These artists are filling the gap in America’s education system
From private music lessons to engaging children in philanthropy, Philadelphia is a springboard for organizations offering unique opportunities for children.
A new Smithsonian exhibit on philanthropy focuses on the intersection of giving and health around the globe
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History’s refreshed "Giving in America" exhibit reopens this week.
Understanding humanity through the arts
Lester Purry, a lifelong actor, played Troy Maxson in the Portland Playhouse’s 2018 production of Fences.
Public art isn't just for big cities
Small towns can be places of art and culture showcased in unique and exciting ways. A tiny town in Nebraska proves just that.
When do we start to love music?
Since 1924, Portland Youth Philharmonic has inspired and trained young musicians throughout the Pacific Northwest.
At this theater, there are no critics
NYC's CO/LAB offers individuals with developmental disabilities a creative and social outlet through theater arts.
No longer afraid to try
After an internship with the American Mural Project, college student Sarah Kruse felt inspired to reach for her own dreams as well.
One year later: effects of 2017 North Bay fires on the region’s arts community
A study by Northern California Grantmakers examines how the fires affected a key economic driver in the region, aims to supplement research on the fires’ impact