The California Arts Council, the agency behind state government's arts grants, is putting down most of its chips from a one-time, $2 million funding windfall on several new bets involving arts education and community improvement...
A new study looking at large cohorts of PhD recipients in history is quick to point out that the doctorate in the field almost always seems to result in employment—and not of the barista variety. Further, the study finds that many new doctorates are finding their way...
Do you want to know how to sell art? Do you have one foot in the past? Do you have your other foot in the future? Do you consider yourself someone with a point of view and something to say? If you answered yes to these questions, then this article is for you.
We're nearly at the end of the semester, and I'm currently writing the latest iteration of my students' final (nontest) assignment for the semester, the portfolio and self-evaluation. The instructions for the assignment are fairly straightforward: to create their portfolio,...
If a wealthy person writes a large check to a worthy cultural organization, does that constitute an act of leadership? It's an interesting question. You'd think it must, since that increasingly has become the descriptive word of choice, along with "vision," in the speeches...
The question of when highly accomplished people reach their peak level of creativity has long fascinated researchers. Some make huge breakthroughs relatively early in life: think of Igor Stravinsky, who composed the groundbreaking ballet The Rite of Spring at age 31. Others...
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