Notes from the Field

I do hope that the arts will have a bigger seat at the table in the new administration, but there is a lot more work ahead to get there. The arts community has to come together more strategically to have an impact. I fear we are still in our “silo” stages. What can we do to change that?

https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/things-are-going-to-change

I really love the ideas expressed in this insightful interview with Oskar Eustis

http://bway.ly/ya9i9m#https://newyorktheater.me/2020/11/14/we-have-to-prove-theater-is-a-necessity-oskar-eustis-q-a/

It turns out that most Americans value the arts, we need to act on that.

How Do Americans Feel About the Arts? A New Survey Offers Insights

We need a revolution.

You Say You Want a Revolution

A powerful message from Darren Walker at the Ford Foundation

https://www.fordfoundation.org/ideas/equals-change-blog/posts/the-imperative-of-moral-leadership/

Some ideas for the path forward. We can’t go back.

https://www.americansforthearts.org/news-room/arts-mobilization-center/creative-workers-to-work

Some of the best voices of the American theatre today, the future looks bright.

https://variety.com/2020/legit/podcasts/broadway-katori-hall-jeremy-o-harris-matthew-lopez-1234786216/

The Ford Foundation continues to lead when it comes to making sure the arts remain a vital part of our lives.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/theater_dance/ford-foundation-160-million-grant-to-minority-arts-groups/2020/09/23/68093dfe-fd9f-11ea-b555-4d71a9254f4b_story.html