Note to readers: today, I’m introducing a new interview series on Createquity. Every so often, I’m going to conduct some email correspondence with interesting folks who you (probably) haven’t heard of about issues pertaining to this blog, and share the results with everyone here. Since this is a new feature, please do let me knowRead More
ArtsJournal Conversation on Creative Rights & Artists
This week, the venerable ArtsJournal is hosting (with Fractured Atlas, Future of Music Coalition, and the National Alliance for Media Arts + Culture) a discussion about artists’ creative rights and arts policy / advocacy more generally. I’m one of 22 featured bloggers, along with my Fractured Atlas colleague Justin Karr and some other great voicesRead More
If I’ve learned nothing else in the first half of this year, I’ve learned that the arts policy blogosphere and its related universe is far more vast than I once imagined, and growing all the time. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, take note: these folks are all your friends and colleagues too.Read More
Is Disney World Art?
So, back in January my girlfriend and I went to Disney World. Neither of us had ever been before (though she was a veteran of both Tokyo Disney and Euro Disney). It was kind of an ironic journey; having been deprived of the iconic pre-adolescent suburban white kid experience growing up, we decided to claimRead More