The United States government respects the right of writers and artists to express themselves freely. Learn more about freedom of speech in America.
In the face of a national crisis, arts can help heal. Find out how small grants are helping artists and students across the U.S. to tell their stories.
The Library of Congress selects 25 recordings to be preserved for posterity each year. Find out which ones were recently tapped for this distinction.
A growing number of American doctors are embracing the healing power of poetry, both to help people cope with illness and to express themselves.
Learn more about how you can freely download and use newly released images from the Smithsonian Institution's online database.
These photographs show some of the outstanding African Americans featured in the U.S. Postal Service's Black Heritage stamp series.
"Parasite," a South Korean dark comedy, made Academy Awards history by being the first foreign-language film to win the Oscar for Best Picture.
Protecting intellectual property rights and making sure that innovators are paid what they deserve are a U.S. priority. Download this free poster.
Learn about a U.S.-backed program that helps former coca farmers find legitimate work like pottery and connects them with producer associations.