Monthly Archives: October 2012

Late last year, I started work as the part time Administrative Director of a small community arts organization in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. I took the position because of a desire to ground my work locally and to … Continue reading

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Late last year, I started work as the part time Administrative Director of a small community arts organization in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. I took the position because of a desire to ground my work locally and to … Continue reading

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Late last year, I started work as the part time Administrative Director of a small community arts organization in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. I took the position because of a desire to ground my work locally and to … Continue reading

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My work at WolfBrown often involves a good deal of computer programming, the study of which often leads me to discover unique alternative modes of working. One such approach is known as Agile software development, an idea codified in 2001 … Continue reading

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This summer, the National Endowment for the Arts fielded its updated Survey of Public Participation in the Arts (SPPA). Not only has the questionnaire itself been updated, but also it’s being asked of a lot more people this time around-almost … Continue reading

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There was a severe drought this past summer covering over 60% of the country, which made it one of the driest on record. Since the economic crisis in 2008, arts and culture groups have also experienced continued desiccation of the … Continue reading

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