Monthly Archives: September 2011


I interviewed lighting designer Allen Hahn recently about his curatorial approach to the lighting designs in the US National Exhibit at last summer’s Prague Quadrennial of Scenography.  He explained that the curatorial team identified a trend toward “authenticity” in the … Continue reading

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The Synthesizing Mind, or Why I Like Cooking

One of my earliest postings on this blog referenced Howard Gardner’s “Disciplined Mind.” I continue to use his “Five Minds for the Future” as a framework for teaching arts entrepreneurship. Recently, I have become particularly interested in “The Synthesizing Mind.” … Continue reading

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