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10/17 @ 4:29 PM
NEAarts - How artists have found beauty & meaning in human conflict http://t.co/QVKcWwoy1R #NEABigRead
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10/17 @ 2:39 PM
NEAarts - At @MAMtastic, finding beauty in the destruction of conflict http://t.co/QVKcWwoy1R
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10/17 @ 1:00 PM
NEAarts - How portraying human conflict in art has evolved thru the years http://t.co/QVKcWwoy1R @MAMtastic #NEABigRead
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10/17 @ 9:53 AM
NEAarts - Happy birthday Kerry James Marshall! Here's our 2010 convo w/ him + others abt #creativity http://t.co/Cw5FvMVCd3
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10/17 @ 9:30 AM
NEAarts - .@nike might have coined "Just do it" but w/ her 1st film Nicole Gomez Fisher's living it. Here's our podcast w/ her http://t.co/gNtu5TzMin
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10/15 @ 6:40 PM
NEAarts - "The stage is my opportunity to be vulnerable + share a fragment of myself." -- Molly Wagner http://t.co/pfR5A5i4BT (via @Dance_Magazine)
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10/15 @ 6:30 PM
NEAarts - Kids say the darnedest things! And sometimes they're absolutely right... http://t.co/6pTtEEasTt #writinglife
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10/15 @ 4:19 PM
NEAarts - Chk out this story on new work by sculptor Mark di Suvero http://t.co/BU0VZoqZ6b then read our intvw http://t.co/0SfD1A5uVM (h/t @artsy)
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10/15 @ 4:13 PM
NEAarts - We apologize for not finding this for you sooner http://t.co/RPRHHJGQxA (via @AmericanTheatre)
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10/15 @ 3:02 PM
NEAarts - You know how some writers say you have to "kill your darlings?" @elizmccracken disagrees http://t.co/6pTtEEasTt
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10/15 @ 2:21 PM
NEAarts - Thx to @ArtByndSight some interesting stories on arts + access/inclusion here http://t.co/vdpKXeYhxM
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10/15 @ 2:18 PM
NEAarts - For your Halloween soundtrack, here's Charles Keating reading EA Poe's "The Bells" http://t.co/2eIP6jYIVu #NEABigRead
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10/15 @ 2:16 PM
NEAarts - What's it like to live in a 2-artist household? Here's @MargotLivesey's take http://t.co/4k2rK7L2wT #audio
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10/15 @ 2:11 PM
NEAarts - Congrats to @JackieWoodson for landing on the @natbookawards short list. Here she is on @NEABigRead blog in 2012 http://t.co/HluGWIf8bU
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10/15 @ 2:08 PM
NEAarts - Meet Claudia Rankine whose "Citizen" is on the @natbookawards short list http://t.co/B8frQFLsPS #audio #podcast
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10/15 @ 2:06 PM
NEAarts - Congrats to #NEABigRead author Marilynne Robinson for making the @natbookawards short list http://t.co/6pTtEEasTt http://t.co/accZjyUlsg
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10/15 @ 2:00 PM
NEAarts - Maureen Corrigan on The Great Gatsby via @HuffPostBooks http://t.co/roLJG8TsgY #NEABigRead
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10/15 @ 1:55 PM
NEAarts - Congrats to NEA Lit Fellows Achy Obejas + Rigoberto Gonzalez on their @USAforART Fellowships! http://t.co/iOBlyv4612
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10/15 @ 11:19 AM
NEAarts - "10 edits of the same story will yield 10 different lives." Here's @NEHgov's piece on a new Susan Sontag doc http://t.co/ibTnEQiYbz
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10/15 @ 11:16 AM
NEAarts - Here's @elizmccracken on why you should save your (literary) darlings instead of kill them http://t.co/4lN1wDwtyf
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10/15 @ 9:30 AM
NEAarts - "We’re afraid of writing characters different from ourselves; we’re afraid of getting it wrong." -- @geneluenyang http://t.co/BQyjMzGfnt
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10/14 @ 8:01 PM
NEAarts - "Our job as writers is to step out of ourselves, + to encourage our readers to do the same." -- @geneluenyan http://t.co/BQyjMzGfnt
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10/14 @ 5:31 PM
NEAarts - “Let your fear drive you to do your homework. But no matter what don’t ever let your fear stop you.” -- @geneluenyang http://t.co/BQyjMzGfnt
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10/14 @ 4:50 PM
NEAarts - #Creativeplacemaking takes allies in many places. Learn mr abt understanding community w/ #exploringourtown. http://t.co/CmKSf25rWl
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10/14 @ 4:46 PM
NEAarts - Rejoice, Word Nerds! @brainpicker's brought us the history of the English language--animated! http://t.co/OYeozXvVry
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10/14 @ 4:14 PM
NEAarts - Here's what happens when theater meets creative placemaking http://t.co/rZZJ7yUFUa (h/t @SpringboardArts)
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10/14 @ 3:15 PM
NEAarts - Here's @geneluenyang on fear + the superhero http://t.co/BQyjMzGfnt cc @Marvel @AgentM
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10/14 @ 11:13 AM
NEAarts - Here's @guardian's list of best culturally diverse kids books of last 50 years http://t.co/OwUuIuK9D2 What would you add to the list?
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10/10 @ 5:32 PM
NEAarts - Give your ears a treat and listen to Octavio Paz's short story "My Life with the Wave" http://t.co/mGUIrCnx2V
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10/10 @ 3:36 PM
NEAarts - Octavio Paz would have been 100 this year. To commemorate this master, here's his story "My Life with a Wave" http://t.co/mGUIrCnx2V
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10/10 @ 3:11 PM
NEAarts - RT @CreatorsProject: We spoke to the designers of Norway's new pixel art currency: http://t.co/UTnkc5MDnM http://t.co/XYeWV0bWJ0
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10/10 @ 2:26 PM
NEAarts - How Yvonne Walker Keshick is bringing a Native American tradition into the 21st century http://t.co/AilUxSqy4s
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10/10 @ 1:15 PM
NEAarts - A special audio treat: Octavio Paz's "My Life with the Wave" http://t.co/mGUIrCnx2V #NEABigRead
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10/10 @ 10:34 AM
NEAarts - RT @ArtsJournalNews: Shakespeare As A Model For Cognitive Science - Nautilus http://t.co/1AX0Ax38CJ
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10/10 @ 9:55 AM
NEAarts - Podcast: Can porcupine quills be art? Absolutely. http://t.co/AilUxSqy4s
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