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Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
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Please tell us about your art.
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What do you think is the biggest challenge facing artists today?
I would guess that a good half of all the stories I see about the arts these days have something to do with changing tastes and winning the attention of an ever-more-saturated audience. So many arts organizations and artists seem to be turning themselves inside out (some happily, others not) to figure out how to appeal to overloaded people who seem to be expecting more than they’re getting.
Along with that, the current state of the arts in this country is a microcosm of the state of the nation. Large, mainstream arts institutions, founded to serve the public good and assigned a non-profit status to do so, have come to resemble exclusive country clubs. Meanwhile, outside their walls, a dynamic new generation of artists, and the diverse communities where they live and work, are being systematically denied access to resources and cultural legitimation.
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