Everyone deserves equal access to a full, vibrant creative life, which is essential to a healthy and democratic society. – from Americans for the Arts: Statement on Cultural Equity On Saturday evening, as part of Bridging: A French-American Dialogue on Diversity and Inclusion in
“When are we artists and when are we everyone?” The answer, of course, is that artists are always everyone, we are members of a greater Public, and it is in acknowledging this that artists can create change.
Culturebot on DanceUSA’s e-journal article “Is American Modern Dance a Pyramid Scheme?” Part I
“Theatre is about bringing people together. It’s not easy, it’s not cheap, and it takes a lot of work.”
Aaron Gervais shares some thoughts on arts funding.
Composer Aaron Gervais shares some thoughts on artistic merit & arts funding.
Aaron Gervais shares some thoughts on arts funding
Read Maximum Performance (BETA) Andy’s collected essays 2011-2013. Pay what you will.
Two essays on Performing the Archive and Building Community from Animating Democracy’s May 2014 Blog Salon.
New York is not becoming a Global City, it already is. How did that happen and what does that mean?
Leslie Strongwater talks to Cheryl Henson about coming out of the object-theater closet and owning the “p-word”: puppets.
The BKCP report is the culmination of eight months of hard work representing 3165+ person-hours of labor and $130K+ of in-kind support and $8K of self-funded cash donations. Meet the people who made it happen.