On May 16, 2015, artists, innovative thinkers, and policy leaders convened to discuss race, education, technology, and free speech in the arts, envisioning a road forward in these areas. The video highlights include conversations, live performances, debates, and discussions.
The Kennedy Center and Smithsonian Institution are hosting a one-of-a-kind celebration of arts, culture, and history this July to mark the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act 25 years ago and the opening of VSA 40 years ago.
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Kennedy Center News is now available to read online! The May-August issue features the 2012 Tony winner for Best Musical, Once, Scottish Ballet, The Royal Ballet, the 20th Annual Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival, the return of The Book of Mormon, and more.
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