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By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
For decades, art therapy has been used to help patients. But today, doctors are looking at how it can also help health care providers.
By Elizabeth Flock
Twenty-eight million American adults read poetry this year -- the highest percentage of poetry readership in more than 15 years.
By Jennifer Hijazi
The arts community descends every year on Washington, D.C., to lobby for arts funding. But this year they decided they needed a different strategy.
We reached out to groups from Texas to Maine about what life would look like without funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. Here's what they said.
By PBS NewsHour
The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities turn 50 this year. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Jane Chu of the NEA and William “Bro” Adams of the NEH about the contributions artists and humanists make…
By Tom LeGro
I recently had the chance to talk with new NEA chairman Rocco Landesman for an interview we aired earlier this month, and invited you to send us your questions and comments for him. We compiled them and put them to…
Rocco Landesman is known as the producer who brought hits such as "Angels in America," "Big River," and "The Producers" to Broadway. But as the new chair of the National Endowment of the Arts, Landesman has given up the bright…
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