Monthly Archives: October 2018

Responding to Clay Lord

Clay, you state “Knowing people prioritize core issue areas like education, job security, housing, public safety, and health and wellness, how do we show the important ways the arts intersect with their day-to-day lives?” and I wonder whether you feel … Continue reading

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This is my comment to extend the conversation on that article I wrote for the Arts Professional blog. ——————————————– I think both responses thus far highlight exactly what is at stake in this conversation: To what extent are we willing … Continue reading

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