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In Print: Big Art Group and Nature Theater of Oklahoma

The latest issue of the Yale Theater Journal features texts from two of the country's most dynamic theater groups, Big Art Group and Nature Theater of Oklahoma.  Included is Big Art's SOS, and Nature Theater's Romeo and Juliet.  This issue ...more

artists   Jun 3, 2010 • Views:4582 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

Arts Presenters Programs Support Vision

  The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) is the national service and advocacy organization dedicated to developing and supporting a robust performing arts presenting field and the professionals who work within it. Vision...more

diversity   artists   advocacy   Sep 15, 2010 • Views:13001 • Comments: 0


 
 

StoryCorps & Do It Yourself Interviews

StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of their lives. Members of StoryCorp travel across the country in their mobile interviewing booth and invit...more

artists   education   Aug 10, 2010 • Views:3508 • Comments: 0


 

Journal of Aesthetics & Protest: Democracy is a good idea

Democracy is a good idea On politics, art and activism, idealism and pragmatism By Morten Goll & Jesper Goll November 2003 Volume 1, Issue 2 Pragma’tik –ken [pray-] (From Greek Pragmati’kos skilled, experienced, ...more

artists   Sep 16, 2010 • Views:2362 • 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:30430 • Comments: 0


 

Is the Word "Minority" Outdated?

"As people of color become a majority, is it time for journalists to stop using the term ‘minorities’?" by Phuong Ly by Phuong Ly Poynter. Aug. 4, 2011 "Is it time to stop using the term 'minorities'? "Th...more

diversity   Aug 5, 2011 • Views:3442 • Comments: 0


 
 

Social Media & Capitalist Art

Michael Kaiser's recent article on the Huffington Post, The Death of Criticism, or Everyone is a Critic, refers to the rise of distributed reviews and the demise of "serious art criticism" in newspapers as "a scary trend. "Man...more

technology   artists   Nov 16, 2011 • Views:4612 • Comments: 1


 

On the Link Between Journalism and Advocacy

What is advocacy journalism? What is its role within journalism and in society, and how might arts advocates work with journalists to advance arts advocacy issues?   The Free Dictionary defines advocacy journalism as “journalism in w...more

advocacy   Nov 17, 2011 • Views:2437 • Comments: 0


 
 

This American Life: Mr. Daisey And The Apple Factory

Mike Daisey was a self-described "worshipper in the cult of Mac." Then he saw some photos from a new iPhone, taken by workers at the factory where it was made. Mike wondered: Who makes all my crap? He traveled to China to find out. Don't...more

artists   technology   Jan 24, 2012 • Views:5489 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

Theater Lab & Social Service Organization Partner

 "D.C. area homeless women to tell ‘Life Stories’ in Kennedy Center performance" The Washington Post by Katherine Boyle April 29, 2012 "Can art save a life? I think we’re finding that it can save lives...more

diversity   advocacy   artists   education   May 1, 2012 • Views:7773 • Comments: 0