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John McCann: Arts-Service Groups Should Think About the Arts, Not Themselves

An essay on this topic -- "Why do we have so many free-standing, poorly funded national 501c3 service organizations in the arts field?" -- is poised to provoke debate.

PA’s Terrible Ticket Tax: Does the Psychology of Economic Exceptionalism Hurt...

Of course Pennsylvania arts advocates are furious: they're being singled out, even punished, while Joe Six-Pack can watch a terrible movie without paying a surcharge on his ticket.

Arts Advocacy Update CIII: “Cuts and Bruises” Edition

A distillation of the Sept. 23 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update CII: “Cash for Your Trash” Edition

A distillation of the Sept. 16 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update CI: Quilting, Guilting and Tilting at Windmills?

A distillation of the Sept. 9 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update C: Norway, Your Way and the Doorway

A distillation of the Sept. 2 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Alliance for the Arts to Fete Founder, Foundation and Friend, Mon.,...

Recipients of the 2009 Alliance for the Arts Prize are unveiled.

Arts Advocacy Update XCIX: Fire, Fired Up and Fired Down

A distillation of the Aug. 26 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

More Cuts to the Arts Likely From Albany, Says NYS Arts

According to an advocacy group, New York State arts appropriations are destined for the chopping block -- those dreaded "midyear cuts."

Arts Advocacy Update XCVIII: Tech Talk and Tick Tock

A distillation of the Aug. 19 Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update XCVII: Slicing and Dicing

A distillation of the Aug. 12 edition of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update XCVI: The Creation of the Arts and Other...

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Are There Too Many Arts-Related Studies? And What If There Are?

How are the arts debased or devalued by studies noticably skewed toward a particular viewpoint?

Arts Advocacy Update XCV: Reclamation, Recidivism and Recovery

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update XCIV: See It, Believe It

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Forbes Tells Endowment-Stricken Arts Groups: “It’s All Your Fault”

You can say that paying $45 million for a Duccio painting is pointless if one million people need cataract operations and can't see it, but isn't that apples and oranges?

Michael Kaiser Explains “Why the Arts Don’t Pay for Themselves.” What...

What is it in our arts administration training programs that leaves our leaders able to write grant proposals and learn how to do the "ask" but cannot think entrepreneurially?

Arts Advocacy Update XCIII: Hedging Havana

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update XCII: Keeping Bizzy

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.

Arts Advocacy Update XCI: What’s Opera, Doc?

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly electronic communique from Americans for the Arts. A fixture of The Clyde Fitch Report.
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