IMLS and the new administration

I’m sure I’ll be dribbling out these little notices for the next few months, but I just learned that Bill Ivey has been appointed “to lead the Obama transition team with responsibility for the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.” Here’s an interesting article about Ivey discussing how cultural pushes by administrations are not seem in the same way as actual public policies.

3 Responses to “IMLS and the new administration”

  1. Doug from CT Says:

    Thanks for the info, Jessamyn. I didn’t know this.
    ~ Your pal in CT – Doug

  2. Dave Pattern Says:

    I’m guessing you already know it, but the RSS feed for this post had over a thousand spam links inserted into it :-S

  3. History in the transition « Public Historian Says:

    [...] team for our federal cultural heritage organizations, NARA, NEH, NEA, and IMLS.  It includes Bill Ivey, the folklorist and former NEA head, as well as some tech experts to review the NARA transition. [...]