A response to NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman’s controversial comments about the arts market.
The Top 10 Arts Policy Stories of 2010
Everybody likes a Top 10 list, right? Especially the nerdy ones! So here’s my contribution: the second annual list of the top ten arts policy stories from the past year. You can check out the 2009 edition here. 10. Intrinsic Impact Research Marches On WolfBrown’s groundbreaking work on measuring “intrinsic impact” (the intangible, hard-to-define effectsRead More
Two webcasts to follow
One of the happiest developments of the past year or so has been that, thanks to live streaming technology and a growing culture of sharing ideas, many of the conferences that one formerly had to attend in person to experience are now available for free to anyone with a computer and a broadband connection. TwoRead More
Rocco Landesman nominated to lead NEA
All the blogs are buzzing about it, but in case you’ve missed it: Rocco Landesman, the Broadway producer of “Angels in America” and “The Producers” among many others, has been nominated to succeed Dana Gioia as the next chair of the National Endowment for the Arts. I’m not personally familiar with Landesman, but the consensusRead More