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Even when he was deployed to Iraq in the Gulf War, Appalachian musician Eddie Bond couldn't leave music--or his beloved fiddle--behind. Listen to part 2 of our podcast with the 2018 NEA Heritage Fellow at Arts.gov/podcasts.

The new issue of NEA Arts magazine is live! Pushing the Boundaries features stories on Meow Wolf, the Martha Graham Dance Company, Richard Linklater, Vijay Gupta, and more! Read the issue at arts.gov/NEARTS

Due to the National Day of Mourning on December 5, 2018, the @NEAarts Translation Projects application deadline has been extended by one day. New deadline: December 6, 2018 at 11:59 pm ET.
Please note: @NEAarts staff will not be available to assist applicants on December 5th.

Julie Garreau founded the Cheyenne River Youth Project (CYRP) on the Cheyenne River reservation in South Dakota in 1988 as a way to give children and their families the tools and opportunities to create pathways toward success. Learn more on the Art Works blog. (Link in profile)

The exhibit "Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now" at @crystalbridgesmuseum highlights the importance of including the voices of indigenous artists in American art. Read the story on the Art Works blog. (Link in profile)

Listen to part one of our #podcast with 2018 National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellow Eddie Bonds at Arts.gov/podcasts. Part two drops tomorrow!

Happy Hanukkah from the National Endowment for the Arts family to yours!

Experimental and fragmentary, Sky Hopinka's films piece together video footage, audio recordings, and archival material to investigate language, landscape, and identity as well as Ho-Chunk mythology and traditions. Read the interview on the Art Works blog. Link in profile.

In our latest podcast Native Voices' founder Randy Reinholz talks about the unique and changing points of view Native theater artists bring to the table, the issues facing Indian Country, and the place theater has in telling Native stories. Listen at arts.gov/podcasts.

"I sort of set out, when writing The Paperbark Shoe, to break the mold in some ways." NEA Creative Writing Fellow and new #NEABigRead author Goldie Goldbloom spoke with us about bullying, writing in the bathtub and, of course, books. Link to Art Works blog in profile.

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