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Stipulating that public funding for arts in the United States is inadequate and unstable, the author reviews a series of alternatives to annual Congressional appropriations. Referencing precedents in Canada and Europe, they propose a new system of funding that would rely on a user fee levied on...
Artists are the first ones to react to their environment and to articulate a protest. Recent Romanian contemporary art questions the way communism is remembered or forgotten and the manner in which the postcommunist society was organized. This study uses the approach of politics and the arts to...
The 2008 recession was accompanied by a wave of technological, social, and other changes. In its wake, arts advocates find themselves on a changed battlefield, where individuals have an increasing ability to organize and leverage community networks to effect policy change. This new context...
This article explores how individuals with disabilities are influenced by stigma when deciding whether or not to patronize arts organizations. Survey research methodology was used to conduct the study in New Jersey. Twenty-eight arts organizations in New Jersey responded to the first survey, and...
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