Search NTEE Definitions
Number of codes found for 'A': 44
A - Arts, Culture & Humanities
Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to promote appreciation for and enjoyment and understanding of the visual, performing, folk, and media arts; the humanities (archaeology, art history, modern and classical languages, philosophy, ethics, theology, and comparative religion); history and historical events; and/or communications (film, video, publishing, journalism, radio, television).
Scope notes: Includes: Museums and halls of fame; historic preservation programs; organizations that provide services to artists, performers, entertainers, writers, or humanities scholars; programs which promote artistic expression of or within ethnic groups and cultures; art and performing art schools, centers, and studios; historical societies; and genealogical or heredity-based organizations (e.g., Sons of the Revolution, Daughters of the Confederacy).
Excludes: Cultural exchange programs (see Q-International, Foreign Affairs & National Security); libraries and reading programs (see B-Education); botanical gardens, nature centers (see C-Environmental Quality, Protection & Beautification) or zoos (see D-Animal-Related).
NAICS: 813319 Largest/examples A01
A01 - Alliances & Advocacy
Organizations whose activities focus on influencing public policy within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area. Includes a variety of activities from public education and influencing public opinion to lobbying national and state legislatures.
Key words: Arts Alliances; Arts Coalitions; Lobbying; Public Awareness
Scope notes: USE this code for arts alliances that have advocacy programs. USE A26 Arts & Humanities Councils & Agencies for arts alliances that do not have any advocacy programs.
See also: A26 Arts Councils & Agencies
NAICS: 541618 Largest/examples A02
A02 - Management & Technical Assistance
Consultation, training, and other forms of management assistance services to nonprofit groups within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area.
Key words: Professional Continuing Education
NAICS: 813920 Largest/examples A03
A03 - Professional Societies & Associations
Learned societies, professional councils, and other organizations that bring together individuals or organizations with a common professional or vocational interest within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area.
Scope notes: Includes: Accreditation Boards; Associations of journalists
NAICS: 541720 Largest/examples A05
A05 - Research Institutes & Public Policy Analysis
Organizations whose primary purpose is to conduct research and/or public policy analysis within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area
NAICS: 813219 Largest/examples A11
A11 - Single Organization Support
Organizations existing as a support and fund-raising entity for a single institution within the Arts, Culture & Humanities major group.
Scope notes: This code should be used for all forms of support as long as financial support is included. Friends groups are traditionally classified here.
NAICS: 813219 Largest/examples A12
A12 - Fund Raising & Fund Distribution
Organizations that raise and distribute funds for multiple organizations within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area.
NAICS: 813219 Largest/examples A19
A19 - Support N.E.C.
Organizations that provide all forms of support except for financial assistance or fund raising for other organizations within the Arts, Culture, and Humanities major group area.
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples: A20
A20 - Arts & Culture
Organizations that promote, produce or provide access to a variety of arts experiences encompassing the visual, media or performing arts.
Key words: Arts Centers; Arts Guilds; Cultural Centers; Multipurpose Arts; Multipurpose Cultural Organizations;
Scope notes: Includes: Multi-disciplinary arts and cultural centers as well as venues that display or sell local artist's work and that offer workshops, studios and/or classes that deal with a wide variety of art forms.
See also: Historical Societies & Related Historical Activities; Media & Communications; Museums; Performing Arts Centers; Visual Arts
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples A23
A23 - Cultural & Ethnic Awareness
Organizations that promote artistic expression within a particular ethnic community; work for the preservation and promotion of the traditions, values and lifestyles of different cultural groups; organize activities and events which promote cultural exchange locally or nationally; and encourage understanding and respect for different cultural heritages among the youthful members of the group as well as the mainstream population.
Key words: Ancient Order of Hibernians; Cultural Awareness; Cultural Heritage; Cultural Centers; Cultural Fairs; Ethnic Awareness; Ethnic Fairs; Heritage; National Day Celebrations
Scope notes: USE for organizations that offer cultural education programs that can include language instruction but are not limited to language instruction. For language instruction only USE A70 (Humanitites).
USE for multi-discipline cultural and ethnic organizations. For organizations whose program activity is limited to one discipline, code using the appropriate discipline code. For example, an organization that promotes spanish art, music, and dance is coded here, an organization that promotes only Flamenco dancing is coded as a dance organization, A62.
