Monthly Archives: August 2014

In an age when digitization can make near perfect copies of things, why should an original be so much more highly valued than a copy? If a copy is so accurate that it requires machines and chemical tests to determine its … Continue reading

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Bruce Renfroe operated a NYC subway system (MTA) elevator that carries passengers to and from subway tracks 10 stories below ground – a 40-second ride. As Anne Bergeron and Beth Tuttle recount in their recent book Magnetic: the Art and … Continue reading

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When asked about equity in the arts last year in an interview on Barry’s Blog, Anthony Radich, Executive Director of the Western States Arts Federation, said: “I am concerned that the values of diversity and equity our field have stood … Continue reading

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