Arts, Culture, and Humanities
The only museum in America to honor ALL our Veterans, the National Veterans Memorial and Museum gives a voice to every man and woman who answered the call of service for our country – all military branches, during war and in peace. The Museum tells the individual stories and shared experiences of Veterans throughout history in their own voices and pays tribute to servicemen and women and their families' sacrifices. Their legacies come to life in a dynamic experience with photos, letters and personal effects, multi-media presentations, and interactive exhibits.
Sometimes a single moment can illustrate the power of an Arts for Learning Virginia program.
That was the case at Rhythm and Me, an adaptive dance residency that connects students living with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Students from throughout Portsmouth Public Schools in Virginia are transported to a centrally-located elementary school twice a week to learn the basics of dance and movement, with a focus on key health concerns associated with ASD, including non-verbal communication.
Quality of Life in our Community
The Ivy Center of Huntsville/Madison County Foundation, Incorporated was organized and incorporated in 2005 by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ®, Epsilon gamma Omega Chapter. It is a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation that allows the chapter to expand its programs and be of greater service to people in Huntsville and surrounding areas.
BlackRock Center for the Arts is a nonprofit cultural arts center located in the heart of Germantown in Upper Montgomery County, Maryland. BlackRock is home to two award-winning galleries, robust education and camp programs, and theaters that offer a wide range of live performances including music, theater, and film series.
For over 90 years, the Honolulu Museum of Art has served as a very special gathering place and a unique cultural hub for Hawai‘i’s diverse communities. As an encyclopedic museum hosting some of the most fascinating art on Earth, HoMA’s collection holds more than 50,000 pieces from all corners of the globe, from ancient artifacts to contemporary works, and representing all major cultures of the world.
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ArtStream’s classes, workshops, and performing companies fuel each student’s imagination, creativity, and focus. And that’s not all. Students improve communication and social skills and develop friendships. Newly discovered talents and capabilities improve self-esteem, poise, and confidence that extends into their daily lives. All ArtStreamers are valued for their creative contributions. At ArtStream we work together, learn from each other, and Perform Our Art Out.
For over 30 years, "Oregon Field Guide" has been OPB’s weekly TV news magazine exploring the ecological issues, natural wonders and outdoor recreation of the Northwest. This beloved show is just one of the many programs on OPB made possible by member support.
Support like yours also ensures that TV and radio programs like “Antiques Roadshow,” Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Masterpiece,” “PBS Newshour” and “Morning Edition” are available, for free, to everyone in our community.