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Valley State Prison contracts with the Fresno Arts Council and the Alliance for California Traditional Arts for the beading class, a mural class, an African drumming class and more.
The fourth industrial revolution will focus on what differentiates human from machine: creativity.
Anthropologist Augustín Fuentes argues in his latest book that imagination and creativity are at the heart of human progress.
A look at the NEA through the lens of one city and its environs, where the proposed cuts have the potential to affect gargantuan arts institutions and grass-roots programs alike.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics are the center of attention in most US public schools today. But training in the arts has been shown to improve creativity and innovation. This info-graphic shows the benefits of both.
U.S. Poet Laureate and former California Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera talks the subtle power of poetry to incite change in the world.
New research suggests childhood arts education establishes incentive to patron and participate in the arts as an adult.
Arts funding is one of the most important functions and duties of our government.
There is already a substantial gender gap in the arts, and President Trump's proposed budget cuts could exacerbate the problem.
New data shows the value of arts and culture to the U.S. economy — with California at the helm.
In nearly a decade's time, student scores in visual arts and music have seen little improvement.
Inmates at Solano State Prison put their talents to the test during a performance of Shakespeare’s King John for visitors and fellow inmates.
California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia pays a visit to Quincy Library on April 3.
SF Bay Area
Bay Area museums, theaters and other arts groups discuss the implications of losing NEA funding.