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I’m an Artist: Is Home Sweet Home Just a Dream For...

As working artists, the first of each month is never easy -- we need to save nearly 60% of our income to pay our rent and bills.

5 Ways the Arts Show Us How to Hold Political Grudges

Holding political grudges against those a-holes in DC is your duty.

New Arts Facility? Why Sometimes We Just Say No

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

I Made It as an Actor. I Couldn’t Make the Rent.

Together, we can make the rental affordability crisis a priority for America.

The Year Ahead for Arts Advocacy

The League of Independent Theater has big plans for 2015.

Message to Cultural Groups: Rent, Don’t Buy!

Moving past the paradox of cultural ownership.

HUD Releases Study of Housing Bias against Same-sex Couples

Finds less-favorable treatment in metropolitan online rental markets.

On Building a Theater

The physical, personal and social processes that make a theater a theater.

The Future of an Illusion 2012

Dr. Freud would have something to say about Americans' faith in financial markets.

Performing Arts & Arts Policy Town Hall Set for March 21

All these orgs support a proposal for a property tax abatement for NYC nonprofit performing arts.

Look at That New Theater at the South Street Seaport!

A new theater at the South Street Seaport.

Ohio Theatre Resurrected

The subsidized lease is for 10 years.

LINC, Ford Foundation Unveil $1M in ‘Space for Change’ Grants

Chosen from nearly 700 applicants from 49 states as well as DC.

ART/NY, LIT, ITF Team on Tax-Break Plan for Pro-Arts Landlords

An agreement to support the preparation, conduct and analysis of a demographic study.

Six Arts Groups Win Innovative Space Awards

Acknowledging best practices in the field of artist space development.

Amid Tears and Partiers, the Ohio Theatre Closes

All shuttered theaters should receive such a sendoff.

Update on Ralph Lewis’ Fight Against Eviction, For a Landmark

If every building on the Bowery looks like the New Museum, what do we need the New Museum for?

Discussing “A Discussion About Art Spaces and Communities”

The dialogue was invigorating -- for what was omitted as much as for what was said.

NYC Theater Artist Faces Stark Choice: Eviction or Landmarking

Will you join me in making sure Ralph Lewis has a home?

Manhattan CBs Unanimously Endorse Tax Break Plan for Pro-Arts NYC Landlords

Congrats! But again, Off-Off-Broadway needs to develop multiple carrots -- and multiple sticks.