administration's "own divisive political purposes."
by Niv Sultan The Recording Academy’s high-wattage GRAMMYs on the Hill event in early April honored Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M
The budget deal is a rebuke to the White House proposal for draconian cuts.
Trump's plan to cut access to arts education paints a bleak picture for American teenagers already underperforming in visual arts and music.