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The Centrality of Affordable Housing in Arts Advocacy

The Grad Center at CUNY is doing a yearlong initiative titled “Cultural Capital: The Promise and Price of New York’s Creative Economy.” They’ve had a number of interesting panels and talks throughout the semester. Of particular interest was the panel—What … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Santa Cruz

Really interesting conversation happening over on Issac Butler’s blog, Parabasis about the closing of Shakespeare Santa Cruz (which always seemed to me like really lovely place to work). The announcement of SSC’s closing was sudden, and is apparently due to a … Continue reading

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You’re subsidizing the arts right now.

And back to Why Are Artists Poor! (Seems like a musical when you add the exclamation mark doesn’t it?  Sorry to disappoint. If it’s any comfort, I’m disappointed too. I love musicals.) If you’ve been on pins and needles for … Continue reading

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