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First major analysis of collective media creation, including AI, launches Co-Creation Studio CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 11 — The Co-Creation Studio at MIT Open Documentary...
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By Wendy Levy
Fall is as a season of renewal. Renewing hope and optimism in the face of it all, renewing grants, renewing memberships, renewing our belief in the mission of our work.
By Megan A. Zebrowski
On Friday, August 18th, 16 of the 17 members of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities delivered a letter of resignation to president Trump.
By Americans for the Arts
Today, the U.S. House Interior Appropriations Committee advanced a bill to provide funding for our nation’s natural and cultural resources, proposing $145 million to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for FY2018. This is a $5 million cut from current levels and $10 million less than the request supported by a record number of members of Congress this year.
By Rose Kaplan
The Alliance is a powerful advocate for a free and open internet, and we're proud to join the many companies and organizations participating in Battle for the Net's July 12 Day of Action to save Net Neutrality.
By Patricia Harrison
There is no viable substitute for federal funding that ensures Americans have universal access to public media’s educational and informational programming and services.