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DeVos Institute opens at University of Maryland

The DeVos Institute of Arts Management, an organization for training and supporting arts leadership, officially has opened at the University of Maryland, the school announced on Monday. Michael M. Kaiser, an expert in arts management and former president of the Kennedy ...

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House GOP to slash environmental, arts funding

WASHINGTON — House Republicans Monday proposed slashing cuts to environmental programs and funding for the Smithsonian Institution and the arts as they unveiled the latest legislation to implement the second year of budget cuts required under so-called sequestration. The $24 ...

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Key arts panel approves Eisenhower Memorial design

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts has voted to grant general approval to architect Frank Gehry’s design for a planned national memorial honoring Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington. The commission overseeing civic art and architecture in the capital ...

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State of the Arts: Adding artistic touches to heavily trafficked Bromo Tower area (access required)

Community leaders are hopeful that the newly minted Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District will become a nightlife destination for the thousands of people who already live and work in the area and an attraction for others.

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State of the Arts: The arts helped bring Highlandtown from ‘impending doom’ to a new direction (access required)

Highlandtown, on the city’s east side near Canton and Butcher’s Hill, hasn’t enjoyed the status of “destination” in the same way some of its neighboring communities have.

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Baltimore schools join Kennedy Center arts program

The Kennedy Center in Washington is expanding an arts education program to Baltimore schools to help ensure every student in elementary and middle school has access to the arts. The center is announcing Monday that Baltimore public schools will join ...

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