USE for all ethnic fairs and festivals.
Excludes: International cultural exchange. Use International Cultural Exchange (Q21).
Excludes: Culturally-specific business leagues. Use the major group designation, or Chambers of Commerce & Business Leagues (S41) if a major group designation cannot be determined (e.g. use E03 for Jamaican Association of Health Care Professionals). (rev 2007)
See also: Art Museums; Dance; Fairs; Humanities; Intergroup & Race Relations; International Cultural Exchange; Bands & Ensembles; Museums; Chambers of Commerce & Business Leagues
NAICS: 541720 Largest/examples A24
A24 - Folk Arts
Organizations that produce, promote and disseminate information on traditional music, dance, theater or folklore of various cultures
and organizations that perform, present and support folk art in a specific region.
Key words: Folk Art; Folk Culture; Folk Dance; Folk Dancing; Folk Life; Folk Singing; Folk Songs; Folkart; Naive Art; Old Songs; Traditional Arts; Traditional Music
Scope notes: Defining folk art is tricky and difficult. What some want to label as folk art, others want to call "craft" or "ethnic" or "products from primitive, untrained people".
Folk art is art made by people who have had little or no formal schooling in art. Folk artists usually make works of art with traditional techniques and content, in styles handed down through many generations, and often of a particular region.
Traditional crafts, music, dance and stories passed down through families, communities or within tribal, ethnic or occupational groups are among the many forms of folk art.
For users whose NTEE-CC system has not enabled this code, USE A23 instead.
Code reinstated 5/2005
NAICS: 611610 Largest/examples A25
A25 - Arts Education
Organizations that provide informal arts educational programming and/or instruction but do not grant diplomas or degrees; or which offer services regarding the arts to educational institutions or to public entities involved in education.
Key words: Art Classes (non-degree); Art Instruction (non-degree); Art Schools (non-degree); Arts Education or art education (non-degree); Arts Workshops; Informal Arts Education; Informal Arts Instruction; Schools of Art (non-degree)
Scope notes: Excludes: Formal, degree granting schools of the arts. Use Higher Education (B40).
See also: Higher Education; Performing Arts Schools
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples A26
A26 - Arts & Humanities Councils & Agencies
Organizations that foster, nurture and sustain artistic excellence and create a climate in which the arts and humanities may flourish in a community.
Key words: Arts Agencies; Arts Alliances; Arts and Humanities Councils; Arts Councils; Councils on the Arts; Humanities Councils
Scope notes: Term name and definition revised 5/2005
See also: Alliances & Advocacy (A01); Arts Service (A90)
NAICS: 711320 Largest/examples A27
A27 - Community Celebrations
Organizations that are engaged in the promotion, production or performance of community and public celebratory events.
Key words: Arts Fairs; Arts Festivals; Celebratory Events; Community Celebrations; First Nights
Scope notes: Includes: Arts and Street Fairs; First Night Events; and Multidiscipline Arts Festivals
Excludes: Agricultural Fairs (use Fairs N52); Ethnic Fairs & Festivals (use Cultural & Ethnic Awareness A23); Historical events; (use Commemorative Events A84); Music Festivals (use Music A68); and Theater Festivals (Use Theater A65).
For users whose NTEE-CC system has not enabled this code, USE A20.
Code added 5/2005
NAICS: 510000 Largest/examples: A30
A30 - Media & Communications
Organizations that are involved in publishing, productions or programming utilizing any of a variety of media or in educational programs related to the media. Use this code for organizations involved in productions in different types of media or for those using types of media not specified below.
Key words: Broadcasting; Communications; Electronic Media; Media; Public Servers; Web Site Development; Web Site Hosting; Website Development; Website Hosting
Scope notes: Excludes: Religious media, communications. Use Religious Media & Communications (X80).
See also: Religious Media & Communications
NAICS: 512100 Largest/examples A31
A31 - Film & Video
Organizations that produce films, videos and holographic images for a variety of educational, documentary and cultural purposes, and/or promote public appreciation of film and video. Also included are organizations that encourage new, foreign and independent filmmakers through the organization and presentation of film expositions and festivals or which show old or difficult to obtain films in noncommercial facilities.
