Arts Horizons

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Arts Horizons
Arts Horizons is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Englewood, New Jersey. Displayed below are the social networks for Arts Horizons which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arts Horizons on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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1 Grand Ave
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 567-1766
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RT @NJArtsCouncil: #NJarts50 #NJartsorganizations .@NEAarts Challenge America Grant Guidelines avail, get info on upcoming webinar! https:/…


RT @Americans4Arts: Tune-in alert! CEO Robert Lynch talks arts funding & takes calls tomorrow @ 8 am ET live on @cspanwj. #ArtsCEOLynch htt…


RT @NYCulture: @NYCPride We’re crafting #CreateNYC NY’s first-ever plan for culture & want to hear from all NY’ers. Chat w/ us next week &…


RT @NAEA: 11 Years Later, Would Sir Ken Robinson Find Creativity In Our Schools? #artsed ow.ly/LRGg309ikUT


30 young artists, ages 6-11, celebrated Black History Month at the LeRoy Neiman Art Center with Teaching Artist, Donovan Nelson.

Arts Horizons shared Americans for the Arts's post.
Read the letter to the president in support of the National Endowment for the Arts written by 24 US senators, including two GOP members.
ICYMI: Read the letter to the president in support of the National Endowment for the Arts written by 24 US senators, including two GOP members.
24 U.S. Senators, including two GOP members, sent a letter to President Trump outlining their support for the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Arts Horizons applauds teaching artist Sarah Yuster on her independent project that shares 'Small Truths' about Staten Island's Immigrant Population.' Small Truths, a children’s immigration story, was conceived by Yuster after 11 years of working as a teaching artist doing a literacy/visual arts program with elementary school students on Staten Island's North Shore. When given a choice, many of these children who were newly arrived from Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa or the Mideast opted to tell about the difficulties adjusting to a new home with a vastly different language and culture. They often created pieces about family bonds and new friendships which expressed optimism for their new lives. http://www.silive.com/entertainment/tvfilm/index.ssf/2017/02/small_truths_about_the_young_staten_island_immigrant_population_at_risk.html
It all began in Sarah Yuster's art classes at PS 20 in Port Richmond, home to a transient population, mainly Hispanic, with a large influx of Mexicans.

Arts Horizons shared Jimmy Van Bramer's post.
Thank you to Jimmy Van Bramer for your unyielding support of arts and culture and raising this alarm! "Without the National Endowment for Democracy , our entrepreneurial spirit will suffer. Why I wrote this letter to President Donald J. Trump"
Without the National Endowment for the Arts, which is only .004% of the federal budget, our creativity and entrepreneurial spirit will suffer. The arts support our economy and connect us in ways that almost nothing else can. Couldn’t agree more with the Met Museum: https://nyti.ms/2m6Pz1h. That’s why I wrote this letter to POTUS:

"All too often, art is seen as a “soft” subject, the first thing to be cut, whether by local school boards or the federal government, when money is tight. But looked at purely in dollars, it is a false saving. The N.E.A.’s budget is comparatively minuscule — $148 million last year, or 0.004 percent of annual federal discretionary expenditures — while the arts sector it supports employs millions of Americans and generates billions each year in revenue and tax dollars. The United States has no ministry of culture. In this vacuum, the N.E.A., founded in 1965, serves three critical functions: It promotes the arts; it distributes and stimulates funding; and it administers a program that minimizes the costs of insuring arts exhibitions through indemnity agreements backed by the government. " https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/22/opinion/why-art-matters-to-america.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-right-region®ion=opinion-c-col-right-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-right-region&_r=0
The National Endowment for the Arts invests in the intelligence and curiosity of our citizens.

Arts Horizons shared New York City Department of Cultural Affairs's post.
What great news !!! #createnyc #artsednow #artshorizons "Since 1982, New York City's Percent for Art law has required that one percent of the budget for eligible City-funded construction projects be spent on public artwork. Yesterday NYC passed the first major update to the Law since its creation. This new legislation increases the potential budget for individual projects from 400K to 900K and the total budget for the Program from 1.5M to 4M, in addition to increased community feedback. We can't to see what NYC's artists do with a bigger budget and their city as canvas."
Since 1982, New York City's Percent for Art law has required that one percent of the budget for eligible City-funded construction projects be spent on public artwork. Yesterday NYC passed the first major update to the Law since its creation. This new legislation increases the potential budget for individual projects from 400K to 900K and the total budget for the Program from 1.5M to 4M, in addition to increased community feedback. We can't to see what NYC's artists do with a bigger budget and their city as canvas.
Mayor de Blasio Signs Legislation Increasing Funding for the Percent for Art Program