“Forgotten Hollywood”- Arts & Humanities Get Financial Boost

Posted on November 2, 2009 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P here…

President Obama (with tomorrow's talent)

President Barack Obama  (with tomorrow’s talent)

    According to Victoria Hutter in the media office at NEA, The Obama Administration has changed an alarming political trend by signing the Interior Appropriations Bill into law that would infuse much needed cash towards the National Endowment for the Arts & Humanities. In fact, the bill will increase federal arts to its highest monetary level in 16 years! This piece of legislation passed the House and Senate on Thursday, and it will help keep NEA outlets from closing their doors, while others will receive much needed renovation.

The Smithsonian Institute

Smithsonian Institute

    This executive directive will have an impact on the Internet because of a digital program (beginning with the Smithsonian Institute). It makes most museum items available for viewership. This includes kids throughout the world.



   Once it comes to pass, the creative community shall literally live to see another day… BRAVO to our elected officials!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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