Key words: Documentary Film Production; Film; Film Appreciation; Film Expositions; Film Festivals; Film Preservation; Film Production; Foreign Films; Holographic Images; Holography; Independent Film Makers; Video; Video Appreciation; Video Production
Scope notes: Excludes: Religious film or video. Use Religious Film & Video (X81).
See also: Religious Film & Video
NAICS: 515120 Largest/examples A32
A32 - Television
Organizations engaged in television productions and broadcast. Includes producers of public television, cable television, community access television, broadcasting in schools, and interactive television.
Key words: Cable Television; Cable TV; Closed Circuit Television; Community Access Television; Community Television; Educational Television; Interactive Television; Public Television; School Television; Television Production
Scope notes: Includes: Producers of public television; Cable television; Community access television; Broadcasting in schools; and Interactive television.
Excludes: Religious television. Use Religious Television (X82).
See also: Religious Television
NAICS: 511199 Largest/examples A33
A33 - Printing & Publishing
Organizations that publish a variety of materials on diverse topics. Includes university presses.
Key words: Book Publishing; Journalism; Literary Journals and Presses; Magazine Publishing; Newspaper Publishing; Publications; Publishing; University Presses
Scope notes: USE for publishing programs that are general in nature. Newletters published for the benefit of specific organizations should be coded to a specific field area with the appropriate common code.
Includes: University presses.
Excludes: Religious printing or publishing (use Religious Printing & Publishing, X83);
and organizations whose primary function is the retail sale of or those that publish a newsletter, magazine, journal, directory, or a house organ as one of many activities.
See also: Religious Printing & Publishing
NAICS: 515112 Largest/examples A34
A34 - Radio
Organizations engaged in radio productions and broadcast, including public radio stations and radio stations that offer programming that is designed for community residents who are blind or visually impaired (radio reading services).
Key words: National Public Radio; NPR; Public Radio Broadcasting; Radio Reading Services
Scope notes: Excludes: Religious radio. Use Religious Radio (X84).
See also: Religious Radio
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples: A40
A40 - Visual Arts
Organizations whose activities promote or provide access to a variety of visual arts. Included are organizations that focus on an art form in a specific medium such as stained glass or textiles.
Key words: Architectural Centers; Architectural Services; Art Conservation; Art Galeeries; Art Printmaking; Ceramic Arts; Clay Arts; Computer Art; Crafts; Decorative Arts; Drawing; Enamelwork; Experimental Arts; Fiber Art; Fine Arts; Glass Arts; Intermedia; Jewelry Arts; Lacquer Work; Metal Arts; Mixed Media; Mosaics; Origami; Painting; Paper Arts; Photography; Pottery; Printmaking; Quilting; Sculpture; Stained Glass; Studio Arts; Textile Arts; Visual Arts; Visual Arts Appreciation; Weaving Arts
Scope notes: Includes: Architectural centers and services; Art conservation organizations; Ceramic arts organizations; Painting, drawing and sculpture organizations; and Organizations devoted to photography.
USE for art galleries in which visual artists can exhibit and sell their work. Do not confuse "Art Galleries" as venues with museums that have "Gallery" in their name such as "The National Gallery of Art".
See also: Art Museums
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples: A50
A50 - Museums
Organizations that acquire, preserve, research, exhibit and provide for the educational use of works of art, objects or artifacts that are related to the study of zoology, biology, botany, mineralogy, geology and other natural sciences; history; archeology; or science and technology. Use this code for types of museums not specified below.
Key words: Archaeological Museums; Archeological Museums; Automobile Museums; Boat Museums; Circus Museums; Comedy Museums; Crime Museums; Culture-Specific Museums; Doll Museums; Film Museums; Fire-Fighting Museums; Forestry Museums; Gun Museums; Hall of Fame; Historic Ships; Hobby Museums; Holocaust Museums; Lapidary Arts Museums; Logging/Lumber Museums; Mapparium Museums; Marine Museums; Maritime Museums; Model Train Museums; Money/Numismatic Museums; Motion Picture Museums; Musical Instrument Museums; Naval Museums; Observatories; Philatelic Museums; Planetaria; Planetarium; Postal Museums; Railroad Museums; Religious Museums; Scouting Museums; Ship Museums; Specialized Museums; Sport Halls of Fame; Sports Museums; Theater Museums; Toy Museums; Train Museums; Transportation Museums; Video Museums; Visitors Center; Wax Museums; Whaling Museums; Woodcarving Museums
Scope notes: Includes: Folk arts, ethnic museums; Marine, maritime museums; Planetariums; Sports and hobby museums including halls of fame; and Other specialized museums.
