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Tenth Anniversary!!

This isn’t just any New Year’s Eve post, this is the TENTH ANNIVERSARY of Creative Infrastructure! Continue reading

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Last Words?

I’m working on how to close out Creative Infrastructures: Artists, Money, and Entrepreneurial Action. My thinking has evolved, somewhat circuitously, since I began studying entrepreneurship and then public administration fifteen years ago. The writing has really been about me untying … Continue reading

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I’m Still Here

I’m still here. I launched this blog on December 31, 2010 and have written an anniversary post on or near New Year’s Eve each year since. These eight years have seen a lot of change – in the world, in … Continue reading

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Tbilisi, Day 3 – Cultural Diplomacy (or, a conference and a feast)

Although I was in no way officially representing the United States, my role at the conference hosted by Creative Initiatives on my 3rd day in Tbilisi was to provide an overview of US arts and culture incubation practices. I was … Continue reading

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I Love Mondays!

The Boomtown Rats may not like Mondays (and neither, apparently, did Brenda Ann Spencer, about whom Bob Geldof wrote their hit) but I LOVE ‘EM! Mondays are an important part of my personal creative infrastructure, so I’m opening a window … Continue reading

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