1. Legislative Update: Congress Agrees to President’s Arts Budget Request

    (December 16, 2011) Last night, a bi-partisan congressional budget deal was reached that includes $146,255,000 in funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. This represents a cut of almost 6% from last year’s NEA funding level of $155 million, though this $146 million funding level is in line with the Obama Administration’s budget request […]

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  2. The Creative Coalition Presents Art & Soul to Democratic Governors Association

    Los Angeles, CA (December 6, 2011) – This evening, members of The Creative Coalition will present, Art & Soul Lives! — a series of readings from the recently published book, ART & SOUL —  at the Democratic Governors Association Annual Meeting. Participants in the presentation to the governors include actor and President of The Creative […]

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  3. The Creative Coalition Leads Entertainment Industry Delegation to Israel

    Delegates to Meet With President Peres and Prime Minister Netanyahu – Focus on Arts, Culture and Policy Tel Aviv, Israel (November 13, 2011): Today, The Creative Coalition announced the organization will lead a 21-member delegation through Israel to meet with Israeli and Palestinian policy leaders, members of the arts, culture and business communities, and representatives […]

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  4. Art & Soul Book Launches in Los Angeles

    Stars Unite To Celebrate and Support the Arts Photographed by Brian Smith / Edited by Robin Bronk WHAT: ART & SOUL: STARS UNITE TO CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT THE ARTS Leaders of film and television will gather at this book signing event in Los Angeles to promote the release of ART & SOUL. Editor Robin Bronk’s commitment to […]

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  5. Stars Stand Up Against Bullying

    The Creative Coalition and WWE® Shoot PSA Los Angeles, CA (September 16, 2011): Today, The Creative Coalition and WWE will continue shooting a public service announcement (PSA) campaign in support of their be a STAR (Show Tolerance And Respect) anti-bullying initiative. As part of the PSA campaign, members of the entertainment community will have their portraits taken by […]

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  6. The Creative Coalition Honors HYSTERIA With Spotlight Initiative Award

    Award Dinner and Presentation Tomorrow Night During the Toronto International Film Festival Toronto, ON (September 14, 2011) — Feature film HYSTERIA starring Academy Award® nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Jonathan Pryce, Rupert Everett and Felicity Jones will be honored by The Creative Coalition with their prestigious Spotlight Initiative Award tomorrow night at the Toronto International […]

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  7. ‘be a STAR’ Co-Founders To Speak At National Press Club

    STAMFORD, September 6, 2011 – be a STAR co-founders WWE (NYSE:WWE) and The Creative Coalition (www.TheCreativeCoalition.org) announced today that representatives from the be a STAR alliance (http://beastaralliance.org/) have been invited to address The National Press Club in Washington DC today, September 6 at 2:00 p.m.  The representatives will discuss the topic of bullying, the anti-bullying […]

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  8. The Creative Coalition Rolls Out Additional Spotlight Initiative Award Recipients

    HYSTERIA, Michelle Monaghan, and Juliette Lewis to Join Fellow Award Winners Ashley Greene, Anna Kendrick, David Paymer, Morgan Spurlock, Roland Emmerich  Presenters and Hosts Include RhysIfans, Kathy Baker, Justin Bartha, Chace Crawford, Allison Janney, Ron Perlman, Gerard Butler    Toronto, ON (August 30, 2011)—The Creative Coalition is pleased to announce additions to their 2011 Spotlight Initiative Award […]

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  9. Something Ventured Selected As Newest Spotlight Initiative Film

    New York, NY (August 29, 2011): The Creative Coalition announced today that Something Ventured, a documentary directed by Emmy-Award-winning filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine that looks at the creation of the venture capital industry, has been selected for the organization’s prestigious Spotlight Initiative. At a time when the U.S. continues to look for ways to reduce unemployment […]

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  10. The White House Selects Blue Star Families And The Creative Coalition As Champions Of Change

    Obama Administration Recognizes Military Suicide Prevention PSA Campaign Washington, D.C. (August 25, 2011) — Today, CEO of The Creative Coalition Robin Bronk and Laura Dempsey, Chairman of Blue Star Families will meet with the White House’s Office of Public Engagement and will be highlighted as one of America’s Champions of Change. The non-profit arts education […]

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