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The Pitfalls of Shared Goals: What is the Commons?

This is the first piece in a three-part series on the tragedy of the commons and what it means for the arts sector. Remember that group project you had in middle school where one of the members slacked off and got the same grade as you? What about that green stuff growing in the back […]

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Looking Beyond Our Borders for National Arts Education Policies

Common perception among arts educators in the United States is that the arts are “edged out” of the curriculum because schools value them less than math and reading. Schools value the arts less than math and reading because math and reading are on state tests; in turn, math and reading are on the state tests […]

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On Stories vs. Data

(Cross-posted from the Fractured Atlas blog. This is the second in an occasional series on Fractured Atlas’s research approach and philosophy. The first can be found here.) Many of us, especially if we’ve been present at a Rocco Landesman speech in the past year or so, are probably familiar with the quote widely attributed to W. […]

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Around the horn: Frequent Flyer edition

The NYC launch party for 20UNDER40 is taking place at Bar 13 (13th and University near Union Square) on Monday, December 13 from 6:30-8:30pm. Fractured Atlas is co-hosting. See you there? News and announcements In what is undoubtedly the highest-profile and most unusual merger of arts organizations since the Great Recession hit, Bill T. Jones/Arnie […]

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