Author(s): Kearns, Lola H.; Diston, Mary Taylor; and Roehner, Bernice Gottschalk
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

The Arts in Special Education Project of Pennsylvania, a program of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, provides assistance to educators in the development of appropriate quality arts programming for handicapped students. Activities of the Project include arts in-service workshops for teachers, administrators and parents; arts workshops, participatory arts festivals and professional performances for handicapped students; services and materials for arts curriculum development; and, a statewide communications network.

Author(s): Council on Foundations
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

The Board of Directors of the council authorized this Special Report of Foundation News and appropriate funds to cover part of the its costs as a way to bring the needs and aspirations of the Hispanics to the attention of foundations and corporations. The project is part of the Council's continuing commitment to foster skillful and sensitive grantmaking, and to focus attention on undeserved populations. (from abstract)

Author(s): Cahill, Pati
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

This catolog profiles some three dozen projects and programs in the arts and humanities for and by older people. One of the basic purposes of the catalogue is to explain both the nature and the organizational detail of projects so that readers will gain a full overview of a project's operation. Consequently, directors of projects were asked to follow a standard format and provide, whenever possible, information fitting into similar categories. (from abstract)

Author(s): Harmonay, Maureen
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1978

Of all the components in a child's television programming diet, the arts are among the most nourishing but least available elements. There is music, to be sure, but its melodies are most often heard meandering through product jingles. There is drama, some would argue, but its catharsis comes at the end of a car chase. As for the visual arts, there are animated drawings to be seen on Saturday morning, but these are less than moving.

Author(s): Winer-Cyr, Glo (LaTendresse)
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1977

At the time this survey project was undertaken, the Tacoma-Pierce County area had neither the comprehensive arts programs nor ongoing specific arts programs for special populations. The net result was that uncoordinated and sporadic programming efforts were and still are happening in the attempt to expand arts to non-traditional audiences. This attempt has been hindered by a lack of information on the special needs of the audiences and on the activities that most interested these Special Populations. In the interest of providing a means for responsible and comprehensive arts programming to

Author(s): Task Force on Minorities in Public Broadcasting
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1977

In January 1977, the Human Resources Development Committee of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) endorsed the formulation of the Task Force on Minorities in Public Broadcasting. The purpose of the Task Force was to assist the CPB Board of Directors in the development of policies that will maximize the growth, development, employment and participation of minorities in all aspects of public broadcasting.

Author(s): Koizumi, Tetsunori
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 1977

The purpose of this essay is to provide a somewhat novel interpretation of the traditional Japanese religion which is deeply rooted in the inner life of the Japanese and to indicate how it influences their economic activities. Section II provides a brief review of the nature and form of religious worship that has been preserved and observed by the Japanese. Section III formulates the Japanese view of religion implied by the rich variety of religious worship. The Japanese view of religion this formulated is then employed in Section IV to shed light on the nature of interaction between

Author(s): Cultural Assistance Center
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1976

This is the second report to the American people on the services provided by New York City's non-profit institutions of art and culture. This report is based on information from 95 arts and cultural institutions in New York City. In the period from July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977, these institutions provided services to people or organizations in 1,180 cities outside New York City - 860 in the and 320 in 87 foreign countries. (from abstract)

Author(s): Sunderland, Jacqueline Tippett
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1975

A chance for a lasting and meaningful relationship between the arts and the elderly became a very real possibility in the summer of 1971 when major organizational spokesmen of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the National Council on the Aging formed a distinguished advisory committee to explore past and current efforts in this area, and to break new ground for a cultural commitment for the future. The prospectus that follows - Older Americans and the Arts: A Human Equation - is a distillation of the committee's findings.

Author(s): Beaubien, Joan
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1975

The St. Paul Artists and the Aging program was carried out under the guidance of COMPAS - Community Programs in the Arts and Sciences - and was made possible by a grant from the Administration on Aging, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (Grant #90-A-348/01). COMPAS is the agency of the St. Paul Council of Arts and Science charged with bringing arts and science programs to the greater St. Paul community.