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National Arts Advocacy Day: What You Can Do

Americans for the Arts has declared today the 23rd Annual National Arts Advocacy Day.  More than 500 arts, education, entertainment, and policy leaders have gathered at The National Arts Action Summit in Washington to develop strong public policies and support … Continue reading

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Into the Twittersphere

I joined Twitter, much to my own surprise.  In addition to loathing the idea of logging into another system everyday (after work email, personal email, work databases, Facebook, and this blog) and learning the Twitter lingo, I simply didn’t want … Continue reading

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Culture’s (Mis)Use of Technology

Below is an excerpt from an excellent post by Seth Godin on the way Culture uses technology, and the challenge of getting “the good guys”, as opposed to the spammers, excited and eager to use new technology. Our Culture (high and popular) … Continue reading

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DTW’s Community Choreography Project

This past May, Dance Theater Workshop started its Community Choreography project by using the power of Twitter, YouTube, and blogging to create collaborative movement videos.  Here’s how it works:  DTW’s Twitter page sends a tweet to its followers asking for … Continue reading

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