A report on support through the national endowment for the arts

Relative scope of funding[ edit ] Artist William Powhida has noted that "in one single auction, wealthy collectors bought almost a billion dollars in contemporary art at Christie's in New York.

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They demand that the NEA be eliminated. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River.

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New York, a ten-hour documentary history of New York City, is broadcast. National Tax Journal 10 3 : Smith and R. NEH fellow Jack N.

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Much of the argument between the two sides boils down to one question: Is it proper for government to subsidize the arts? Cheney and Lynne V.

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Google Scholar Tax Foundation. Wallace's research was supported with an NEH fellowship. Most criticism of the NEA focuses on its funding of individual artists and displays of their works. Symphony orchestras, museums, and individual artists have depended for support on donations from corporations and private foundations. Historian James M. We are participating in history as it's being made, so bear with us as we learn the language so that we can speak to each other safely. In a speech at Brown University on the importance of federal support for higher education, President Johnson lends his support. By withdrawing from the Mapplethorpe exhibition, we, the board of trustees and the director, have inadvertently offended many members of the arts community which we deeply regret. Eleanor Roosevelt, a two-and-one-half-hour film biography of the famous first lady, airs as part of "The American Experience. Congress approves a percent funding reduction for the Endowment in fiscal year Archabal, David A. In fact, they claim that the NEA's small investment in arts pays huge dividends.
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BRIA 13 2 a The Battle Over the National Endowment for the Arts