This national project, created in 1992 as “Writers Live at the Library,” provided grant opportunities for libraries to present theme-based cultural programming for adults and family audiences to explore important issues and ideas, featuring live appearances by literary, visual and performing artists.
“LIVE! @ your library” was an initiative of the ALA Public Programs Office, with major support from the National Endowment for the Arts , Wallace-Reader’s Digest Funds , John S. and James L. Knight Foundation , and additional support from the National Endowment for the Humanities .
At this time, the ALA Public Programs Office is not accepting grant applications for LIVE! @ your library.
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