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U.S. Performing Arts Organizations Increase by 11%: 1982 – 1987 : Research Division Note no. 44

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Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 1993
16p.

A comparison based on total revenues for nonprofit and taxable performing arts organizations (theater, dance, music). State and regional estimates are also provided.

Subjects:
Arts--Economic aspects--United States
Dance companies--Economic conditions--United States
Theater--Economic conditions--United States
Music--Economic conditions--United States
Performing arts--Economic conditions--United States

Understanding how the arts contribute to excellent education : study summary

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Authors:
OMG, Inc.
Contributors:
Fowler, Charles, 1931-1995
McMullan, Bernard J.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 1991
78p.
Subjects:
Arts in education

Understanding the Employment of Actors : Research Division Report no. 3

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Authors:
Ennis, Philip H.
Bonin, John
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 1977
31p.

Data from the personnel files of Actors’ Equity Association interpreted by researchers help explain theater employment data systems and the complex conditions governing economic survival of actors.

Subjects:
Actors--Employment--United States
Actors' Equity Association
Theater--Economic conditions--United States

Unified Field Summit on Art, Science and Spirituality : symposium proceedings

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Authors:
Drinkwater, Gregg
Contributors:
Aspen Institute
Western States Arts Federation
Mid-America Arts Alliance
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 2002
118p.
Subjects:
Unified Field Summit on Art, Science and Spirituality (2002 : Aspen, Colorado)
Art and science
Spirituality in art

Universal design and visitability : from accessability to zoning


Contributors:
Nasar, Jack L.
Evans-Cowley, Jennifer
Publication:
Washington (D.C.) : [The John Glenn School of Public Affairs?], 2007
x, 175 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Subjects:
Barrier-free design
Universal design

University/Community Design Partnerships : innovations in practice

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Authors:
Pearson, Jason
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 2002
122p.

A significant number of NEA design grants are awarded to programs in which universities engage in community outreach and design buildings and landscapes for and with the neighborhoods that surround them. The often compelling work of these partnerships inspired this book-length analysis, which includes detailed profiles of leading programs from around the country, including Design Corps, the Yale Urban Design Workshop, and Sam Mockbee’s Rural Studio. (121 pp.)

Subjects:
Architects and community--United States
City planning--Study and teaching--United States
Architectural design--Study and teaching--United States

Urban Forum at the National Building Museum


Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Building Museum (U.S.), 1996
4p.

Brochure on new Urban Forum.

Subjects:
National Building Museum (U.S.)
Urban Forum
City planning--United States
Urban renewal--United States

Urban Forum at the National Building Museum : A series of programs about issues affecting the deign, growth, and governance of American cities


Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Building Museum (U.S.), 1996
2p.

Flier for programs on April 19-May 29, 1996. “The Urban Forum at the National Building Museum is a new series of symposiums, discussions, and lectures about issues affecting the design, growth, and governance of cities and their expanded boundaries.”

Subjects:
National Building Museum (U.S.)
Urban Forum
City planning--United States

Urban Forum at the National Building Museum : A series of programs about issues affecting the deign, growth, and governance of American cities


Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Building Museum (U.S.), 1996
2p

“The Urban Forum at the National Building Museum is a new series of symposiums, discussions, and lectures about issues affecting the design, growth, and governance of cities and their expanded boundaries.”

Subjects:
National Building Museum (U.S.)
Urban Forum
City planning--United States

Urban Forum at the National Building Museum : series of programs about issues affecting the deign, growth, and governance of American cities


Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Building Museum (U.S.), 1996
12p.

“The Urban Forum at the National Building Museum is a new series of symposiums, discussions, and lectures about issues affecting the design, growth, and governance of cities and their expanded boundaries.”

Subjects:
National Building Museum (U.S.)
Urban Forum
City planning--United States