Lady Gaga appointed co-chair of U.S. President Joe Biden’s Arts and Humanities Committee
YEREVAN, APRIL 14, ARMENPRESS. American singer-songwriter Lady Gaga has been appointed as a co-chair of U.S. President Joe Biden’s Arts and Humanities Committee.
Lady Gaga has joined movie producer Bruce Cohen, 61, in being named by the U.S. President as two of the newest leaders of the prestigious body that has been tasked with “positively impacting the arts.”
The White House’s Twitter account posted on Thursday (13.04.23): "Welcome newly appointed members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, led by @BruceCohen83 and @ladygaga!. We look forward to partnering to positively impact the arts, libraries, museums, and humanities work across the country."
A-listers including Jon Batiste, George Clooney, Shonda Rhimes, Kerry Washington Troy Kotsur and Jennifer Garner have also become members.
The committee dates back to 1982 and was founded to offer advice to the President on cultural matters and, until now, has typically been led by the First Lady.