The Italian government wants to make damn sure teens are culturally enriched.
Createquity Podcast Series 2: The Cost of Being Creative
Createquity and Fractured Atlas team members compare notes on how to improve the lives of working artists.
China Further Fortifies its Virtual Borders (And Other April Stories)
Apple, Disney get the boot as the world’s most populous nation hardens its resistance to Western influences.
Introducing a new podcast!
Now you can enjoy Createquity in your headset as well on as your screen, thanks to this joint project with Fractured Atlas.
Createquity adds three new editorial team members
Give a warm welcome to Katy Coy, Salem Tsegaye and Benzamin Yi.
Netflix Is Taking Over (and Other January Stories)
Not satisfied with killing Blockbuster, the streamer is now setting its sights on Hollywood and the world.
A New Front in the Culture Wars (and other November stories)
November 13 attacks further establish cultural venues as potential terrorist targets.
Smart Public Art: Interactive Technology and Public Art Evaluation
Tapping the knowledge-gathering potential of interactive technologies online and in the field.
The Art of “Having it All”
An exploration of the challenges and rewards mothers face in balancing work, family, and a creative life.
Investing in Creativity: The “Investing Less Time in Reading” Version
This is a shortened version of my Arts Policy Library article on Investing in Creativity. Investing in Creativity: A Study of the Support Structures for U.S. Artists (2003), an Urban Institute publication authored by Maria-Rosario Jackson, Florence Kabwasa-Green, Daniel Swenson, Joaquin Herranz, Jr., Kadija Ferryman, Caron Atlas, Eric Wallner, and Carole Rosenstein, sheds light onRead More