Former Senior Vice President of Content and Development of ValleyPBS Elizabeth Laval discusses the station’s identity in being the sole provider of educational public programming for 3 million people in California’s Central Valley.This interview was produced in collaboration with ValleyPBS.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Climate change in the Western U.S. means more intense and frequent wildfires churning out waves of smoke that scientists say will sweep across the continent to affect tens of millions of people and cause a spike in premature deaths.
In Miami, philanthropist, art collector and real estate developer Jorge M. Pérez is establishing a new initiative called CreARTE Grants Program to help fund local artists and organizations that need capital to dive into more create projects.
Museums and galleries are rethinking the use of the term “Latin American artist” to describe those who come from the region, but who might not necessarily make art that resonates with what has traditionally been identified as “Latin American” art.
Several arts institutions have received art works by African American artists from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, which seeks to expand the visibility of African American artists in U.S. art museums.
Read our Nonprofit Spotlight with Executive and Artistic Director of Ballet Arkansas Michael Fothergill on how the ballet company produces both classical and contemporary shows for a wide range of audiences.
A new touring initiative called New Monuments for New Cities is challenging artists in various cities to come up with concepts for monuments that they wish to see in their communities in today’s world.
The annual Art World Conference, a project funded by the New York Foundation for the Arts, will bring together more than 300 artists and art leaders from around the globe to discuss opportunities and obstacles for artists in all stages of their careers.
A major donation to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures from the George Lucas Family Foundation will allow for free admission to all youth under the age of 18. Though the donation amount was not disclosed to the public, the sizable donation will help to perpetually offer free admission to youth.