Monthly Archives: November 2010

Last week, I was catching up with economic news by listening to American Public Media’s Marketplace, and was introduced to journalist David Brancaccio’s blog and column titled Economy 4.0. I was struck by the plethora of indicators trying to measure … Continue reading

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It’s not new: understanding – and trumpeting – the “economic impact” of arts and culture has been a small industry in the field for some time. Most notably, Americans for the Arts has conducted three national studies of “The Arts … Continue reading

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The recent economic challenges have heightened awareness of and concern for the proliferation of visual and performing arts facilities built in the last 20 years with unsupportable debt and/or insufficient working capital.  Given the challenges that arts groups face raising … Continue reading

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