Excludes: Ethnic organizations that are not museums. Use Cultural & Ethnic Awareness (A23).
See also: Botanical Gardens & Arboreta; Environmental Education; Zoos & Aquariums
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples A51
A51 - Art Museums
Organizations that acquire, preserve and exhibit collections of objects including fine art, decorative art, folk/ethnic art and textiles that are collected primarily for their aesthetic qualities and their importance as representatives of a particular artistic tradition or style.
Key words: Art Exhibitions; Art Galleries; Contemporary Art Museums; Decorative Art Museums; Ethnic Art Museums; Folk Art Museums; Modern Art Museums; Textile Museums
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples A52
A52 - Children's Museums
Organizations that develop and maintain educational exhibits that are structured for the size, interests and intellectual capacity of young children. Childrens museums are participatory and allow visitors to interact with the exhibits (touching, exploring, manipulating), and many offer organized lessons for groups of school children that focus on one or more of the exhibits. NOTE: See also A57, Science and Technology Museums, for other organizations with substantial activities and collections for children.
Key words: Discovery Museums; Youth Museums
See also: Science & Technology Museums
NAICS: 541720 Largest/examples A53
A53 - Folk Arts Museums(Draft Code - not for internal IRS use)
Specialized museums, foundations and other organizations whose activities and collections preserve and promote the culture and history of a specific nationality, or racial or ethnic group, e.g. Native Americans.
Scope notes: Excludes: Folk art organizations that are not museums (Use Folk Arts A24); and Ethnic organizations that are not museums (Use Cultural & Ethnic Awareness A23).
Do Not Use USE A50 Museums for Folk Arts Musuems,
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples A54
A54 - History Museums
Organizations that acquire, preserve, research and exhibit collections of objects including documents, tools, implements and furnishings that have significance in helping to interpret or understand the past. History museums may specialize in a specific era such as early Greece or Rome, a particular geographical region such as California or Appalachia, a particular ethnic or cultural group such as Native Americans or a specific subject area such as costumes; and may contain items created or used by contemporary or historical figures.
Key words: Local Art & History Museums; Historic House Museums; Historical Society Museum; Colonial Farm Museums; Costume Museums; Interpretive Farm Museums; History Museums; Living History Museums; Military Museums; War Museums
Scope notes: USE for historical societies that operate a museum as their primary purpose.
See also: Historical Societies & Related Historical Activities
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples A56
A56 - Natural History & Natural Science Museums
Organizations that acquire, preserve, research and exhibit collections of objects that have significance in the natural sciences including botany, zoology, geology and physical and cultural anthropology.
Key words: Anthropology Museums; Entomology Museums; Ethnology Museums; Geology Museums; Herbarium Museums; Herpetology Museums; Mineralogy Museums; Natural History Museums; Natural Science Museums; Ornithology Museums
See also: Botanical Gardens & Arboreta
NAICS: 712110 Largest/examples A57
A57 - Science & Technology Museums
Organizations that develop and maintain educational exhibits which illustrate principles from mathematics and the physical sciences.
Key words: Agriculture Museums; Aeronautical Museums; Aeronautics and Space Museums; Aerospace Museums; Air and Space Museums; Astronomy Museums; Communications Museums; Industrial Museums; Medical Science Museums; Mining Museums; Pharmacology Museums; Science Museums; Space Museums; Technology Museums
See also: Childrens Museums
NAICS: 711100 Largest/examples: A60
A60 - Performing Arts
Organizations that provide access to the performing arts or a variety of art forms including the performing arts, and/or which present performing arts series. Use this code for organizations devoted to art forms not specified below.
Key words: Circus Arts; Experimental Companies; Multimedia Companies; Performing Arts; Performing Arts Series
NAICS: 711310 Largest/examples A61
A61 - Performing Arts Centers
Organizations that operate facilities including theaters for the performing arts.
