Monthly Archives: July 2012

Issues of Outcomes and Measurement

After reading Ian David Moss’s critique of the “creative placemaking” logic model (or lack thereof) I couldn’t resist doing a little research so that I could better understand the issue.  After looking at the roots of creative placemaking in public … Continue reading

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Why Arts Entrepreneurship?

After “Hey Where’d Your Creativity Go?,” the questions I get asked most often is, “WHY Arts Entrepreneurship?”  It seems fitting that for the 100th posting on Creative Infrastructure, I answer that question.  There are many reasons why I decided to … Continue reading

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(Not) Having it All

In late April, I posted a short note about “personal symbiosis,” the mutuality of our work and personal systems.  This was weeks before Anne-Marie Slaughter’s piece in the Atlantic that reminded women that having it all is nigh on impossible … Continue reading

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