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Asian American Actors in the Bay Area

This article offers a historic look at the challenges and opportunities Asian American artists have faced in the Bay Area. It covers Cabaret and Chop Suey; Art as Politics;  The New Millennium; and The New Generation. "Opening the Golden...more

diversity   artists   May 22, 2010 • Views:9245 • Comments: 0


 

Contemporary Performance's Online Video Festival

The Contemporary Performance blog continues to develop as an excellent resource for those interested in the international contemporary performance scene. Last week they concluded their two week "Online Video Festival" where they curated som...more

artists   Jul 6, 2010 • Views:4483 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

OPERA America Acknowledges Diversity

  In 2006 the National MultiCultural Institute awarded OPERA America a Leading Lights Diversity Award for Diverse Voices, OPERA America's 2005 annual conference, which provided a forum for a national dialogue for the opera community to pr...more

diversity   education   artists   Oct 31, 2010 • Views:17160 • Comments: 0


 
 

Orchestras and "Liveness" On the Big Screen

The New York Times ran an article yesterday looking at the nascent but growing practice of high-definintion live broadcasts of symphony orchestra concerts and opera performances. The article talks about how the conversion of movie theaters to digital...more

artists   technology   Nov 9, 2010 • Views:3666 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

Culture is Focus of TCG's American Theatre Magazine

Among Theatre Communications Group's mission is to leverage the stories of the field to build greater public awareness of and appreciation for live theatre in America. The organization’s vision ranges from being the leader and innovator in ass...more

diversity   artists   advocacy   Nov 22, 2010 • Views:34530 • Comments: 0


 

How to Shift Some Votes to Support Public Broadcasting

Much is being written about the fate and value of funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds National Public Radio and PBS. This article by Patrick Goldstein and James Rainey of The Los Angeles Times contains a strateg...more

advocacy   Mar 14, 2011 • Views:4425 • Comments: 1


 
 

Regrets of a Former Funder

Regrets of a Former Arts Funder by John R. Killacky Blue Avocado; June 23, 2011 "As Program Officer for Arts and Culture at the San Francisco Foundation, I and philanthropic colleagues often bemoaned how fragile many culturally specifi...more

diversity   artists   Jul 13, 2011 • Views:9462 • Comments: 0


 
 

Past as Prologue: Dreams of An Ideal Theatre

"We make one world from the stories of many different worlds. Multiculturalism, or whatever you call it, didn’t begin in the 1980s, though we sometimes behave as if it did. Hull-House reminds us that ethnic, racial and cultural diversity i...more

diversity   artists   Oct 8, 2011 • Views:9999 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

TCG's American Theatre Magazine Focuses on Diversity

In the midst of a year-long 50th anniversary celebration, Theatre Communications Group is celebrating four core values that they have identified as important to both the work of TCG and the theatre field: artistry, diversity, global citizenship and a...more

diversity   artists   education   advocacy   Oct 16, 2011 • Views:19210 • Comments: 0


 
 

Black Female Writers Find Broadway Success

"Their Own Stories" by Peter Marks The Washington Post; October 20, 2011 "This season, for apparently the first time, the American theater’s most visible platform will host as many as four distinct works written or adapt...more

diversity   artists   Oct 21, 2011 • Views:5983 • Comments: 0