New National Endowment for the Arts research finds arts attendance is rising, but remains below 2002 levels.
New research suggests they have more mature ideas about how real-world relationships work.
Performing can be a way of letting go of one's sense of self.
Analyzing the persistent pressure on black audiences to root for products that aren't always very good.
He has recently been compared to both Julius Caesar and King Lear.
Trump's budget proposal would come at a cost to his core voter contingent.
Will dire circumstances prevent art that fuels a resistance from catching on, or will artists simply be further galvanized to create?
New research from England finds the wealthy are more likely to attend arts events, but less likely to spend their spare time painting, singing, or dancing.
Two members of a prominent medical school faculty make the case for incorporating arts-related training into the curriculum.
A National Endowment for the Arts report finds people who decline to attend arts events cite some unexpected reasons for staying home.
Production of cultural goods and services took a huge hit with the recession, and has been slow to rebound.
New research finds 1994 legislation that included the arts as a core subject in American schools made a difference in many places.
New research finds low-income kids in an arts-enhanced preschool program have a more positive attitude than their peers, and are better able to manage negative emotions.