Many cities claim they plan to renew themselves through the arts, but solving urban problems requires more than a few artists-in-residence.
A new Robert Redford-produced film, “Watershed,” highlights water conservation—but does it go far enough?
The argument that the arts are an economic engine (true or false) is unpersuasive.
America must invest in art and imaginative capacity.
It would be a great thing for an era of Abstract Philanthropy to open our eyes to understanding the very essence of the philanthropic act.
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The nonprofit arts industry is vital to our quality of life and prospects for economic growth.