ART AND THE GOVERNMENT As you know, there was an election last week, and Barack Obama won it. Thankfully this means that Barry Hessenius’s worst fears about the NEA likely won’t be realized, but Barry does have some useful advocacy advice that is worth a read regardless of the outcome. Ted Johnson has a helpful pre-electionRead More
Do we have unreasonable expectations about what art can do for us?
I’ve been meaning to write on this subject for quite some time, ever since Greg Sandow posted the thought-provoking second part of his series on How to Advocate for the Arts. Greg’s thesis can be more or less summed up by this quote: If some things in art can’t support themselves in the market place,Read More