The alt-right’s attempt to shutter artist spaces, Rocky at the NEA, and a new law that could free up some Hamilton tickets.
The latest podcast from Createquity and Fractured Atlas looks at different visions of success for cultural equity, and examines how pursuing those visions has played out in practice.
The latest podcast from Createquity and Fractured Atlas looks at the effect of television on our lives, our communities, and our creative work.
ENDNOTES The following notes accompany our feature article Making Sense of Cultural Equity, published on August 31, 2016: (1) (Some) cultural equity pioneers Our goal with this article is not to present a detailed history of the movement for cultural equity. Still, there are many artists, activists and arts institutions who have contributed significantly to this movement,Read More
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Not satisfied with killing Blockbuster, the streamer is now setting its sights on Hollywood and the world.