“Even though arts leaders and arts journalists don’t always work in tandem, their goals are usually the same: to raise awareness of work that reflects our society”

"There's been a gradual erosion of local news reporting—not just in the arts, but in all areas—as media outlets have cut back on their reporting staffs," he says. "This doesn't mean that people aren't interested in their communities. It just shows that the economics of the digital age make it harder for local outlets to compete against national and international…

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Arts attendance among American adults is declining

"Danced at a wedding? Crocheted a sweater for your niece? Posted a photograph on Facebook? Then you participated in “art making” or “art sharing,” according to the survey. Listened to music on an iPod or a radio? Then you’re among the 71 percent of Americans who consumed the arts through electronic media, by far the most popular activity recorded." New…

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Proposed NEA Cuts

Pay attention people: Here's a comprehensive article about the Federal government's proposed NEA cuts. Read here. I would encourage all artists, arts administrators, fans, and advocates to sign the petition on the Performing Arts Alliance's website. 

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