Americans for the Arts News - 2016
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KRIS Wine and Americans for the Arts are proud to announce that Pete Beeman, creator of the Hampline Exploration Stations in Memphis, Tennessee, is the grand prize winner of the KRIS Wine “Art of Giving” contest.
The second Roundtable of the National Initiative for Arts & Health in the Military (NIAHM) was held on November 30 at Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall, Virginia to discuss how to bring greater access to the arts and creative arts therapies for military service members, Veterans, their families and caregivers.
Americans for the Arts is pleased to announce that Mark Golden, CEO of Golden Artist Colors, has joined the Business Committee for the Arts Executive Board.
Target supports art museums in New York City by inviting the public to close their wallets and open their hearts and minds to the arts.
Fifty years ago, at the Conference Board’s 50th anniversary conference, David Rockefeller—former Chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Corporation—gave a speech titled “Culture and the Corporation”. The speech called for the creation of the Business Committee for the Arts to promote partnership between the arts and business commu
The Arts & Business Council of New York dedicated its annual speaker series to exploring the intersection of arts and technology by showcasing companies that have developed and utilized new technologies to tap into the creative economy—transforming how the arts are accessed, produced, and funded.
This holiday season, Henri Bendel is partnering with Americans for the Arts and New York based artist James Goldcrown to spread the love. Henri Bendel will donate 10% of proceeds to Americans for the Arts during a special event on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in its flagship New York store.
As a tribute and a thank you to all our partners, Americans for the Arts is placing this advertisement featuring all our cross-sector awardees from 2016 in eight publications this fall into early 2017. Our awardees will reach more than 200,000 readers and will appear on the pages of the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Politico, and the Nonprofit Times, just to name a few.
Today, at an event held at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE), part of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the Department of Defense (DoD) announced the expansion of their partnership and military healing arts program into Creative Forces: NEA Military Healing Arts Network.
Americans for the Arts honored seven exceptional individuals at its National Arts Awards black tie gala Oct. 17 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City. The annual awards recognize artists and arts leaders who exhibit exemplary national leadership and whose work demonstrates extraordinary achievement.