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Zaccharin Thibodeau Goes Down

Zaccharin Thibodeau arrested and indicted on multiple counts of felony theft and fraud.

► Puppet President Prods Perplexed APAP

Donald J. Tramp proved true to form.

56 State Arts Agencies Face the Death of the NEA

Is our arts advocacy strategy good enough?

#ArtfulResistance: Crowdsourcing a Trump-Era Arts Platform

Because the response of our arts advocacy establishment has been tepid.

Trump’s Behavior, Elucidated by 10 Fictional Characters

These characters behave very badly. NOT good. SAD!

►Performing Arts and Politics: Trying to See the Future

Could the National Endowment for the Arts be defunded -- and affect performing arts?

New Arts Facility? Why Sometimes We Just Say No

It's hard to declare a new project or facility unfeasible.

Seeing Red: When Russian Art and Politics Were Revolutionary

During the Russian Revolution, avant-garde artists pioneered new art for a new society.

Can a Playwright Be a Critic? Eliza Bent Says Yes

There is such an "orthodoxy" as to who can and who cannot be a critic.

The Arts Now Have a New Purpose

The world is now rich in context for our work.

In Trump Times, Arts Volunteers Find a Brave New World

If we want arts to save our world, it will have to happen with much less government.

Calling Out Arts Organizations: This is Our Fault

We, the arts arm of the nonprofit industrial complex, let this happen.

Je Suis America

I concluded that art was a birthright, creativity a human right. Until President Trump.

What Australia Teaches Us About Effective Cultural Policy

We need a proactive national conversation about the role of culture in society.

For Arts Nonprofits, What’s the Value of a Volunteer?

We need a new approach to volunteering in the arts based on the exchange of value.

An Arts Approach to Tonight’s Debate

We can join the political dance. Here are 10 activities to do just that.

Arts Marketing: Facebook Killed the Video Star

Social media is changing the rules. We have no choice but to play along.

A Letter to Well-Meaning White People

Save a life: have an awkward conversation.

The President of the United Arts of America

The choice: not as clear as you think.

Are We Prepared to Diversify Our Boards?

Time to embrace the complexity and discomfort in the issue.