Skip Navigation

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Browse Resources

Art and state -- United States

View Resource Americans for the Arts

Americans for the Arts is the WWW site of the American Council for the Arts (ACA) on the Internet. ArtsUSA provides advocacy information, including relevant Congressional committees, how to contact members, current legislation regarding arts funding, and more. Barbra Streisand's speech promoting the NEA at Harvard University, the ACA Books Catalog, now reorganized and including on-line...
View Resource Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies

The Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies was created in 1994 by Stanley N. Katz and Paul DiMaggio, in part "to address the serious and damaging deficit in the information and thinking available to inform the development and implementation of policies related to arts and culture." To this end, the Center's Web site contains a great deal of material that describes their...
View Resource University of Chicago Cultural Policy Center

Drawing on the strengths of the University of Chicago's Humanities Division, and the Harris Graduate School of Public Policy, the Cultural Policy Center is "dedicated to fostering research and public dialogue about the practical workings of culture in our lives." On the site, visitors can learn about upcoming conferences sponsored by the Policy Center (many of which are held in Chicago), their...