Category Archives: Culture and democracy

Art Not Automated

Until a few weeks ago, I would pay a student worker in a kiosk adjacent to the parking ramp where I have a meeting each Friday and have a ticket validated before returning to my car and exiting the garage. … 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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Art. Science. Data

“All data is interesting,” a colleague said to me earlier in the week. “No,” I replied, “I don’t think so.” Not only is not all data interesting, not all data is relevant. There are piles of data being collected about … Continue reading

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State of Change

Because I teach, research, and blog about arts entrepreneurship, I have to thank The Atlantic for the great year-end gift of a platform on which to build my Creative Infrastructure anniversary post. In an article by literary critic William Deresiewicz … Continue reading

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Erosion

It was a bad week for free speech. The most public event was Sony’s cancellation of the release of “The Interview,” Seth Rogan’s satirical movie about a fictional assassination plot against North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Then, the nonprofit … Continue reading

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Barriers to Entry

I had the good fortune to spend a weekend in my hometown of New York City recently and visited several museums while there. On a rainy Saturday afternoon, I trekked to the Upper East Side to see an exhibit of … Continue reading

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Guns Over Speech?

From time to time, I range away from Creative Infrastructure’s focus on “thoughts and ideas about infrastructure for the arts” to other topics about which I am passionate, and this is one of those times — but not really.   The … Continue reading

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