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Supply is Not Going to Decrease (So It’s Time to Think About Curating)

(Cross-posted from the NEA’s Art Works blog. The version that appears there was edited for length; this is the original.)
I’ve been waiting for a while to respond to the controversy that erupted after Rocco Landesman’s comments on supply and demand in the arts at Arena Stage in January. (A good round-up of the situation by [...]

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Supply and Demand (the economic force that dare not speak its name)

So Rocco really stepped in it. The NEA Chairman is under siege because he dared to suggest that perhaps there’s an oversupply of arts organizations relative to the (well-documented) dwindling demand. He’s not the first to bring this up, but it surprised a lot of folks that he used his bully pulpit to express an [...]

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