Key words: Performing arts theater facilities; Theater facilities; Performing arts presenters
Scope notes: USE this code for organizations whose main activity is presenting touring performing arts productions to the public. USE other codes in the A60 series when the organization includes resident performing arts troupes that produce their own work.
NAICS: 711120 Largest/examples A62
A62 - Dance
Organizations that create and/or perform a variety of types of dance, including modern, folk, country and western, and square dancing.
Key words: African Dance; Choreography; Contra Dance; Country and Western Dance; Dance Companies; Dance Festivals; Dance Groups; Ethnic Dance; Flamenco Ballet; Flamenco Dancing; Folk Dance; Interpretive Dance; Irish Dance; Israeli Dance; Jazz Dance; Line Dance; Modern Dance; Polka; Square Dance; Tap Dance; Traditional Dance
Scope notes: USE for ethnic and cultural organizations which promote, produce or provide only dance productions; USE Cutural & Ethnic Awareness (A23) for ethnic & cultural organizations that promote, produce, or provide multi-discipline arts programming.
Includes organizations for the preservation and enjoyment of dance, such as dance clubs. Does not include competitive dance drill and dance tumble teams (use N60). (rev 2007)
NAICS: 711120 Largest/examples A63
A63 - Ballet
Dance organizations that create and/or perform primarily ballet.
Key words: Ballet Companies; Ballet Troupes
NAICS: 711110 Largest/examples A65
A65 - Theater
Organizations whose primary activity is the production of plays. (Organizations that present the productions of others should be classified as presenters. (A61)
Key words: Acting Companies; Amateur Theaters; Broadway Shows; Burlesque; Childrens Theaters; Childrens Performances; Childrens Plays; Childrens Theater; Comedies; Community Theaters; Community Theatrical Groups; Drama; Dramatic Arts; Dramatic Productions; Marionette Shows; Mimes; Musical Plays; Musical Theater; Musicals; Plays; Playwriting; Puppet Shows; Shakespeare Festivals; Shakespearean Festivals; Stage Plays; Storytelling; Summer Stock; Theater Companies; Theater Festivals; Theater Performances; Theater Troupes; Tragedies; Traveling Theaters
Scope notes: Excludes: Organizations that have as their PRIMARY PURPOSE, the operation, restoration, or maintenance of theater facilities that are used for presenting the works of others, films, or other community events. (Use A61, performing arts centers and presenters for organizations focused on performing arts. Use A20 for arts centers that are equally focused on visual and performing arts.)
Excludes: Organizations, such as some guilds or "friends of" organizations that have as their PRIMARY PURPOSE, the financial support for a theater company that is a separately incorporated nonprofit organization.
See also: Opera
NAICS: 711130 Largest/examples A68
A68 - Music
Organizations whose primary activity is the production of musical events, including concert series and music festivals.
Key words: Concert Series; Music Competitions; Music Composition; Music Festivals; Musical Events
NAICS: 711130 Largest/examples A69
A69 - Symphony Orchestras
Organizations whose primary activity is the operation of a symphony
orchestra including youth symphonies.
Key words: Chamber Orchestras; Orchestras; Philharmonic; Symphonies; Youth Orchestras; Youth Symphonies
See also: Bands & Ensembles
NAICS: 711130 Largest/examples A6A
A6A - Opera
Organizations whose primary activity is the production of operas.
Key words: Comic Operas; Light Operas; Opera Companies; Operettas
NAICS: 711130 Largest/examples A6B
A6B - Singing & Choral Groups
Organizations whose primary activity is the production of concerts including barbershop singing groups, glee clubs/choir groups, childrens choirs and other singing ensembles.
Key words: Barbershop Quartets; Boys Choirs; Childrens Choirs; Choirs; Choral Groups; Choruses; Church Music; Glee Clubs; Gospel Music; Religious Music; Sacred Music; Singing Ensembles; Singing Groups; Singing Societies; Sweet Adelines
NAICS: 711130 Largest/examples A6C
A6C - Bands & Ensembles
Organizations that produce music not specifically covered by another category including marching bands, jazz groups, chamber music groups, blues, country music, ethnic music (e.g., Brazilian, Celtic, Afro-pop, etc.), folk music, rhythm and blues.
