Category Archives: Arts education

Art, Change, and Small Steps

There is an interesting Op-ed in the New York Times today written by Antanas Mockus, a former mayor of Bogotá, Columbia. (Between Mockus’s two terms, Bogotá was led by another visionary, Enrique Peñalosa.) In his article, Mockus describes an art … Continue reading

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The Arrogance and Humility of the Monolingual (L’ arrogance et l’ humilité du monolingue)

Quick on the heels of the Americans for the Arts annual convention, I headed to France for the biennial conference of AIMAC (International Association of Arts and Culture Management) where I presented a paper titled “Means and Ends: A Theory … Continue reading

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Arts and Public Policy (a syllabus)

In the very early days of this blog, as I was transitioning my research focus from lighting design to arts management, entrepreneurship and policy, I was frequently asked, “Do you miss it?” or, more bluntly, “Where’d your creativity go.” I … Continue reading

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We’ve Been Warned

Over the past several weeks, as I read of a bill in Oklahoma to ban the teaching of AP US history, an attempt by Wisconsin governor Scott Walker to delete “search for truth” and other central tenets of the Wisconsin … Continue reading

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Creativity and New Venture Creation in the Arts

PAVE PROGRAM IN ARTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY presents   Creativity and New Venture Creation in the Arts 4th Biennial Symposium on Entrepreneurship and the Arts (presented in collaboration with the UW-Madison Bolz Center for Arts Administration) This two … Continue reading

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Through the Eyes of My Students 2

Last fall, in response to some blogosphere noise asserting that there was no such thing as arts entrepreneurship, I posted some of my students’ articulations of the construct as written on a course discussion board. This semester, students are reading Andrew Simonet’s … Continue reading

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New Report on Arts Business Training

I’m very proud of some work The Pave Program in Arts Entrepreneurship has done recently in partnership with the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. One of my graduate students, Mollie Flanagan (the Inaugural Tremaine Fellow in Arts Entrepreneurship) and I have authored … Continue reading

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