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Arts and Humanities
[Page 123]Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities, 400 7th St. S.W., 20506; (202) 682-5541. Fax, (202) 682-5721. Jane Chu, Chairman.
Web, http://arts.gov/artistic-fields/museums/arts-and-artifacts-indemnity-program-domestic-indemnity and http://arts.gov/artistic-fields/museums/arts-and-artifacts-indemnity-program-international-indemnity
Membership: leaders of federal agencies sponsoring arts-related activities. Administers the Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act, which helps museums reduce the costs of commercial insurance for traveling exhibits.
General Services Administration (GSA), Design and Construction, Office of ...