Tirades, manifestoes, and
musings on the role of theatre
in American society.
Thank so much, Scott! I've read your whole Occupy Lincoln Center series, and really appreciate your tackling this in such a specific and concrete way. It's heartening how much people are suddenly paying attention to inequity. Having the types of facts and figures you provide is a huge help to those who wish to do something about it. And of course, I agree: the way it's being done is wrong.
Just linked to your Occupy series in my new blog proposing an approach to cultural policy: http://arlenegoldbard.com/?p=1354
I agree this is great! I've actually compiled various snidbits in an email I sent to some of my friends who work with their own art-nonprofit orginizations in order to link them towards your blog, the report, and the other discussions going on. (soon to link up on my page as well.) Even though I'm still trying to digest the Occupy Series (Not afraid to admit I'm a little slow)I really appreciate that you've kept us posted on matters such as this. I've certainly learned/witnessed, from this summer alone, the number of BS factors that create a hindrance to struggling artists and organizations out there today. It really is rediculous. (I want to say more, but probably shouldnt)- Nevertheless, Now I feel like I can occassionally toss in my two cents with a better informative stance when I get together with those who have been in the arts much longer than I have! Thanks scott!;)
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