In memory of our dear friend. May his journey be peaceful.
If you are not a city, state, or federal employee, odds are these days, you stand a good chance of losing your job, your home, or your pension; or all three. If you are a retiree, you probably don’t have … Continue reading
Simply said: Engaging artists as window dressers for civic boosterism is always a losing proposition, both for the artists and for the city. Even though it may be well intended, it is unfortunate when political leaders -furthering assumptive notions of … Continue reading
What is the single, most fundamental problem facing the development of art programs and the long-term stability of cultural organizations? If you answered Lack Of Funding, congratulations; your choice reflects sentiments shared by approximately ninety-five percent of cultural organizations and … Continue reading
Follow the money. This is a truism fundamental to the history of art. And if you do follow the money, you will find that these days, increasingly, the money is traveling on a parallel rotation with mother earth: Eastward. Go … Continue reading