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Things Go Worse With Koch

Obama's ratings are underwater, but so is this.

Kermit Gosnell: An Uncomfortable Abortion Story

Conservative filmmakers crowdfunding a tale studios won't tell.

Crowdfunding: Fiscal Democracy for the Masses

What does the end of the "qualified investor" restriction mean?

The LIT Fund: A Good Idea That’s Working

On Monday, October 7th, the LIT Fund announces the first Community Resource Grant recipient. Plus: beer.

Saturn and the Arts: A Challenge

Theatre should stop eating its young, and fund them instead.

In Us We Trust

The theatre world should look to baseball as a community model.

Your Money and My Art

When I put my hand out, I'm not asking for a handout.

Arts Advocacy Update 163-167: Ah, the Cultural Gift That Keeps on...

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts.

Richard Kessler’s “Death Panels”: Wrong Words on Arts Education Funding

We'll never teach anyone the "great value" of arts education by linking them to the phrase "death panels."

Support the NEA! (With These Totally Lame Email Campaigns)

Why can Egyptians gather by the hundreds of thousands and we're satisfied with making our case through 50,000 emails?

LINC, Ford Foundation Unveil $1M in ‘Space for Change’ Grants

Chosen from nearly 700 applicants from 49 states as well as DC.

Kansas Gov. Abolishes Arts Commission; SC, TX Next on Chopping Block?

We simply are up against interests who don't believe public funds should be used to support the arts.

Arts Advocacy Update 160: Hampering New Hampshire?

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Kodiak care unit.

Business Models for the Arts and the Whole New Awakening

What social function, what national good, should public arts funding serve?

Arts Advocacy Update 159: Local Grants Make New Jersey Sure

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Bay State booming.

What’s the Matter with Kansas (Arts Commission)?

Should thousands of arts jobs perish on an ideological altar? Kansas may soon find out.

The 20Under40 Interview Series, Part 3: David J. McGraw

"I believe in the Epoch Model because it fights what I hate most in the arts community: stagnation."

Arts Advocacy Update 158: Texas Tortures Tinseltown

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Milwaukee's brewin'.

The 20Under40 Interview Series, Part 2: Brian Newman

"You can't imagine investors telling an Internet start-up that they'll only fund one of their functions..."

The Social Media Presence of All 56 State Arts Agencies

Which state arts agencies are using 21st century communication tools as the century's second decade begins?