Okay. I wrote a really long discursive essay about The Theater(s) We Need Now – and I didn’t even dive too deep into the arts admin weeds – but I know how things are, I know what life is like, I know everybody’s busy so
Someday, if the Earth survives this oligarchy’s drive to suck the life out of her and us, historians, archivists, and survivors will share stories of the work being made in “this era.” 1 Panel & 2 shows.
On Presidents Day in The Club at La MaMa, Nicky Paraiso gathered a packed house of artists and audience members for an evening of protest, stories, songs, dances, reveries and resistance as part of “Bad and Nasty” Performance Protests.
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.