The Washington Times - January 20, 2009, 08:55PM

Tony Goldwyn, co-president of the Creative Coalition, says that that it doesn’t really matter whether a Democrat or a Republican is in the White House. Arts education is a cause for both sides of the aisle, he said Tuesday night at a pre-ball party hosted by the Creative Coalition, Congressional Quarterly and Capitol File Magazine.

“The Bush administration was surprisingly easy to work with on arts-related matters,” he said. “Arts education is totally bipartisan.”

Stephanie Green