Key words: Bands; Brass Bands; Blues; Chamber Music; Community Bands; Country Music; Ethnic Music; Folk Music; Improvisational Music; Jazz Groups; Jazz Music; Marching Bands; Musical Groups; Rhythm and Blues; Rock Music; Youth Bands
See also: Singing & Choral Groups
NAICS: 611610 Largest/examples A6E
A6E - Performing Arts Schools
Organizations that offer classes in the performing arts but do not confer academic degrees.
Key words: Dance Schools (non-degree); Drama Schools (non-degree); Performing Arts Schools (non-degree); Theater Schools (non-degree)
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples: A70
A70 - Humanities
Organizations that promote the study, teaching, or appreciation of the humanities (archaeology, art history, history, modern and classical languages, philosophy and ethics, and theology and comparative religion).
Key words: Art History; Book Clubs; Book Discussion Groups; Book Fairs; Book Readings; Book Review Groups; Book Signings; Chinese Languages; Classical Languages; Comparative Religion; Creative Writing; English Language; Ethics; Fictionwriting; Foreign Language Schools; French Language Schools; German Language Institutes; Holocaust Studies; Humanities; Japanese Language; Language and Linguistics; Literary Activities; Literary Services; Literature; Philosophy; Poetry Readings; Poetry Writing; Reading Clubs; Russian Language; Social Sciences; Spanish Language; Theology
Scope notes: USE for language instruction schools that offer language instruction only and do not teach language as part of a broader cultural education program. For cultural education including language instruction USE A23 (Cultural and Ethnic Awareness).
NAICS: 712120 Largest/examples: A80
A80 - Historical Organizations
Organizations that promote awareness of and appreciation for history and historical artifacts. Use this code for organizations that are not specified below.
Key words: Ancestry; Family Histories; Family Name Societies; Genealogical Societies; Genealogy; Holocaust Memorials; Material Culture Conservation; Memorials; Monuments; Patriotic Societies; Presidential Birthplaces; Veterans Memorials; War Memorials
See also: History Museums
NAICS: 712120 Largest/examples A82
A82 - Historical Societies & Historic Preservation
Organizations that interpret, collect and preserve the historical heritage of a specific geographic location.
Key words: Historical Markers; Historic District Preservation; Historic Home Preservation; Historic House Designation; Historic Preservation; Historic Properties Preservation; Historic Preservation of Churches; Historic Site Designation; Historic Site Preservation; Historical Associations; Historical Burial Site Preservation; Historical Preservation; Historical Societies; Oral History
Scope notes: For historical societies that operate a museum as their primary purpose USE A54 (History Museums).
Excludes: Main Street Programs, USE S20 Community & Neighborhood Development.
For users whose NTEE-CC system has not enabled this code, USE A80 instead.
Code reinstated 5/2005
See also: History Museums
NAICS: 712120 Largest/examples A84
A84 - Commemorative Events
Organizations that sponsor activities which celebrate, memorialize and sometimes recreate important events in history such as battles, treaties, speeches, centennials, independence days, catastrophes that had an important impact or other similar occasions.
Key words: Bicentennials; Centennials; Civil War Reenactments; Columbus Day; Dedication Ceremonies; Heritage Days; Historical Reenactments; Independence Day; July 4th; Memorial Celebrations; Revolutionary War Reenactments; Veterans Day
Scope notes: Includes: July 4th Parades and Celebrations
NAICS: 813219 Largest/examples: A90
A90 - Arts Services
Organizations that provide services such as facilities or touring assistance for arts organizations.
Key words: Art Facilities; Artisans Services; Artist Registries; Artists Services; Arts Services; Equipment Access and Services for Artists; Legal Services for Artists; Slide Registries; Touring Assistance; Travel Grants for Artists
Scope notes: Use for organizations offering a variety of services specifically for artists and arts organizations including legal and financial services, services to individual artists or groups of artists in the form of workshops, funds to indigent artists, discounts on group purchases, or tax, legal, or accounting aid.
NAICS: 710000 Largest/examples A99
A99 - Arts, Culture & Humanities N.E.C.
Organizations that provide arts and humanities services or products not covered by other categories.
Key words: Arts and Sciences